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Long before we started decorating with skeletons and ghosts for Halloween, some 2,500 years ago, the indigenous people of Mesoamerica celebrated their dead with a month- long festival. But this holiday is warm rather than spooky. In honor of the Lady of the Dead Goddess Mictecacihuatl, they held feasts for the dead. And after the...
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Mexico City continues to be the most underrated travel destinations, despite its wealth of offerings, from art and cuisine perspective. Sharing a great article by AFAR, tips how to have a great experience. Weather When it comes to weather, it’s almost always a good time to visit Mexico City. Temperatures remain fairly stable throughout the year,...
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Mexico City is home Frida Kahlo’s Museum “Casa Azul” Consider joining Dulce Vida Travel – All-Inclusive Tour to Mexico City in December Learn More!   ~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~- On July 6, 1907, Frida Kahlo was born in La Casa Azul in la Colonia de Coyoacán, located in one of Mexico City’s oldest and charming neighborhoods. Once a...
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Sharing an article published by AFAR magazine, about my Inspiration to start Dulce Vida Travel LLC   Learning culinary skills in San Miguel de Allende helped this woman embrace her Mexican heritage. Sometimes, a travel experience moves us so much that it goes beyond enjoyment or inspiration and ends up transforming our lives. These experiences...
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Mexico City is a destination greatly undermined by its public perception. There is no more visible crime here than in other metropolises around the world. Pollution is minimal, and traffic a lot better than what you would find in São Paulo or Mumbai. If you take proper precautions, you will hardly feel the change in...
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If you love to collect quality Mexican Folk Art, I am excited to share my favorite mercados  locations in Mexico City Mercado’s in Mexico City are a fun cultural experience. These are the best Mercado’s that offer quality folk art, textiles, culturally themed jewelry, and other simple treasures. San Angel Bazar Sabado Bazar Sabado is...
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When it comes to urban charms, Travel + Leisure readers just can’t get enough of Mexico. San Miguel de Allende, which topped our list for the past two years, may have been unseated this time around — it now comes in second — but it still draws gushing admiration. One reader called it “a unique art community in the...
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Where Would Frida Shop if She Visited  San Francisco Again? The San Francisco Latino Mission District Calle 24 is in the center of San Francisco’s Historic Mission District. It runs along a tree-lined street known as “El Corazón de la Misión”, or “The Heart of the Mission.” The stretch of 24th Street running from Mission...
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San Miguel de Allende MX Mexico has a wealth of colorful and historic towns to discover. Many are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites, but San Miguel de Allende MX has received the coveted award for one of the “The World’s Best Cities” from all travel magazines.  Yes, we all have our favorite Mexico beach resorts,...
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At Dulce Vida Travel we love the Mexican experience, especially the warmth and generosity of the Mexican culture. We are based in San Jose California.

We believe culture matters. As second generation Mexican-Americans, we are privileged to enjoy our culture, California lifestyle and Mexican Heritage.

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We specialize in Mexican cultural guided tours, that focus on history, art, shopping and culinary experiences, both in Mexico’s Magic Towns and the Bayarea’s thriving Latino food and art scene.

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