Most people think of Tecate and tequila when they think of Mexico — certainly not wine. But the Valle de Guadalupe, just 90 miles south of San Diego in northern Baja, is a rustic wine destination that’s already being called the Napa of Mexico. We say it’s even better. The region is one of the fastest-growing wine destinations in the world, with some 150 wineries, yet it remains unfussy and relaxed — and every single winery offers a distinct experience. Sip a bright rosé at Vena Cava, a winery constructed from upcycled materials like 1960s fishing boats; sample nebbiolos at Montefiori, a winery...

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Oaxaca City Art of Remberance Vacation     Celebrating Dia De Los Muertos October 30- November 4 2018 BOOK NOW   Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is the most time-honored holiday of Oaxaca. An example of the harmonious relationship between Christianity and the Pre-Hispanic traditions found in...

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  Crafty Chica Holiday retreat December 4-9 2018 SOLD OUT! JOIN THE WAITING LIST  SEND NOTE TO INFO@DULCEVIDATRAVEL.COM We are excited to offer an exclusive Mexican Holiday Artisian Retreat, a week filled with hands on art workshops, hosted by famed artist Crafty Chica, Kathy Cano-Murillo, and San Miguel de Allende...

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We are excited to offer an exclusive Culinary Vacation, a week filled with traditional and modern Mexican flavors. Each guest will be treated to a daily culinary experience, tastings that range from traditional dishes, such as “Chiles en Nogados” to flavors created by modern chefs, such as Enrique Olvera, owner...

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There’s no hotter art scene right now than in Guadalajara, which has impressive museums and jaw-dropping murals. The creative crowd has been flocking to the new design-centric Casa Fayette hotel, but you’ll also spot them at the Traversia Cuatro gallery and Julia Y Renata, a fashion boutique run by two sisters.

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Few people know travel quite like Padma Lakshmi, the entrepreneur, model, author, and Top Chef host. After all, she’s on the road several times a month. That’s why it’s no surprise Lakshmi loves San Miguel de Allende, the vibrant Mexican town that was named the No. 1 city on the planet in this...

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Amiga’s familiar with the Catholic faith, will have a chance to admire, La Basilica de Guadalupe, as it is the most important church in all of Mexico. This is the second most visited religious church in the world, preceded only by the basilica of St. Peter in Rome. La Basilica...

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The Manhattan of Latin America These neighborhoods or “colonias” are described by tourist as  "Manhattan of Latin America" as they have the most nightclubs and bars within the city; you could spend weeks there and before you exhaust the party potential. Though the older, more traditional bars are mostly for...

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The Aztecs named Teotihuacan, when discovering this city that was already in ruins by then means, "where the man meets to the gods" as it gave them the impression that in this place the gods were born. Teotihuacan was one of the most important cities in Mesoamerica for its time,...

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