Mexico

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  • Formal name : United Mexican States
  • Population : 119530753
  • capital : Mexico City
  • Country code : MX
  • Language : Spanish
  • Country code (for phone) : 52
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Mexico is located south of the United States and north of Central America. Mexico is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Gulf of Mexico to the east.

Visa and immigration procedures in Mexico

Mexico has two types of immigration permit tickets. Mexico's Non-Immigrant permit ticket is for visitors to Mexico who intend to visit Mexico for a certain purpose and then leave Mexico. The "Visitante" permit ticket is intended for visitors to Mexico, usually for tourism or business, on a short-term visit to Mexcio of six months or less. For a trip to Mexico that will be longer than six months, a non-immigrant or immigrant visa ticket should be acquired. A Visitor’s Permit ticket is issued as you arrive in Mexico (by air ticket or by traveling inland by vehicle) by completing the Forma Migratoria Multiple ticket: these forms will be issued by the airlines, along with your ticket. The Visitor Permit ticket is valid for 180 days. When it expires, you need to leave Mexico. The cost of the visitor's permit ticket to Mexico is added to the cost of your airline ticket or cruise ticket.

About what can be brought into Mexico

Each visitor to Mexico is allowed to bring in personal luggage with some limits on the amount of certain items. Examples of limited items include cigarettes, alcohol, video equipment, and medicine for personal use. Firearms are only allowed in Mexico for hunting with a permission ticket from a consulate of Mexico.

Things that can not be taken out of Mexico

• Drugs • Firearms (unless cleared by Mexican authorities) • Predator fish

Things that can not be brought to Mexico

• Drugs • Firearms (unless cleared by Mexican authorities) • Predator fish

Voice of ticket users to Mexico

Our Spring Break Trip to Cancun, Mexico

We had been planning our spring break trip to Cancun, Mexico, for months. We bought our tickets with American Airlines far in advance so that we could get the lowest price and have more money to spend on partying. Our flight to Cancun, Mexico, on American Airlines was very quick and convenient. The service was quite good even though our tickets were only economy class. When we arrived in Cancun, Mexico, we bought shuttle tickets to take us right to our hotel on the beach, where we started to party right away. It was my first trip ever to Mexico, and I cannot believe how much fun it was. I am already saving for another ticket to Mexico for next year.

Visiting Mexico City's Historic Sites

I had traveled to Mexico before for the usual sun and fun ticket on the designated tourist beaches, but I had no idea that Mexico was full of historical sites. Mexico City itself was built on the site of an ancient Aztec city. My university arranged tickets for all the history students to fly in as a group on a Delta flight ticket on a Friday afternoon. We got to choose the best seats for our tickets, and we all got seats near each other with our tickets. The flight to Mexico was a lot of fun because we were all together as a group and the service was excellent because there were so few people on the plane. We saw a lot of historical sites in Mexico City and learned a lot about the history of Mexico and Central America.

Traveling to Mexico as a Senior

Mexico has put in a lot of effort to make itself an attractive place for seniors to buy airline tickets during the winter season when it is cold in North America and Europe. Many seniors are hesitant to visit Mexico because of the crime and party atmosphere, but many hotels and airlines have teamed up to provide safe and reliable tourist packages meant for seniors, including airline tickets, cruise tickets, shuttle tickets, and hotel accommodations. The seniors package that I used was excellent, including a business class ticket on a United Airlines flight with a high-quality meal and in-flight movie. I had an amazing time with my total-package ticket trip to Mexico, and I would recommend this-total package trip ticket to all my senior friends who want to visit Mexico by air ticket.

Mexico Travel Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What Are Some of the Most Famous Sites in Mexico

A. Some of the most famous sites in Mexico include the Teotihuacan Palace Complex, the ancient city of Palanque, and the pyramids of Chichen Itza.

Q. Do I Need to Get Any Shots Before Visiting Mexico?

You do not need to get any specific vaccination before traveling to Mexico on an air ticket. You can visit a doctor before you go to Mexico to see if there are any recommended preparations, but most visitors to Mexico do not bother with any.

A good thing to remember when visiting Mexico is that mosquitoes are a real risk factor in Mexico, whether it is from Zika or dengue. Check whether either disease is rampant where you will be visiting in Mexico, and take precautions against being bitten.

Lots of travelers to Mexico worry about getting diarrhea in Mexico. It is recommend that you only eat where Mexico locals eat or at food stalls that are always busy.

Q. What Is the Best Time to Buy an Airline Ticket to Mexico?

A. The busiest season for tourists in Mexico is from December through late Summer. During this period you will pay the most for airline tickets to Mexico. During the low tourist seasons, you can pay anywhere from 20% to 50% less for your airline tickets to Mexico.

Mexico - About direct flights to major airports

Airports handling direct flights to Mexico City International Airport •Los Angeles International Airport •San Diego International Airport •Frankfurt Airport •Haneda Airport etc.

Airports handling direct flights to Cancún International Airport •Ministro Pisarini International Airport •Montreal-Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport •Charles de Gaulle Airport etc.

Airports handling direct flights to Guadalajara International Airport •Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport •Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport •Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport •Houston Airport etc.

Airports handling direct flights to Monterrey International Airport •Las Vegas •Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport •Los Angeles International Airport •Miami International Airport etc.

Airports handling direct flights to Tijuana International Airport •El Alto International Airport •Narita International Airport •Shanghai Pudong International Airport etc.

About flight routes to Mexico

Air tickets to Mexico are offered by every major North American carrier, such as American Airlines, Continental, Delta, Air Canada, and United. Many airlines that offer tickets to Mexico do so to multiple destinations in Mexico. From Europe, airline tickets generally arrive only at Mexico City, though both Martinair and Iberia offer tickets directly to Cancun. The European airlines that offer tickets to Mexico City include British Airways, Air France, Iberia, KLM, Swiss Air, and Lufthansa. Both Cancun and Mexico City are well connected, offering tickets to numerous destinations further south across Latin America.