Latin America

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Puerto Rico

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¿QuéTe Gusta Hacer?

Latin American Pastimes

Los Festivales

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Mexico y Centroamerica

Mexico is a large country located in Central America. It's large capital is Mexico City, it has a large population. Popular hobbies and sports are that they like to play soccer, soccer is the most popular sport in Mexico. They also like boxing, baseball, basketball, bullfighting, motocross, and surfing. Cuisines there are street foods like, tacos, quesadillas, Pambazos, tamales, barbacoa, and carnitas.

El Restaurante

Red Cabbabge Cafe

All their food is made from scratch. Their food is delivered out on a plater. When you first walk in it's amazing their are pictures and pantings all over the walls. The pictures include things about all of Mexicos history and traditions.

La Playa


One of the best beach experiences in all of Mexico can be found near the Tulum ruins. Come in the early morning or later in the evening to enjoy the sands beneath El Castillo – the old Mayan temple – without interruption.

El Parque

Bosque De Chapultepec

With more than 1,600 acres, this is the largest park in Latin America, and is divided into three sections: the first one is culture-oriented (with five museums and the zoo), and the second one, recreational (with three restaurants, four more museums and an amusement park); while the third one consists mostly of lawns and trees.

El Cine

Cinepolis Theater

Cinépolis USA is a leading world-class cinema exhibitor that offers guests enhanced movie-going experiences through its “Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas” and “Cinépolis” theater concepts. Our Mission is to create an upscale, family-oriented environment and to indulge our guests in an intimate, comfortable, and friendly atmosphere. By innovating, we have become entertainment leaders, forever revolutionizing the movie-going experience. Cinépolis USA makes every movie memorable by providing an elevated level of the movie going experience. Our traditional, premium and ‘Luxury Cinema’ concepts have changed the way movie-goers will watch movies forever. Sit back. Relax. Escape

La Plaza

The Zocalo

The Zocalo is the ideal spot to begin your sightseeing in Mexico City. Once the main center of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, this is the beating heart of Mexico's capital. Within a few meters you will discover pre-Hispanic ruins and majestic colonial buildings. In the surrounding streets you will encounter a cross section of Mexico City's population: business executives, workers, and fashionistas, as well as vendors, buskers and Aztec dancers. Tourists and locals alike wander these streets where Mexico's past and present intersect.

El Museo

Palacio de Bellas Artes

The Palace hosts exhibitions and theatrical performances and is the main venue of the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. Beyond theater, the Palace also promotes visual arts, dance, music, and architecture.

El Rio

Rio Bravo

The two longest rivers in Mexico, the Rio Bravo (Rio Grande north of the border) and Colorado, start in the US state of Colorado (see map). The Río Bravo is about 3000 km (1900 mi) long and forms the border between Mexico and the USA for about 2000 km (1250 mi)

El Gimnasio

Romanza Gym

Is a nice boxing gym that companies the best boxers in mexico city. Romanza is a big gym with good trainers weights and is not very expencive.

El Lago

Lake Texcoco

Lake Texcoco was a natural lake within the Valley of Mexico. The Aztecs built the city of Tenochtitlan on an island in the lake. The Spaniards built Mexico City over Tenochtitlan

El Estadio

Estadium Azteca

Estadio Azteca was built in the 1960s to accommodate the growing support of Club América and to provide Mexico with a flagship venue for the upcoming 1970 World Cup.

Estadio Azteca got designed by architect Pedro Ramírez Vázquez after a careful study of the most famous European stadiums of that time. Construction of the stadium, which took a total of 4 years, was not easy due to the hard volcanic rock the land consisted of.

La Escuela

Universidad de las americas puebla

Universidad de las Américas Puebla (commonly known as UDLAP, English: University of the Americas), is a Mexican private university located in San Andrés Cholula, near Puebla. The university is known for its programs in Arts and Humanities, Social sciences, Science and Engineering, and Business and Economics. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious universities in Latin America, having been ranked the best private and single-campus university in Puebla by the newspaper El Universal,[1] as well as being one of the only seven universities in Latin America accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The UDLAP has also been very successful in Mexican collegiate sports; their teams are the Aztecas.

pico de orizaba

The Pico de Orizaba sometimes knowns as Citlaltépetl (from Nahuatl citlal(in) = star, and tepētl = mountain), is a stratovolcano, the highest mountain in Mexico and the third highest in North America, after Denali (formerly known as Mount McKinley) of theUnited States and Mount Logan of Canada. It rises 5,636 metres (18,491 ft) above sea level in the eastern end of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, on the border between the states of Veracruz and Puebla. The volcano is currently dormant but notextinct, with the last eruption taking place during the 19th century. It is the second most prominent volcanic peak in the world after Africa's Mount Kilimanjaro.

La piscina

grand palanium

Located in Xetna, Grand Palladium Riviera Resort & Spa All Inclusive is within a 10-minute drive of Xpu-ha Beach and Puerto Aventuras Golf Club. This 324-room, 4-star resort has 9 outdoor pools along with a private beach and a full-service spa. It's also near Yal-ku Lagoon and Taj Mahal Cenote.

La plaza

Mexico city metropolitan cathedral

The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven (Spanish: Catedral Metropolitana de la Asunción de la Santísima Virgen María a los cielos) is the largest cathedral in the Americas,[2] and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico.[3] It is situated atop the former Aztec sacred precinct near the Templo Mayor on the northern side of the Plaza de la Constitución in Downtown Mexico City. The cathedral was built in sections from 1573 to 1813 around the original church that was constructed soon after the Spanish conquest of Tenochtitlan, eventually replacing it entirely. Spanish architect Claudio de Arciniega planned the construction, drawing inspiration from Gothic cathedrals in Spain.[4]

La casa

Rancho Majahua

Rancho Majahua, located in Riviera de Oro, Manzanillo, in the state of Colima, Mexico. The spirit of this land is to become a new model of sustainable tourism and luxury living along the Southern Mexican Pacific Coast.

This Magnificent 1,120 hectares site (equivalent 2,768 acres) owns 10 miles of bays, cliffs, inlets and coastline. The property has an ecological conservation reservoir of 860 hectares, allowing the possibility to develop an area of 260 hectares. The land development site occupancy (COS) construction ratio of 10% of the total surface.

This is a self-contained, gated, secure and private piece of land to develop a private community all set in a wilderness sweeping from a broad area of land to a picture postcard coastline.

The surrounding beaches and ocean are blessed with perfect temperatures (23-30°C) with minimum humidity due to light breeze. Perfect for all water sports boasting over 20 km. of golden beaches with calm waves, any sunbather´s delight.