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The piñata fair (a decoration that is filled with candy and toys and then broken, used at Latin American parties) will be held on December 2 and 3 in Mexico City, Mexico.
There will be more than 1,000 types of piñatas, a special selection of dishes and master classes. Venue: College of Mexico Roma. Ticket prices start from $3.
Currency exchange rate MXN to USD
Mexico: country’s borders status
Borders are open. Currently there are no imposed COVID-related restrictions.
National holidays in Mexico in 2023
Public holidays and festivals in Mexico in 2023. Non-working days:
- January 1, Sunday: New Year (Año Nuevo)
- February 5, Sunday: Constitution day (Día de la Constitución)
- February 6, Monday: Constitution day (Día de la Constitución)
- March 20, Monday: Benito Huarez Day (Día de Benito Huarez)
- April 6, Thursday: Maundy Thursday (Jueves Santo)
- April 7, Friday: Great Friday (Viernes Santo)
- May 1, Monday: Labor Day (Día laboral)
- May 5, Friday: The anniversary of the battle of Pueblo (El aniversario de la batalla de Pueblo)
- September 16, Saturday: Independence Day (Día de la Independencia)
- October 12, Thursday: Day of the Race (Día de la Raza)
- November 2, Thursday: The day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos)
- November 20, Monday: Day of Revolution (Día de la Revolución)
- December 12, Tuesday: Our Lady of Guadalupe (Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe)
- December 25, Monday: Christmas (Navidad)