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Mexico Country Guide - Information
A postcard perfect Mexico vacation includes tourists in light, comfortable clothing, driving a great deal Mexico car rental to search for the most authentic tequila after catching the most exotic sunset in one of the world’s sexiest beaches. The country seems to have been made for tourism purposes - tropical weather, appetizing cuisine, turquoise seas, rich marine life, magnificent palaces, archaeological treasures and hospitable people.
One of the best times to fly to Mexico is the first week of May, in time for its Cinco de Mayo (5th of May) celebration. The Cinco de Mayo is the biggest and most colorful festival and is visited by plenty of tourists from around the world. If you wish to join the festivities, make it a point to hire a great deal rent a car ahead of time before car hire companies run out of cars.
Places to See
Let your Mexico car rental take you to possibly the most iconic site of Mexico, the Pale nque, a Maya Palace that is 1,300 years old. It is situated in an emerald jungle, where parrots and monkeys add to its otherworldly feel. If you are a beach person, step on the gas of your Mexico rent a car, take out your map and cross out all the beaches that catch your fancy: Ixtapa. Puerto Vallarta, Cozumel, Yucatan, Acapulco and the famous Cancun. Nobody gets out of Mexico without feasting on their delectable food offerings like guacamole, tacos and enchiladas. Take your car hire to a Guadalajara bar, have some tequila and learn the jarabe tapatio dance with the sexy locals. Also visit tourist hot spot Chihuahua, Playa Del Carmen & Villa Hermosa.
Going around Mexico
You need pertinent identification documents, such as passport and driver’s license, for you to enter the country of Mexico whether by air, water or land. If you are from America and wish to drive your U.S. vehicle across the border, you are required to secure a temporary vehicle import permit. But, you are in one of the most happening countries in the world, so why would you hassle yourself? If you have a valid driver’s license from your country, you may rent a car hire in Mexico. A reliable road map will let you maneuver your Mexico car rental from one place to another; just make sure that you acquaint yourself with traffic laws and road signs.
From the Airport
The Mexico City Airport, or Benito Juarez Airport, connects the key city to other Mexican cities and countries. To get outside the airport, you may ride a bus at the airport’s bus terminal, which shuttles tourists to towns such as Pachuca, Toluca and Cuernavaca. If you booked a Mexico car rent, you may also pick up your rent a car at the airport. More than ten car rental agencies hold office at the Mexico City Airport. It is a 13-km drive from the airport to the city center.
If you’re filled with an adventurous spirit, why don’t you take your rent a car (check with the car rental agent for permits) for a cruise and marvel at the beauty of Guatemala’s volcanic ranges. Guatemala is a perfect place for Lara Croft-wannabes, as it is rich with archeological hotspots.
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