During November 1st and 2nd, Mexico celebrates one of its most important celebrations: the Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos)!
On November 1 and 2, Mexicans set up altars, dress up as skeletons, and host parties and this year won’t be the exception.
In Mexico City, the Day of the Dead is highly popular among locals and tourists, who join a series of events to celebrate this Mexican tradition with makeup, costumes, food, and music.
If you want to celebrate the Day of the Dead, here’s all the events taking place in Mexico City.
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