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Destination: Mexico

Our list of articles tagged with "Mexico."

June 23, 2016

New Culture, Art & Food Tours of Mexico

We’re excited to announce a new series of luxury Mexico tours that are ideal for food and culture lovers, families, honeymooners and individual travelers. Our new Mexico tours include exclusive experiences such as: • In-depth art and architecture touring in Mexico City • A private tasting tour in Mexico City • Street food tour in Puebla • Chocolate tasting in Oaxaca • Visiting […]

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December 8, 2015

A Memorable Meal at Cetli in Tulum, Mexico

On a recent trip to Tulum on the Yucatan Peninsula’s Riviera Maya, we enjoyed a fabulous meal at Cetli, a casual yet refined restaurant. The bread service, which began the meal, included a nut-and-seed bread, a cheese-filled empanada and a bean-and-cheese-topped torta. Requeson (a ricotta-like cheese), queso fresco in beet sauce, a mild green salsa, […]

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November 11, 2014

Just Back: Insider Oaxaca

Artisans of Leisure travel specialist Stephanie Dosch just returned from Oaxaca, Mexico, one of our favorite destinations to experience traditional Mexican culture, history, food and crafts. Here are some of the reasons we love it: Markets Oaxaca is known for its markets, and the sprawling Central de Abastos is considered one of the best in […]

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May 15, 2012

An interview with one of our birding and travel experts

Artisans of Leisure travel specialist, Stephanie Dosch, tells us how she has been lucky to be able to combine her twin passions–birding and travel–since she was a child. Q: When and how did you become interested in birding? A: My mom has been birding forever, and she would take me along with her when I […]

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September 28, 2011

One of our favorite restaurants: El Cardenal in Mexico City

Mexico City is a great food destination, and eating well is a highlight of our private Mexico City tours. Sidewalk stalls and markets beckon with tasty snacks, and high-end restaurants offer dishes that blend traditional and modern Mexican flavors. One of our favorite restaurants for a memorable meal in Mexico City is El Cardenal, which […]

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March 3, 2010

Luis Barragan: Modern architecture in Mexico City

Luis Barragan (1902-1988) is considered one of the greatest architects of the 20th century, and his buildings in Mexico City are a must-see for aficionados of art, architecture and design. Born and raised in Guadalajara, Mexico, Barragan studied engineering in his youth, but soon gravitated toward architecture. While traveling in Europe, he was inspired by […]

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April 10, 2009

Incredible folk art, food and ruins in Oaxaca, Mexico

Oaxaca is one of our favorite cultural destinations in Mexico. It is known for its fantastic food (think mole sauces, chocolates and cheese!), impressive Zapotec and Mixtec ruins, a thriving art and gallery scene, and interesting local markets and craft villages in the valleys surrounding the city. With its quaint cobblestone streets and colorful colonial […]

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February 24, 2009

An interview with one of our art and architecture travel experts

John is one of the travel experts based in our New York City office. He’s passionate about art and architecture, and helps design our tours around the world. Q: What are your favorite travel destinations? A: I firmly believe that each destination is fascinating in its own way, and I love exploring new places and discovering […]

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