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Everything in Mexico has an extra shot of life, whether it’s the bustling streets, the music, the spicy food, or the tequila!
And, if you book cheap flights to Mexico with Globehunters, you can have a once in a lifetime experience in this colourful, vibrant country, whether you want to relax on the sandy beaches or head off in search of adventure!
The different regions and cities of Mexico all have their own unique features and charm, so there’s something for all visitors.
The beach resorts along the Gulf of Mexico, such as Cancún, are home to some of the best beaches in the world and have great nightlife; perfect if you want to just kick back and relax.
If you’d rather see some of the country’s impressive architecture, head to the many ancient ruins, such as Teotihuacán and the famed ruins of Chichén Itzá.
The capital, Mexico City, has a busy pace of life but is home to some great museums, as well as upscale shops and restaurants.
Or perhaps head to Guadalajara, known for its mariachi music and tequila, and Oaxaca, surrounded by the mountains of the Sierra Madre, for a unique taste of Mexico.
Whatever type of holiday you’re after, you’ll find it in Mexico, so be sure to check out our cheap flights to Mexico here at Globehunters.
If you’re heading to Mexico, here are five important things that you should know before you leave…Time Difference: UTC -6 to -8 hoursCurrency: Peso ($)Native Language: Spanish and indigenous languagesWeather: The average temperature ranges in Mexico from 82°F during the hottest month (June) and 73°F during the coldest (January) in the coastal regions, to colder climates in the south of 79°F and 45°F in summer and winter respectively. Sales Tax: 16%
Here’s everything you’ll need to know about flying to Mexico from the MX, including flight times and entry requirements.
Flying to Mexico from the MX will depend a lot on where exactly you’re flying to or from. For example, flights to the capital, Mexico City will take around four to six hours, but flights to Guadalajara can take as little as three hours from certain parts of the country.
If travelling from the United States, you don’t need a visa and will be able to stay for up to six months with a valid passport.
However, you will need to fill out a Mexico Visitor’s Permit (FMM), which is a simple form usually passed out on your flight before you land, or can be acquired at the airport. This will usually be valid for 180 days.
There’s also a $22 fee to all tourist and business travellers to Mexico, although this is usually covered in your airline fee.
For detailed entry requirements, we recommend checking the MX Department of State website.
The following airlines offer direct flights from the MX to Mexico:
- Aeroméxico Connect
- Alaska Airlines
- American Airlines
- American Eagle
- Delta Air Lines
- Delta Connection
- Frontier Airlines
- JetBlue Airways
- Southwest Airlines
- Spirit Airlines
- Sun Country Airlines
- United Airlines
- United Express
- Viva Aerobus
- Virgin America
When visiting Mexico there’s a lot to see and do, but here are ten of our favourite sights and attractions:
- Xcaret Park
- Xel-Ha Park
- National Museum of Anthropology
- Palacio de Bellas Artes
- Pyramid of the Sun
- Frida Kahlo Museum
So, if you’re looking to find cheap flights to Mexico, be sure to compare fares with us here at Globehunters.
Get in touch with one of our experienced and friendly travel consultants, who will more than happy to assist you in booking your flights, hotel and car hire too.
We also have great deals on business class and first class flights to Mexico!