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2016 Holidays in Mexico – By the Month

Vacationing in Mexico can be a wonderful experience. If you truly want to make the most of your time and experience Mexican traditions first hand, then maybe you should plan your visit to coincide with one of Mexico's holidays. See below for a month-by-month listing of the 2016 holidays in Mexico.

Because we also want to help you with your Spanish language learning, the translations have also been provided for each of the months listed in Spanish.

Mexican holidays in January (Enero)

January 1: New Year's Day

Mexican holidays in February (Febraro)

February 1: Constitution Day

Mexican holidays in March (Marzo)

March 21: Benito Juárez's Birthday
March 24: Maundy Thursday
March 25: Good Friday

Mexican holidays in April (Abril)


Mexican holidays in May (Mayo)

May 1: Labour Day
May 5: Cinco de Mayo
May 10: Mother's Day

Mexican holidays in June (Junio)

June 19: Father's Day

Mexican holidays in July (Julio)


Mexican holidays in August (Agosto)


Mexican holidays in September (Septiembre)

September 16: Independence Day

Mexican holidays in October (Octubre)

October 12: Day of the Races

Mexican holidays in November (Noviembre)

November 2: Day of the Dead
November 21: Revolution Day

Mexican holidays in December (Diciembre)

December 12: Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe - (Want to know the story of the Virgin of Guadalupe? There's an excellent book on Amazon you should check out!)
December 25: Christmas Day
December 26: Christmas Holiday

*Please note that not all holidays are celebrated in all regions in Mexico.

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The Fine Print

I don't speak Spanish myself, so there could be mistakes in the translations. Most of what is here is user-submitted, but I do try to check for accuracy and make corrections as I can. Thanks for your understanding.

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