Top 3 Reasons to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Check Out The Top 3 Reasons to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo & Join The Fiesta

Even though 5 de Mayo celebrates one of the major battles of Mexico’s early independence, it has become about celebrating Mexican-American heritage and the Mexican way of living more than anything else. We have compiled the Top 3 Reasons to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo.

Top 3 Reasons To Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
Colorful Mexican sombreros on the wall

  • Mexican- American Heritage

    Top 3 Reasons To Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
    San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – December 27, 2014: Parroquia Archangel church Jardin Town Square Rafael Church San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Parroguia created in 1600s.

Cinco de Mayo is celebrated by millions of people in the US and Puebla, Mexico, where the battle took place. This special date commemorates a Mexican victory over the French. Mexicans helped keep the French army out of the civil war.  The French were trying to favor the confederation and create a combined slave-owning territory from Florida all the way down to Mexico City.  No wonder Americans love this day!

  •  Tortillas Chips, Guacamole and Frozen Margaritas
Top 3 Reasons To Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
Delicious Mexican Food

Overindulge on tortilla chips and guacamole. Sip on frozen margaritas and munch on those delicious churros. With thousands of Mexican bars and restaurants offering good deals and discounts, there is no way you’ll go hungry on this date.  And don’t forget to wear your best sombrero.

States like California, Texas and New Mexico have the majority of the Mexican population in America, and they know how to throw a good fiesta in the most Mexican way.  Cities like Los Angeles and San Antonio are known for their parades, mariachi concerts, dancing, delicious street food and so much more! Care to join the party?

  • Good Excuse to Travel
Top 3 Reasons To Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
Coast of Cozumel island, Mexico

Many tour operators will have great deals for you.  Mexico has a rich history, boasting 31 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Each year, it receives more than 22 million visitors to its lovely beaches and tropical forests. Visit amazing locales like bustling Mexico City, Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and more.

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