Celebrating Mexico's Independence through historic destinations

Celebrating Mexico's Independence through historic destinations

As Mexico's vibrant history comes to life every September during its Independence Day celebrations, there's no better time to immerse yourself in the rich heritage of this remarkable country. From bustling cityscapes to charming colonial towns, Mexico offers a plethora of historic destinations that resonate with the echoes of its past. In this travel guide, we invite you to explore some iconic locations, each playing a unique role in the tapestry of Mexico's fight for freedom. Crossing our CBX binational bridge into the Tijuana airport and traveling to these historic destinations and visit the core of what Mexico’s Independence means to its people.

Mexico City: The Heartbeat of Independence

The pulsating heart of Mexico's Independence celebrations beats strongest in its capital, Mexico City. The grand Zócalo square becomes a symphony of colors and culture as crowds gather to witness the Grito de Dolores, echoing the iconic cry that ignited the War of Independence. Museums like the National Palace and the Museo Nacional de Historia offer an opportunity to dive into Mexico's past, enhancing your appreciation for this occasion.

Guadalajara: A Fiesta of Tradition

Guadalajara, known for its mariachi music and tequila, comes alive during the Independence festivities. Plaza de Armas transforms into a carnival of Mexican folklore, while the Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres pays homage to the state's illustrious figures. Savor the vibrant atmosphere and traditional cuisine, and you'll find yourself immersed in the spirit of Mexico.

San Miguel de Allende: A Colonial Gem

In the picturesque streets of San Miguel de Allende, history gracefully intertwines with beauty. This charming town, a pivotal stop along the "Independence Route," holds a significant place in the legacy of one of the leaders of the independence movement. You can’t miss visiting the neo gothic chapel of San Miguel de Arcángel and enjoy the parades that take place in the beautiful streets of this “pueblo mágico”.

Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato: The Cradle of Freedom

No discussion of Mexico's Independence is complete without mentioning Dolores Hidalgo in Guanajuato, which is also known as “the cradle of freedom”. The iconic parish church, where Father Hidalgo rang the bell to rally his followers, serves as a powerful reminder of this historic moment.

To embark on this historical journey, start at the very beginning with CBX. Our binational bridge connects you to the Tijuana airport seamlessly, making your travel experience hassle-free and convenient. As you cross the CBX bridge, you'll also be crossing into a world where borders are not barriers but gateways to unforgettable adventures.

Mexico's rich heritage is waiting to be explored, and there's no better time to start than during the Independence Day celebrations. Book your flight through CBX and embark on a voyage that will not only take you to these iconic destinations but also back in time to relive the moments that shaped Mexico's destiny. Viva México!