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Holidays in Acapulco

The idyllic natural setting to hold the coast in southern Mexico makes the festivities in Acapulco a great tourist activities. Within this context wonderful, any celebration becomes more interesting. However, the national and international significance that hold some of these meetings is not up to the city that hosts it.

Holidays in Acapulco

The idyllic natural setting to hold the coast in southern Mexico makes the festivities in Acapulco a great tourist activities. Within this context wonderful, any celebration becomes more interesting. However, the national and international significance that hold some of these meetings is not up to the city that hosts it.

The carnival in February is one of the busiest holiday in Acapulco. During the period in which the event takes place, the streets of the city are being overwhelmed by residents and tourists to celebrate each year with all the people, although he was born as a regional celebration, typical of the inhabitants, with the passage of time was gaining a large membership of foreigners who were on holiday in the region.

Another holiday in Acapulco which has a large share of tourists are the celebrations at Saint Joseph. Organized annually every March 19th, a large crowd to gather to worship this saint. As part of the celebration are performed folk dances, musical concerts, cockfights, and other interesting shows. In addition, the agenda includes a wide procesióny an important fair.

By the end of the year, the fair takes place livestock and craft of Guerrero state, home to the Mexican destination. Considered among the most transcendent festivities in Acapulco, its importance lies in strengthening bilateral relations between Mexico and China: the event takes place the day he left the first commercial vessel that connected both countries.

Finally, on 12 December, about the most important festivals in Acapulco: the worship of the Virgin of Guadalupe. During this famous campaign, most city dwellers take to the streets to pay tribute to the spiritual protector of the people of color filling different arteries of the town.