We all look forward to the list of the “puentes” (similar to long weekends) of the year because they are the perfect opportunity to travel and here are some suggestions to make the most of them. Each event is a new destination to discover, so prepare your itinerary and explore Mexico through its history and festivities.
Wednesday September 16
Give the “grito” of Independence in Dolores Hidalgo
Monday November 2
Discover the celebration of the Day of the Dead in Pátzcuaro
Monday, November 16
Visit the Francisco Villa museum in Parral, Chihuahua
Friday December 25
Live the Christmas atmosphere in Chignahuapan.
Friday January 1
Relax and welcome new year in Acapulco.
Monday, February 1 (it runs through the 5)
Get to know “Cuatro Ciénegas”, where Venustiano Carranza was born.
Monday March 15 (runs through the 21)
Enjoy “Mazunte” in Oaxaca, the state where Benito Juárez was born.
Wednesday 5 May
Take a walk through the heroic city of Puebla.
December holidays from December 21 to January 11
Admire the snowy landscapes of “Barrancas del Cobre”.
Easter holidays from March 29 to April 12
Get ready to tour the beautiful state of Veracruz.
Summer Holidays from July 10 to August 29
Enjoy the beaches and “cenotes”(deep natural wells) of Quintana Roo.
Current calendar for public and private schools incorporated into the National Educational System of Mexico.
Registration and pre registration school cycle 2020-2021 from August 6 to September 11
Teachers intensive training (only states that did not performed it before July 31)
Teachers council meetings
Start of School cycle 2020-2021
End of School cycle 2020-2021
Bold*: point memorial days
Teacher´s work suspensions
School grades to parents or guardians
Pre registration for preschool, first grade of elementary and first grade middle school for period 2021-2022
Meetings with parents or guardians