Important Things To KNow
Mexico uses the Mexican Nuevo Peso.
Mexico has no official languages, but the government and the residents most widely use Spanish.
You can barely discern Mexican Spanish from European Spanish, and this is probably because there are only minor differences between Mexican and European Spanish.
The country recognizes 68 other national languages, of which 63 are indigenous. Nahuatl and Maya are the two most widely used indigenous languages.
Mexico used to observe daylight savings time, but as of 2023, the government has voted to eliminate it, meaning that most parts of Mexico remain in their standard time zone.
Most of Mexico uses Zona Centro or Central Standard Time. But there are also three other time zones. Western Mexico uses the Mountain Standard time or Zona Pacifico. In the far east of the country, they use Eastern Standard Time and the western part of the country uses Pacific Standard Time.
Climate And Weather
Mexican weather varies from a tropical to a desert climate. The rainy season lasts from June to October and the dry desert-like season is observed from November to May.
And get ready to build up a sweat because the average humidity is around 70%.