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Asking for Directions (2)
TravelTravel
15 words/phrases to learn
On Vacation
TravelTravel
11 words/phrases to learn
On Vacation (2)
TravelTravel
10 words/phrases to learn

Most popular Spanish (Mexico) Lessons for this topic

Asking for Directions (2)

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15 words/phrases

On Vacation

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11 words/phrases

On Vacation (2)

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10 words/phrases

At the Hotel

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At the Hotel (2)

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Means of transport

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Places

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Getting around Town 1

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Countries

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At the Airport 1

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At the Airport 2

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16 words/phrases

At the Airport 3

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At School 2

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Weather

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The Weather

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Past Vacations

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Weather Ready

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Outer Space

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Siri Helps

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Living in the Jungle (part1)

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Living in the Jungle (part3)

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Living in the Jungle (part2)

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How to Use a Plane Pillow

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Christiano Ronaldo's Hotel

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Louvre's Oddities

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Travelling Makes You Rich

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Sightseeing in Paris

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Travelling in the Amazon

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Train Travel With El Chepe

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Getting Around Cancún Cheaply

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Eating in Cancún for Cheap

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Live & Study in Canada

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The Shortest Flight

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Cheapest & Most Expensive

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40 words/phrases

Singapur's Strict Rules

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Top Couple's Destinations

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58 words/phrases

The Best LGBTQIA+ Destinations

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79 words/phrases

Impossible Connection

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136 words/phrases

Don't Do This on a Plane

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63 words/phrases

Touring Day in Mexico City

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38 words/phrases

Best museums in Mexico City

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103 words/phrases

Walk Your Dog in Chapultepec

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Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I travel to Mexico?
Mexico is a country full of culture, history, and delicious food. From the urban oasis of Xochimilco to the beautiful beaches of the Riviera Maya, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The food is world renowned, with a wide variety of regional cuisines to choose from. And, of course, the people are warm and welcoming, making Mexico an ideal holiday destination.
Do I need to speak Mexican Spanish to travel to Mexico?
While you don't need to be fluent in Mexican Spanish to enjoy your time in Mexico, understanding some basic phrases can definitely make your trip more enjoyable. Even if you know European Spanish, you may find that Mexican Spanish is quite different.
How quickly will I be able to start saying these words and phrases in the real world?
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When you worry too much about grammar and rules, it can make you feel like you’re never ready to speak and start disconnecting from the language. That’s why we get you to start speaking from the beginning, and let you choose to learn what’s important to you. If you like to travel, learn that first. If you need it to further your career, learn phrases that’s useful there instead. When you focus on material that excites you, you'll be more motivated to practice regularly and immerse yourself in the language. Soon enough, you'll be chatting away in your new language like a native speaker.
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