Fall in Mexico
(September - Mid November)
Fall is often considered the best time to visit Mexico City, and with good reason! As the rainy season comes to an end and the locals slowly filter back into the city, the metropolis begins to revive. This is the season of colours. During September, flashes of green, white and red fill the air as locals proudly wave their flags in celebration of the country’s independence. Then, comes October, the flags are exchanged for the bright orange and yellow tones of the famous Cempasúchil flowers, which are a representative symbol the famous Day of the Death.
In addition to these cultural celebrations, Mexico City and its surroundings host several events that only occur during this time of the year. The celebratory energy of the city during these days is vibrant, and is sure to leave you enchanted. Here you can read more details about the festivities and events during the Mexican Fall.
Around this time of year, you will notice a few prominent symbols all around: