Mexico is a Spanish-speaking country about three times
the size of Texas, consisting of 31 states and one federal district. The
capital is Mexico City. Mexico has a rapidly developing economy, ranked by the
World Bank as the twelfth largest in the world. The climate ranges from
tropical to desert, and the terrain consists of coastal lowlands, central high
plateaus, and mountains of up to 18,000 feet.
Many cities throughout Mexico are
popular tourist destinations for U.S. citizens. Travelers should note that
location-specific information contained below is not confined solely to those
cities, but can reflect conditions throughout Mexico. Although the majority of
visitors to Mexico thoroughly enjoy their stay, a small number experience
difficulties and serious inconveniences. All U.S. citizens are encouraged to
register at the U.S. Embassy or the nearest U.S. Consulate through the
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