Is Mexico a Safe Destination for Spring Break Vacation?

PATRICK CLARKE | February 21, 2019

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If recent—mostly negative and even ill-advised—media coverage has got you second guessing Mexico for your upcoming spring break vacation, take a moment to review and consider the facts.The most recent U.S. State Department travel advisory for Mexico was issued in November 2018 and the Level 2 advisory (exercise increased caution) is on par with a handful of destinations most Americans wouldn't think twice about traveling to, including France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom.

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