5 Great Cities To Celebrate Hispanic/Latino Heritage
Santa Fe, New Mexico - an artistic mix of Spanish colonial and Native American cultures that is unique to the Southwest
Must see: the Palace of the Governors has been in use since 1610 and was the seat of Nuevo Mexico
Shop for beautiful art and see the luminarias paper lanterns during the holidays
Chicago, Illinois - the Pilsen neighborhood
Must see: The National Museum of Mexican art has beautiful traditional and modern art and handcrafts.
Grab some paletas (popsicles) to beat the heat
Little Havana Cuban neighborhood Miami, Florida
Must see: the Jose Marti monument and the Bay of Pigs museum
Get a refreshing mojito from Ball and Chain. If you’re lucky you’ll catch some live salsa music!
San Diego, California
Must see: Grapple with the country’s immigration policy at the US-Mexico border wall and Peace Park
Visit the Old Town Market for fun gifts and see Chicano Park for great murals and street art
San Antonio, Texas
Must see: Tejano, Mexican and American culture collide with a visit to The Alamo historic fort
Wonder the Riverwalk, the top attraction in Texas, to see special events like mariachi bands and baile folklorico dance
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