Life in Mexico isn’t fast-paced at all and visitors should be prepared to just “go with the flow”. Local populations tend to be friendly and handshaking is the common greeting. While beach attire is appropriate in resorts and in coastal towns, inland destinations tend to be more formal.
Spanish is the official language of Mexico, however, English is also widely spoken. Small minority populations still speak indigenous languages, too.
The Roman Catholic religion is the largest religion in Mexico, but there are also Protestant and other minority religions represented.
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