Cinco de Mayo Travel Deals
February 21st, 2011
Whether you’re planning a Cinco de Mayo trip in order to commemorate the Mexican army’s defeat of the French in the Battle of Puebla or you’re just excited about a party and don’t even know what Cinco de Mayo means, the trip planning process is pretty much going to be the same.
Sure, you might opt for a more cultural celebration if you’re in the former camp, but either way you’ll be well-served by some money-saving travel tips.
Here are links to a couple of articles we featured recently about some of the best places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo as well as some tips to help you save money on the airline ticket that will get you there.
>> Cinco de Mayo – May 5th – in 2012 falls on a Saturday.
These tips for getting a better deal on airfare will serve you well almost regardless of where you’re going or when you’re traveling, but they’re potentially even more important when you’re traveling for a special event or over a holiday such as Cinco de Mayo.
>> Read more about finding cheap flights for Cinco de Mayo
While Cinco de Mayo originated in the state of Puebla in Mexico, it’s become a much bigger deal in the United States. There are a few cities in the U.S. that do Cinco de Mayo better than others, and there’s one wacky event in the Caribbean included here, too.
>> Read more about the best Cinco de Mayo parties
photo by Ian Ransley