Moon Mexico Photo Contest

Tweet your best photo of Mexico using the hashtag #MoonMX by 11:59pm PST Thursday, November 21st, or send it along to travel@moon.com. We’ll pick a winner, and the winning photo will be featured in our upcoming newsletter. Plus, we’ll send along a free copy of our new edition of Moon Mexico City. The winner will be announced via our newsletter on Monday, December 1st, and posted on Moon.com. Sound good? Go ahead and get tweeting!

Tweet your best photo of Mexico using the hashtag #MoonMX by end of day on Monday, December 1st, for a chance to be featured in our upcoming newsletter! Find out more on moon.com

Photo Gallery: Best Sights in Mexico City

  • MexicoCity_BibliotecaCentral_Aloud_CC-BY-ND_640 Most Radical Spot: The Biblioteca Central.
    Photo © Aloud, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.
  • MexicoCity_CatedralMetropolitana_(3)_CC-BY-ND_640 Must-See Square: The Zocalo.
    Photo © (3), licensed Creative Commons Attribution No Derivatives.
  • MexicoCity_MuseoFridaKahlo_AldarAdame_CC-BY-SA_640 Most Moving Museum: Museo Frida Kahlo (Casa Azul).
    Photo © Alder Adame, licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike.
  • MexicoCity_MuseoNacionaldeAntropologia_LWYang_CC-BY_640 The Jewel of Mexico: The Museo Nacional de Antropologia.
    Photo © LWYang, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.
  • MexicoCity_PalacioBellasArtes_Aloud_CC-ND_640 The Cultural Heart of the Centro: The Palacio de Bellas Artes.
    Photo © Aloud, licensed Creative Commons Attribution No Derivatives.
  • MexicoCity_XocimilcoCanals_ChristianCordova_CC-BY_640 Most Memorable Place for a Sunday Party: The Canals at Xochimilco.
    Photo © Christian Cordova, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Get inspired with photos from some of the most exciting sights in Mexico City.

The Truth About Yellowstone’s Supervolcano

Volcanic activity is not a thing of the past in Yellowstone, but the reality is less terrifying than what you may have heard about on your Facebook feed. Read more to learn about whether or not the park’s infamous supervolcano poses a threat to travelers.

Travel Reading List: Novels Set in Georgia and the Carolinas

Gone With the Wind; Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil; Shoeless Joe (well, sort of) — some of the most classic works of American literature are set in the Carolinas and Georgia. Native Jim Morekis has compiled a list of required reading for literary times looking to enrich their experience while visiting these stalwart southern states.

Stowe, VT, and the Trapp Family Lodge

Despite Stowe’s popularity, the resort has eschewed the modern trend of building up the base lodge with condos and restaurants, preferring to work with independent businesses in the community instead. For that reason, Stowe still feels like a real community that happens to have a ski resort, rather than the other way around. Moon guides have the info you need when planning a trip to Stowe, VT.

Arlington National Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknowns

The cemetery is a sprawling 200-acre burial site where more than 300,000 soldiers from every U.S. military conflict are buried. The uniform, white tombstones form an orderly quilt across the rolling green fields of the cemetery and are meticulously maintained. On average, more than two dozen funerals are held each weekday. Find out more about “Our Nation’s Most Sacred Shrine” at moon.com.