The 23 Best Souvenirs From Mexico to Bring Home – Sand In My Suitcase (2023)

We love a good bargain – don’t you?

If you like the idea of haggling like a pro and making out like a bandit, then buying souvenirs from Mexico is going to be one of the best times of your life!

Okay, perhaps that’s a slight exaggeration, but shopping the local markets and stores is always one of the highlights of our Mexican vacations.

If you’re planning a trip to Mexico, there are tons of cool things to buy, from hand-crafted mezcal to colorfully decorated maracas.

You’ll come across many unique mementos you won’t find anywhere else.

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Best Mexican souvenirs

We’ve enjoyed countless trips to Cabo San Lucas, the Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta, the colonial town of San Miguel de Allende and elsewhere in Mexico.

So we’ve had the chance to discover what we love best when it comes to gifts and souvenirs.

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From its unbeatable local cuisine to its rich cultural history, Mexico is a place you want to remember – which is why you’ll want to bring home some great souvenirs from your time there.

To help you take advantage of the best shopping opportunities during your Mexican travels, we’ve put together this handy list of the 23 best souvenirs from Mexico.

1) Mexican blankets

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We love Mexican blankets!

They’re a bit bulky to pack, but it’s totally doable. We should know – we’ve done it!

We think they clearly deserve a spot at the top of any list of the best things to buy in Mexico, seeing that we have so many in our own home.

The blankets are perfect for using on the deck outside, to snuggle up in while watching TV or even as picnic blankets.

Totally worth haggling for!

2) Lucha libre mask

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These masks are always fun souvenirs from Mexico – both to shop for and give away!

Lucha libre is Mexico’s wildly popular and entertaining form of professional wrestling, much like the USA’s WWE. Watching a lucha libre match is one of the most fun things to do in Mexico, actually!

You’ll find lucha libre masks everywhere in the street markets in a huge array of colors and characters.

If you’re a lucha libre fan, or know of a fan at home, bringing back a popular character like El Santo or Blue Demon will score you some huge points.

3) Talavera pottery

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Talavera pottery is a traditional craft that was initially introduced to Mexico by Spanish artisans during the colonial period.

The bright colors and intricate patterns have since become a signature of Mexican design.

The best place to find Talavera pottery is in Puebla, located in central Mexico. This colonial era city is known for its deep-rooted tradition in pottery.

There are so many beautiful pieces to choose from – plates, bowls, cups, spoons, platters, salt and pepper shakers – and they make great gifts from Mexico.

You can pay top dollar (or should we say top peso?) for authentic pieces from well-established galleries that include the DO4 on the bottom, which signifies official Denominación de Origen status.

For more affordable pieces – if the DO4 status isn’t that important to you – you’ll find plenty of options at the markets and smaller ceramic shops.

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4) Tequila

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Nothing trumpets “Mexican fiesta” louder than margaritas!

We promise you that your family and friends will not be disappointed to get a bottle of tequila – a gift of 100% agave azul tequila – as a souvenir from Mexico.

The prices are way better and the variety is much greater than what you’ll find at home.

If you prefer to keep the tequila as a Mexican gift to yourself, when you get home, share the love by inviting friends over for some of the best homemade margaritas using traditional recipes and your top-quality Mexican tequila.

Don’t be surprised if your guests end up sticking around a while for refills!

Clase Azul, Herradura and Don Julio are some favorite tequila brands.

5) Mexican glassware

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And while you’re buying tequila, how about some margarita or tequila shot glasses too?

They come in various colors.

We have some of the most popular margarita glasses – clear Mexican glass with bright blue rims. But you can find them with green or red accents and many other different patterns.

Then you can truly feel like you’re back in Mexico while drinking your tequila gift to yourself once home.

6) Mezcal

And then there’s mezcal, which has a smokier flavor compared to tequila.

If you’re headed to Oaxaca, especially, browse the mezcal there, as the best bottles are found in the Oaxaca region.

Like tequila, mezcal also comes from agave plants.

But the artisanal way for making mezcal is to cook the hearts of the agave plant inside earthen pits, lined with lava rocks and filled with charcoal and wood – which lends the liquor that smoky flavor.

Mezcal is becoming more popular in the United States and Canada.

Bring home a bottle of good quality mezcal, and next time you have friends over, you can impress them with your sophisticated spirit selection by offering a shot of mezcal.

Quality labels include Del Maguey and Yola.

7) Huipil

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The most traditional Mexican clothing item a woman can buy as a souvenir from Mexico is the huipil.

These cotton fabric blouses stand out for their exquisite embroidery, usually in the form of flowers and other beautiful patterns.

You can find huipils at every local market – and you can haggle your way to some amazing deals!

The long blouses make great beach cover-ups for ladies if you’re looking for some traditional yet practical Mexican gifts to bring home.

8) Mexican chocolate

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Everyone knows a serious chocolate lover – even if you are that someone!

And Mexican chocolate is among the finest in the world. In Mexico City, we savored the best hot chocolate ever at Café Tacuba. Yum!

Actually, here’s a fun Mexican food fact: Mexico is the birthplace of chocolate.

We highly recommend adding chocolate to your list of things to bring back from Mexico.

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Powdered chocolate mix, hot chocolate chunks and other chocolate delights also make much-appreciated Mexican gifts for folks at home.

9) Taxco silver jewelry

Taxco (aka, the “City of Silver”) is one of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico.

And it’s renowned for its silver jewelry, exquisitely crafted by skilled local artisans.

The jewelry originates from the silver mines in Taxco, but you can find Taxco jewelry throughout Mexico.

Silver jewelry is one of our favorite things to buy in Mexico.

The items are beautiful and unique – plus, they’re small and easy to pack – making them one of the best Mexican souvenirs to transport back home.

10) Molinillo

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Whether you actually use it in the kitchen to make something or not, molinillos are great things to bring back from Mexico.

A molinillo is a Mexican culinary tool that resembles a wooden whisk. It’s used to create that beautiful froth in their traditional hot chocolate.

If you’re bringing back hot chocolate bars (blocks) or powder as a Mexican souvenir (see #8), why not grab a molinillo to complete the package!

11) Mexican vanilla

Did you know that real Mexican vanilla is considered the best in the world, right up there with vanilla from Madagascar?

This makes it among the most coveted Mexico souvenirs, especially with cooking and baking enthusiasts.

Warning: Do not buy the vanilla you find on grocery store shelves and in souvenir shops. That bottle of vanilla extract you’re eyeing there is not the real thing.

In fact, cheap vanilla in most of these shops is made of synthetic ingredients, like coumarin, which is banned in the U.S.

To make sure you get the real stuff – pure vanilla from beans grown from orchids – you’ll need to poke around a trusted specialty shop.

You’ll pay a lot more for real vanilla, but it’s worth it if you’re looking for a premium product (and the real deal).

12) Mexican musical instruments

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Wooden flutes. Colorful maracas (Mexican music shakers). Even hand-painted guitars!

These are also fun mementos of Mexico to bring home. Hey, you can even form your own mini mariachi band!

13) Mexican salsa

Salsa is by far the best Mexican condiment ever – but you probably already knew that.

And what better place to find the best Mexican salsa than in Mexico? So naturally, this should definitely be on your list of what to buy in Mexico.

There’s a wide variety of salsas to explore, from mildly spicy to habanero hot. The most popular are salsa verde (made with tangy tomatillos) and the classic tomato-based salsa roja.

For a real treat, spoil yourself with an exotic Mexican fruit variety, like delicious mango or pineapple salsa.

Bring some back as Mexican souvenirs and make your friends really happy too!

14) Mexican coffee beans

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If you’re a coffee connoisseur, you’ll appreciate the fact that Mexico is the world’s largest producer of organic coffee beans.

A batch of small-farm organic coffee is something you can enjoy for many mornings after you’ve already said adios to your vacation.

Coffee is also one of those much-loved Mexican gifts that you can bring back easily for anyone on your gift list, from family members to co-workers – you really can’t go wrong.

15) Barro negro pottery

If you’re looking for a truly unique souvenir from your Mexican travels, be on the look-out for barro negro (black clay) pottery.

These highly polished, black clay pottery pieces are stunning.

There are also other traditional varieties that are more colorful, like barro verde (green clay) and barro rojo (red clay).

16) Achiote

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If you know any avid Mexico food lovers and cooks, achiote is one of the best souvenirs from Mexico you could give them.

Achiote is a red spice extracted from the seeds of the achiote tree (aka annatto seeds). It’s a staple of Mexican cuisine, especially in the Yucatan Peninsula and Oaxaca regions.

A common use is to make achiote paste – a blend of the seeds with vinegar and herbs – to marinate meat and fish.

To make your own traditional Mexican-style dishes, achiote will definitely kick the flavor up a notch!

17) Leather goods

When souvenir shopping for small Mexican items that are easy to pack and transport back home, leather goods do the trick.

You can find artisan leather goods like bracelets, bookmarks, coin pouches, belts and other small items that are inexpensive and make wonderful gifts.

Get a discount by buying in bulk and have extra goodies on hand – in case you get home and realize you forgot to buy a souvenir for someone!

Though bigger, you can also find one-of-a-kind leather sandals, hand-tooled boots, even saddles.

18) Children’s toys

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Mexico has some of the coolest, most original toys we’ve ever seen. We let our imaginations run wild at the very whimsical toy museum in San Miguel de Allende.

Marionetas (puppets), spinning tops, little wooden trucks, hand-stitched dolls and animals – plenty of interesting toys will catch your eye!

If you’re not sure what to buy in Mexico as great souvenirs for kids, or for anyone’s inner child, Mexican children’s toys are your best bet.

19) Mole sauce

It’s those flavors of Mexico that you really need to capture while you can and bring back with you.

Any mole sauce or mix that doesn’t come directly from Mexico just doesn’t taste the same.

Made from chiles, spices, tomatillos, chocolate and nuts, mole is used for sauces in traditional Oaxacan cuisine.

It comes in delightful varieties, like mole poblano (red mole) and mole negro (black mole) – which are the most popular chocolate-based varieties.

There’s also mole verde (green mole) made with pumpkins seeds, mole amarillo (yellow mole) that doesn’t include chocolate at all, and many more.

You can buy mole paste or mole powder from local vendors or markets.

If visiting Oaxaca city, especially, don’t miss the opportunity to pick up some mole.

20) Day of the Dead figurines

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Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is world-renowned for its unique colorful celebrations in honor of those who have passed – as well as for its depictions of Day of the Dead skeletons and figurines.

A Disney movie, Coco, even draws its cultural inspiration from this poignant Mexican tradition.

The best part of buying Day of the Dead figurines is their authenticity. We love them as iconic Mexican home decor items, and they make wonderful Mexican-themed gifts.

21) Prescription drugs

Maybe prescription drugs aren’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of souvenirs in Mexico.

But once you see how much you can save, stocking up on some prescription drugs will definitely be top of mind on your Mexican holiday. They’re a really good buy in Mexico!

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Just be sure to check the rules or restrictions for clearing Canadian or U.S. customs (or your country’s customs) with prescriptions that you buy in Mexico.

22) Beach wrap

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Just like you can never have too many beach sandals, you can never have too many sarongs in different colors to tie up over your bathing suit as a bohemian beach cover-up.

And with the incredible deals you can get in Mexico, this is where you’re going to want to stock up.

The beach vendors in Puerto Vallarta and Cabo always have lots of colorful wraps to choose from.

While you’re at it, bargain for a few extras and bring them back as gifts for folks at home.

They’re so lightweight that you won’t have any trouble fitting several into your luggage.

23) Huichol beaded jewelry

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Need even more Mexican gift ideas?

Well, another lovely souvenir idea for what to bring back from Mexico that’s not too expensive and easy to pack is Huichol beaded jewelry.

The Huichol, an indigenous group of Mexican people who mostly live in the Sierra Madre Mountains, specialize in intricate creations made from tiny colorful beads.

The traditional designs and precise craftsmanship make Huichol beaded bracelets and necklaces particularly attractive.

Now you know about the best souvenirs from Mexico!

So there you have it, amigos – this brings you up to speed on Mexican souvenirs.

When you’re looking for things to buy in Mexico, there’s no shortage of authentic unique items that you’ll want to take the time to haggle for.

Once you land your first killer bargain, we guarantee you’ll be hooked. You’ll be packing away more precious Mexican souvenirs and gifts than you can imagine – just make sure you can close your suitcase!

Have we missed any authentic souvenirs or gifts from Mexico?

Are there other items on your Mexico list of must-have best souvenirs?

We’d love to hear about them! Tell us what they are in the Comments below!

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FAQs

What are things you can only get in Mexico? ›

10 Must Buy Souvenirs to Bring Home from Mexico
  • Mayan Wooden Mask.
  • Lucha Libre Mask.
  • Mexican Chocolate.
  • Mexican Vanilla.
  • Pottery.
  • Xtabentún Liqueur.
  • Taxco Silver.
  • Mexican Textile Souvenirs.

What can you bring back from Mexico? ›

You can bring back most prepared/baked food, including condiments, vinegar, oils, packaged spices, honey, coffee, tea, and certain cheeses.

What is the most famous product in Mexico? ›

Mexico produces a bounty of iconic and amazing products that come from its rich land and from its talented artisans that are steeped in tradition and ancestral methods. Among the most recognized around the world items we know and love are cocoa, tequila, Talavera pottery and, the ever important, coffee.

What can you not bring back from Mexico? ›

To avoid hassles, it is best to not bring back fruits, vegetables, meat or dairy products from Mexico unless you know they are allowed. Read our article about Bringing Food Back From Mexico.

What things are considered rude in Mexico? ›

Don't show signs of discomfort, which would be considered rude by your Mexican counterpart. Mexicans often "hold" a gesture (a handshake, a squeeze of the arm, a hug) longer than Americans and Canadians do. Don't stand with your hands on your hips; this signifies anger.

What are 3 things Mexico is known for? ›

Mexico is known for its rich culture, ancient ruins, dazzling beaches, and incredible cuisine. Tour Mayan temple ruins by day and indulge in fantastic food while listening to the rhythms of live music by night.

What are 4 products from Mexico? ›

Among Mexico's major exports are machinery and transport equipment, steel, electrical equipment, chemicals, food products, and petroleum and petroleum products.

Can you bring sand back from Mexico? ›

Soil, Sand and Minerals

No soil or earth of any kind is allowed into the United States without a permit issued in advance by USDA Plant Protection and Quarantine Permit Unit. Pure sand, such as a small container of decorative beach sand, is usually allowed. Always check with the permit unit in advance for details.

What products is Mexico known for? ›

Mexico produces large quantities of maize (corn), coffee, sugar cane, beans tomatoes and avocados. Mexico also produces tropical products such as sugarcane, bananas, pineapples, papayas, mangoes, coffee and cacao.

Do you have to declare souvenirs from Mexico? ›

Travelers should declare all items being brought from abroad that will remain in the United States. This includes gifts and duty-free purchases. Goods purchased in a duty-free shop are not automatically free of duty upon your return to the United States.

What are 3 common ingredients that come from Mexico? ›

The most popular Mexican ingredients are beans, rice, avocado and limes. They're utilized in nearly every dish, from hearty enchilada casseroles to creamy drinks like horchata.

What are the top 3 Imports of Mexico? ›

Also shown is the percentage share each product category represents in terms of overall imports into Mexico.
  • Electrical machinery, equipment: US$82.9 billion (21.6% of total imports)
  • Machinery including computers: $65.9 billion (17.2%)
  • Vehicles: $32.1 billion (8.4%)
  • Mineral fuels including oil: $25.1 billion (6.6%)
17 Oct 2022

Can I buy stuff in Mexico and bring it to the US? ›

Typically, the duty is based on a percentage of the total value of the goods being imported. In other cases, the weight of the goods or number of units can also determine import duties. When it comes to imports from Mexico to the U.S. there are no import duties on nearly all products.

What can you not bring thru customs? ›

Examples of restricted items include firearms, certain fruits and vegetables, animal products, animal by products, and some animals.

How can I take things from Mexico? ›

Gather Your Documents

A commercial invoice containing information about your shipment. A Packing List including shipment weight. A NAFTA Certificate of Origin (if applicable) Speak with your customs broker to ensure you understand the Mexican customs agents' export handling costs.

What should you not wear in Mexico? ›

Don't wear sandals or flip flops

Sure, Mexican women (and men, for that matter) will be spotted wearing sandals, but it's far more common to see closed shoes, trainers and pumps being worn by the locals. Plus, by doing that you avoid getting filthy feet after a day of traipsing around the sights.

What should you not say in Mexico? ›

11 Things Tourists Should Never Say in Mexico City
  • “I'll have a Tecate, please.”
  • “Le voy al América.” (I support Club América [a Mexican football team].)
  • “I'm American.”
  • “I love South America!”
  • “Una quesadilla sin queso, por favor.” (A cheeseless quesadilla, please.)
  • “I love burritos!”
  • “Do you speak Mexican?”

What is Mexico's national dish? ›

At Gastropod, we're always down to party, so here's to Mexico's true national holiday, and its true national dish: mole.

What is the most important in Mexico? ›

Family remains the most-important element of Mexican society, both in private and in public life.

What is the most popular craft in Mexico? ›

Ceramics is the most practiced handicraft in Mexico and you're spoiled for choice here when it comes to purchasing ceramics: from basic clay plates and bowls, through to practical and hard-wearing tableware and kitchen utensils for everyday use, to elaborately decorated works of art.

What is only produced in Mexico? ›

Mexico produces two crops not generally produced elsewhere, henequen used to produce a strong fiber and maguey, both in the agave family. Maguey is used for the making of pulque as well as mezcal. Tequila is a type of mezcal made from the blue agave in a designated zone mostly in Jalisco.

What toothpaste is made in Mexico? ›

Toothpaste is manufactured worldwide, but Mexico is home to production facilities owned by the household names Crest and Colgate. Although some manufacturing is kept stateside, specific products, like Colgate Cavity Prevention, are produced in Mexico.

What is the most exported product from Mexico? ›

Exports The top exports of Mexico are Cars ($41.6B), Computers ($31.5B), Motor vehicles; parts and accessories (8701 to 8705) ($27.1B), Delivery Trucks ($23.8B), and Crude Petroleum ($17.8B), exporting mostly to United States ($326B), Canada ($16.1B), China ($8.82B), Germany ($8.21B), and South Korea ($5.86B).

Can you take sand in luggage? ›

Checked Bags: Yes

page. The final decision rests with the TSA officer on whether an item is allowed through the checkpoint.

Can you take sand through airport security? ›

For starters, you can bring sand, your light saber and maybe your drone, but you can't bring a golf club or a cordless curling iron. If it all gets too confusing, you can snap a photo of the object in question and sent it to AskTSA on Facebook Messenger or Twitter.

Can you take sand and shells from Mexico? ›

It is indeed illegal. Sand is considered 'soil', so, don't ask, don't tell. I'm assuming you were referring to dead sea shells found on the beach.

How much should a Mexican blanket cost? ›

The nicer ones that could be a "horse blanket" with the tight weave I have seen for $20-$30. The really nice ones that could be a wall hanging are $50 and up.

Do they check your bags when you land in Mexico? ›

Passengers that arrive by air will be required to put their bags through an X-ray machine, and then move to the kiosk and push a button to determine whether their luggage will be selected for any further inspection.

Can you bring a coconut back from Mexico? ›

Fresh fruits and vegetables need to be clean and may be prohibited if they have insects or diseases. The following items are admissible: Aloe- above ground parts. Coconuts-husks must have been completely removed and cannot have sprouted.

What items must you declare? ›

You must declare all items you purchased and are carrying with you upon return to the United States, including gifts for other people as well as items you bought for yourself. This includes duty-free items purchased in foreign countries, as well as any merchandise you intend to sell or use in your business.

What is the most important meal of the day in Mexico? ›

The most important meal of the day is lunch (comida) and normally served between 1 and 3 p.m. Supper (cena) is served late, usually after 8 p.m. and is a light snack, although in urban areas supper can be an elaborate affair eaten at restaurants.

What is the first meal of the day called in Mexico? ›

Desayuno derives from the Spanish word ayunar —to fast— and thus describes the first meal of the day.

What food is most common in Mexico? ›

Food In Mexico
  • Enchiladas. This dish of Mexican cuisine is similar to tacos, but it differs by carrying a lot of cheese and being much spicier. ...
  • Fajitas. To make the authentic Mexican fajitas meat is prepared in tomato sauce, which is rolled in a corn or wheat tortilla. ...
  • Burritos. ...
  • Tacos. ...
  • Pozoles. ...
  • Empanadas. ...
  • Totopos. ...
  • Quesadillas.

What fruit is native to Mexico? ›

Sapote (Zapote)

Is a tropical fruit native to Mexico and Central America. The most common varieties are black, yellow, white, and chicozapote. The shape and flesh will vary according to the variety, but the taste is sweet and the flesh is soft.

What is the most imported item from Mexico? ›

Machinery and Mechanical Appliances and Parts

Mexico is a huge producer of home appliances, including washing machines, refrigerators, and air conditioners. Between 30% and 44% of the U.S.' imports in this category come from Mexico every year.

What is the average Mexican income? ›

According to the exchange rate in 2021, this amounts to USD 19,980 annually. Generally, the average salary ranges from 8,410 MXN (lowest salary) to 1,48,000 MXN (highest national average) per month.
...
2. Average Annual Increase by Experience.
Experience LevelAverage Annual Increment
Top Management15-20%
3 more rows
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What are Mexico's top 2 imports? ›

Mexico: Exports And Imports
RankTop ExportsTop Imports
1Crude PetroleumRefined Petroleum
2CarsVehicle Parts
3Vehicle PartsIntegrated Circuits
4Delivery TrucksComputers
1 more row
12 Aug 2019

What is something unique in Mexico? ›

Mexico has 10-12% of the world's biodiversity, making it the fourth most biodiverse country in the world. The wildlife includes tourist favorites like spider monkeys, ocelots, and macaws. Chocolate originated in Mexico, where the Aztecs and Mayans first cultivated the cacao plant thousands of years ago.

What is Mexico famous for shopping? ›

Ambarte is the shopping destination in Mexico which is famous for its unique and mind-blowing jewelry. The jewelry here is stunning and amazing. You will absolutely love the jewelry here. The designs and patterns are out of the box.

What are 5 things Mexico is known for? ›

Mexico is known for its rich culture, ancient ruins, dazzling beaches, and incredible cuisine. Tour Mayan temple ruins by day and indulge in fantastic food while listening to the rhythms of live music by night. Lounge on tropical beaches and explore the vibrant corals and marine life of the underwater world.

How do Mexicans say hello? ›

The common verbal greeting is “Buenos dias” (Good day), “Buenas tardes” (Good afternoon) or “Buenas noches” (Good evening/night) depending on the time of day. A more casual greeting is “Hola” (Hello), “¿Qué tal?” (What's up?) or “¿Cómo estás?” (How are you?).

What is Mexico's No 1 export? ›

Mexico's main exports are manufactured products (89 percent of total shipments) and oil and oil products (6 percent). Among manufactured products, metallic, machinery and equipment is the major category (69 percent) and automobiles account for around 31 percent of total sales.

What jewelry is Mexico known for? ›

Silver jewelry is currently one the most recognized Mexican art forms and Taxco boasts an international reputation for giving the world some of the highest quality and most stunning silver jewelry out there.

What are the top 3 imports of Mexico? ›

Also shown is the percentage share each product category represents in terms of overall imports into Mexico.
  • Electrical machinery, equipment: US$82.9 billion (21.6% of total imports)
  • Machinery including computers: $65.9 billion (17.2%)
  • Vehicles: $32.1 billion (8.4%)
  • Mineral fuels including oil: $25.1 billion (6.6%)
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