Día de los Muertos

The day of the dead is one of the most important holidays in Mexican culture. Families come together and remember the souls of their ancestors with food, drink and celebrations. A tradition that the Aztecs and other indigenous peoples of Central America have been celebrating for 3,000 years.
What we think is a great occasion to remember those who have passed away and death at the same time to be seen in a more positive light than a natural part of being human.