Mexico: Languages and Travel Information

Mexico is located in Latin America & Caribbean, with a population of 114,793,341 (2011) and the arrival of 22,260,000 (2010) tourists a year. Are you traveling or researching Mexico? Following is some information on the languages and country. SpeakSheets offers our Lifetime Members printable and downloadable language sheets with no monthly costs ever. With more than 16 languages covering over 2.3 billion people worldwide, we can help make your travels to Mexico and beyond even more fun!

If you are traveling to Mexico or just looking for some more information, we can provide some Mexico travel language help. We also have some word categories for travel to Mexico. We’re always working on new languages and more travel words for the languages we do have. Our Lifetime Members have unlimited access to download and print our language sheets. We have the best language sheets on the web, guaranteed.

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Travel to these cities in Mexico and beyond!

Always wanted to visit or return to Mexico? We provide some great travel info for the following cities in Mexico.

Travel to San Luis de la Paz, Mexico 101,148 residents
Travel to Guadalupe, Mexico 724,921 residents
Travel to Celaya, Mexico 305,901 residents
Travel to Alvaro Obregon, Mexico 706,567 residents
Travel to Venustiano Carranza, Mexico 447,459 residents
Travel to Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico 262,566 residents
Travel to Santa Catarina, Mexico 254,472 residents
Travel to Durango, Mexico 457,140 residents
Travel to Aguascalientes, Mexico 658,179 residents
Travel to Veracruz, Mexico 568,313 residents

Other Countries in Latin America & Caribbean

Learning a few words in the language of the country you are visiting will help make your travels more immersive and fun. Here are other countries in Latin America & Caribbean:

CountryLanguage(s)PopulationAnnual TouristsRegion
Antigua and BarbudaEnglish
89,612 (2011)
230,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
ArgentinaSpanish
40,764,561 (2011)
5,325,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
ArubaDutch, Papiamento
108,141 (2011)
813,000 (2009)
Latin America & Caribbean
BarbadosEnglish
273,925 (2011)
532,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
BelizeEnglish
356,600 (2011)
239,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
BoliviaAymara, Quechua, Spanish
10,088,108 (2011)
807,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
BrazilPortuguese
196,655,014 (2011)
5,161,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
Cayman IslandsEnglish
56,729 (2011)
288,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
ChileSpanish
17,269,525 (2011)
2,766,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
ColombiaSpanish
46,927,125 (2011)
2,147,000 (2009)
Latin America & Caribbean
Costa RicaSpanish
4,726,575 (2011)
2,100,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
CubaSpanish
11,253,665 (2011)
2,507,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
CuraçaoDutch
145,619 (2011)
342,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
DominicaEnglish
67,675 (2011)
77,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
Dominican RepublicSpanish
10,056,181 (2011)
4,125,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
EcuadorSpanish
14,666,055 (2011)
1,047,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
El SalvadorSpanish
6,227,491 (2011)
1,150,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
GrenadaEnglish
104,890 (2011)
114,000 (2009)
Latin America & Caribbean
GuatemalaSpanish
14,757,316 (2011)
1,876,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
GuyanaEnglish
756,040 (2011)
150,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
HaitiFrench, Haitian, Haitian Creole
10,123,787 (2011)
423,000 (2009)
Latin America & Caribbean
HondurasSpanish
7,754,687 (2011)
896,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
JamaicaEnglish
2,709,300 (2011)
1,922,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
MexicoSpanish
114,793,341 (2011)
22,260,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
NicaraguaSpanish
5,869,859 (2011)
1,011,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
PanamaSpanish
3,571,185 (2011)
1,324,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
ParaguaySpanish
6,568,290 (2011)
465,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
PeruSpanish
29,399,817 (2011)
2,299,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
Puerto RicoEnglish, Spanish
3,706,690 (2011)
3,679,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
St. Kitts and NevisEnglish
53,051 (2011)
92,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
St. LuciaEnglish
176,000 (2011)
306,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
St. Martin (French part)English, French
30,615 (2011)
n/a
Latin America & Caribbean
St. Vincent and the GrenadinesEnglish
109,365 (2011)
72,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
SurinameDutch
529,419 (2011)
205,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
The BahamasEnglish
347,176 (2011)
1,370,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
Trinidad and TobagoEnglish
1,346,350 (2011)
413,000 (2009)
Latin America & Caribbean
Turks and Caicos IslandsEnglish
39,184 (2011)
265,000 (2007)
Latin America & Caribbean
UruguaySpanish
3,368,595 (2011)
2,353,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean
VenezuelaSpanish
29,278,000 (2011)
615,000 (2009)
Latin America & Caribbean
Virgin IslandsEnglish
109,666 (2011)
590,000 (2010)
Latin America & Caribbean

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