April 8 – May 9, 2022
Private Bedroom $1,770
Dedicated Team Lead
Airport Arrival Transfer
Local SIM Card
High-Speed Internet in the Room and Common Areas
Backup Technology (Laptop, Charger, Batteries)
Public Transport Pass
Constructed on the ruins of the Aztec city Tenochtitlan, Mexico City is one of the oldest and most populous cities in the Americas. It has a rich history, reflected in its many parks, churches, and museums. The city is the vibrant capital of Mexico. When you visit, you’ll be surrounded by both the old and the new – an exciting mixture of colonial architecture paired with modern hustle and bustle.
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Meet Your Mexico City Hosts
When you choose to visit Mexico City, you’ll be hosted by a group lead who is a WiFi Artists employee and will travel with the group throughout the entire duration of your stay. Unlike other remote work companies, we never leave you hanging. You’ll also have support from our local, on-the-ground team in Mexico City. If you need help booking a tour, finding the best local activities, or getting questions answered, the team is your go-to resource!
Why Choose Mexico City For Your Remote Work and Travel?
Feast On Delicious Cuisine
Mexico City has some of the best street food in the world. If you like Mexican food, you’re in for a treat – come and get a taste of the real thing! You could spend weeks exploring streets lined with tacos and tamales, but don’t forget to visit the gourmet restaurants, too! Mexico City is home to some of the world’s best restaurants.
Nightlife For All
There is a diverse range of bars and nightclubs in Mexico City, ideal for many age groups and preferences. Peruse some of the fun dive bars around the capital, or head out for a night of fun at one of the fancier nightclubs in the Polanko district. You’re sure to find a spot to settle in and enjoy good music with a craft beer or cocktail.
Explore The Museums And Art Culture
Mexico City has more museums than any other capital city in the world. There are over 150 museums to choose from, ranging from famous spots like Museo Nacional de Antropología to more obscure attractions. And the art scene in Mexico City has exploded over the years – pop into one of the city’s many galleries, or check out some of the popular street art!
Day Trips, Anyone?
If you like history, you’ll love seeing the ancient ruins that surround the city. You’ll be able to visit ruins from Aztec, Toltec, and Mesoamerican cultures. Also, Mexico City’s location makes it easy to take day trips to surrounding towns. Go for a hike in Toluca or head to Cholula, a town that has a church on every corner.
Shop Til’ You Drop
Mexico City’s Coyoacan Market has been around since 1921. Since then, it’s been one of the city’s most popular shopping destinations, with vendors selling a variety of items from vegetables to textiles. Get a truly local experience by strolling through the shops, enjoying the rows and rows of colorful produce, and snagging some mementos to remind you of your travels.
Where to Stay in Mexico City
We recognize the importance of having a comfortable place to stay and work during your travels. That's why we've meticulously selected our accommodations in only the best areas of Mexico City. These options will provide everything you need to have a relaxing, fun, and productive trip. Browse through our photos to get an idea of the general vibe and standard of our accommodations in Mexico City.