Mexico City, Mexico
80°F | 70°F
Balloons and pyramids
Why Explore Mexico City with Remote Year
We’ve taken 30+ groups to Mexico City since 2016! 300 people in the Remote Year community live here, so there’s always someone to adventure with. You can productively spend your week at your workspace, and spend your weekends exploring ancient pyramids or enjoying authentic tacos.
Our accommodations are in two of Mexico City’s cultural hubs - Condesa and Roma. These safe, centrally located neighborhoods in the heart of the city are brimming with chic cafes, pop-up markets, art galleries, and trendy bars and restaurants serving up some of the best dishes in the city. You’ll love the wide tree-lined boulevards and easy access to the largest urban park in Latin America, Chapultepec.
Your home away from home
You will be staying in a comfortable private bedroom in a multiple bedroom apartment, house, or hotel. All accommodations are located in top neighborhoods and within a 25-minute walk of your coworking space. Accommodations are clean, secure, and include standard internet. Private apartments are available at an additional cost after booking.
Things You'll Experience in Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Market and KitchenThis cooking experience will take you from the market to a local's kitchen. You’ll learn to make authentic Mexican salsas, hand-made tortillas, traditional moles, tacos, and more!
Lucha Libre Match and TrainingEnjoy behind-the-scenes-access and a private tour of a Lucha Libre arena. Jump into the ring yourself to train with professional luchadores before attending an action-packed match!
Yucatan Peninsula AdventureEscape for the weekend to search for ancient ruins and hidden cenotes in the Yucatán peninsula. While you’re there, hit the beach and take a dip in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico!
Hot Air Balloon Over TeotihuacanSoar above the ancient pyramids of Teotihuacan in a hot air balloon. Take in this bird’s eye view of one of Mexico’s oldest cities before descending to explore the ruins on foot.
Tolantongo Hot SpringsTake a relaxing dip in the turquoise hot springs of Tolantongo. In addition to these terraced pools, you’ll encounter rushing waterfalls and can enjoy a swim in the nearby river.
Born and raised in Mexico City, Omar is a trained psychologist with a passion for dance. He has toured in musical theater productions and has also coordinated international film and culture festivals. What does he love most about CDMX? “The diversity of this city has a million of different things to offer.” His go-to loves are Hot Air Balloons, Lucha Libre and tacos de barbacoa.
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