Widely tarnished by it’s violent past, many dismiss exploring this diverse and crazily beautiful country, sticking only to the tourist resorts of Cancun and Los Cabos. But there is so much more to experience and you’ll be missing out big time if you don’t because Mexico is no more dangerous than most other countries.
From huge stretches of wild rustic beaches and bright green jungle to a canyon so wide and deep you’ll struggle to get your head around it, the landscapes are phenonemal. The cities are fun and lively and bursting with culture, Mexico City and Guadalajara included. The people are warm and friendly and the food is immense. Forget everything you know about Mexican cuisine until you get here.
Find out how to get to Xochimilco, Mexico City independently using public transport and how to make the most of your day out there.
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We didn’t have the best start to our long term travel adventure in Mexico. But from there things have just got better and better. Here’s why living in Mexico City as digital nomads is awesome.