Mexico City is one of our favorite cities in the world. It has something for everyone – the geologist, artist, historian, or musician within all of us. The city radiates creativity, with colorful murals animating its streets, world-class museums and archeological sites. Visit Frida Kahlo’s home and studio, the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, or wander around the cobbled streets of Coyoacan while taking a break from coding.
If we could work in nature all day, we’d be happy coders. Mexico City provides, with beautiful, vast parks that have Wifi. Grab a coffee at cafe on the park, rent a bike, or explore by foot to get some fresh air in between hack sessions. And the food. Tacos. Mole. Fresh tortillas. Margaritas. Salsa, salsa, salsa. Mexico is a foodie’s paradise. Hope you like it spicy.
Mexico City’s tech industry is exploding. Multi-national tech giants, local businesses and startups alike claim a stake on the vibrant talent pool of young professionals and entrepreneurs. To coincide, Mexico City has beautiful coworking spaces where you will be surrounded by digital nomads from DF, and all over the world.
There are tons of cool spots to stay in Mexico City. Each student will have a private room in a shared house that is within walking distance of our coworking space. Get in touch with us if you’re interested in sharing a room to cut costs, or if you would like to increase your rental budget.
TBD based on dates
As of writing, $1 US Dollar equals about 20 Mexican Pesos. Make sure you let your bank know you’re traveling so they don’t put a hold on your ATM card!
Passport – Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the first day of the trip
Visa – US citizens do not need a visa to enter Mexico. For other nationalities please check Mexico’s visa requirements for your country.
No immunizations are required to enter Mexico.