The Ultimate Guide to Visit Mexico City

It is a challenge to write a guide to visit Mexico City; however, here I leave you everything I would have liked to know when I came to live in the Mexican capital.

If there is one thing I am sure of, it is that you will never get bored of it.

Travel requirements and restrictions

Traveling to Mexico is relatively easy, as the country has adopted no restrictions for visitors entering the country by air. You do not need to take a PCR test 24 hours before your flight, nor do you need to present your vaccination card. You will only need to fill out a form during your flight, which the airline will provide you with.

If you are traveling for less than 180 days, a VISA is also not required.

What to do in Mexico City

Museums and galleries

Did you know that Mexico City is the second city with the most museums globally?

In this guide to visit Mexico City, I share a TOP 15 museums in Mexico City with you.

  1. Museo Nacional de Antropología
  2. Museo Nacional de Historia “Castillo de Chapultepec”
  3. Museo Soumaya
  4. Museo Jumex
  5. Museo Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso
  6. Museo Anahuacalli
  7. La Casa Azul – Museo Frida Kahlo
  8. Museo Dolores Olmedo
  9. Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil
  10. Museo Memoria y Tolerancia
  11. Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo
  12. Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL)
  13. Museo de Arte Popular
  14. Museo Franz Mayer
  15. Museo del Templo Mayor
Museo Nacional de Antropología – INAH
Antiguo Colegio de San Ildenfonso – CDMX Travel
Museo Soumaya – TuriMéxico


Parque México

If dogs are your thing, don’t hesitate to go. It’s incredible to see all those dogs from the capital gathered in one place, a park where they can run and play freely, including splashing in the fountains. Parque Mexico is ideal for enjoying an afternoon with family, friends, or as a couple, with an ice cream in hand.

Bosque de Chapultepec

Best known as the green lung of Mexico City, the Chapultepec Forest is located on the emblematic avenue of Paseo de la Reforma. Comprised of 678 hectares, it has become one of the largest urban green spaces in the world. In addition, it has two lakes, a botanical garden, and the National History Museum “Castillo de Chapultepec.” In the latter, a spectacular view awaits you.

Section II is pet-friendly, so picnics with dogs are a prevalent activity there.

Lago de Chapultepec – México Desconocido
Museo Nacional de Historia Castillo de Chapultepec – Food and Travel

Parque La Mexicana

This new lung for the city is born among corporate skyscrapers, right in the center of the most modern district. Built under strict sustainability criteria, today Santa Fe has an incredible park. Here you will find sports, cultural and children’s areas, and a designated space for dogs. In addition, you won’t want to miss the excellent gastronomic offer. From early in the morning, the breakfasts never stop, and the toasts are never lacking at night.

Parque La Mexicana – La Vicenta


Mercado de San Juan

In this guide to visit Mexico City, the San Juan market is a must. Delve into the heart of the Historic Downtown and discover the gastronomic roots of the capital by visiting the Mercado de San Juan, where renowned chefs and locals search for the best quality products of the city. However, it is also famous for having a great variety of exotic products, from scorpions to lion meat.

Mercado de San Juan has its roots in the 19th century and remains one of the best places to buy high-end ingredients in the city.

At Rutopía, we offer a 3 to 4-hour tour, in which you will walk through the aisles of the market, enjoying the different colors and aromas of the place. With a guide, you will taste exotic fruits, cheeses, jams, coffee, among other delicacies, while learning about Mexican gastronomy and the market’s history. The tour continues through San Juan to experience the daily life of the Mexicans while still enjoying the most traditional food such as pulque, tacos, and a seafood tostada.

Planning to visit Mexico City? Tell us your trip ideas and we will design a unique a smooth trip for you and your family.

Mercado de Jamaica

Located southeast of the Historic Center of Mexico City, it is one of the city’s most traditional and picturesque markets. The Mercado de Jamaica is distinguished by the sale of flowers, with more than 1,100 stalls selling ornamental plants, floral arrangements, flowers, and pots.

You can find more than 5,000 varieties of plants and flowers and an extensive selection of fruits and vegetables.

Mercado de Jamaica on October – Kari_Pentax

La Lagunilla (Antiques Market)

Sundays are market days in the city, and La Lagunilla is one of our favorites. So if you are a treasure hunter, this is where to start your search.

North of the Historical Center, a large group of collectors, students, low-cost fashion enthusiasts, and tourists visit this street market, hoping to find some “little jewel.” From furniture, records, books, accessories, clothes, tableware, or some artifact you never knew existed.

La Lagunilla – Hello DF


Be amazed by the pre-Hispanic beauty of the chinampas in Xochimilco. Did you know that the chinampa is the most efficient and sustainable agricultural system in the world?

One of the most emblematic areas of Mexico City: the canals of Xochimilco, whose name in Nahuatl means “Place of Flowers” and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.

Canales de Xochimilco – Animal Gourmet
Trajineras de Xochimilco

Lucha libre

One of the most traditional sports in Mexico and an experience you must live. Between a lot of drama and acrobatics, wrestling has become a nightly spectacle, famous for its fun atmosphere and sometimes a little wild.

Arena Mexico is THE place. Not for nothing is it known as the Cathedral of Lucha Libre.

If you’re interested in learning more, don’t hesitate to check out the Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre – it’s like a wrestling bible!

Lucha libre – Hostal Mundo Joven

What and where to eat in Mexico City

A good meal can brighten up a bad day or keep us in a good mood 24/7. As they say, “good food, good mood.”

Did you know that in Mexico City we have eight restaurants that are on the “The Best Restaurants” list?

What I like most about Mexico City is its gastronomy. I swear the offer is endless. And to not only share with you a massive list of restaurants that I like, I decided to divide them into occasions of consumption, according to their menu and the ambiance of the place.

Breakfast, bread, and coffee

  • Café Nin
  • Panadería Rosetta
  • Niddo
  • Lalo!
  • El Cardenal (prueba la concha con nata)
  • Delirio
  • Café Milou
  • Catamundi
Rosetta guaba roll – The Happening
Niddo – Coolhunter

Vegetarian / vegan

  • La Pitahaya vegana
  • Plantasia
  • Forever vegano
  • Por siempre vegana taquería
  • Fat Vegan
La Pitahaya Vegana
Por siempre Vegana taquería – Time Out

Seafood that makes you feel like you’re on the coast

  • Contramar
  • Mi compa chava
  • Con vista al mar
  • La Docena
  • Mariscos Don Vergas
Mi compa chava – Chilango

For good cuts

  • Pradera
  • Mochomos
  • Cuerno
  • Sylvestre
  • Sonora Grill
Cuerno Masaryk – Food & Pleasure

Cozy dinners 

  • Casa Virginia
  • Lardo
  • Felix (mis pizzas favoritas)
  • Madre Café
  • Havre 77
  • Hugo
  • Milk
Havre 77 – Dónde ir
Madre Café – MXCity

In Mexico, tacos are eaten all the time

  • El Parnita
  • El Huequito
  • Taquería Orinoco
  • Chetito
  • El Vilcito

I recommend watching the documentary series “Las crónicas del taco” on Netflix.

– Los Muertos Crew
El Parnita – MXCity

The not-to-be-missed at lunchtime

  • Los Danzantes
  • Azul Histórico
  • Restaurante Rosetta
  • Terraza Cha Cha Chá
  • Sud 777
  • Carmela y Sal
  • Parcela
  • Salón Ríos
  • La Zaranda
  • Broka
Terraza Cha Cha Chá – Chilango
Rosetta restaurant – Food and Travel

Be careful!

As I’m sure you know, chile is one of our main ingredients for cooking. And our scale of how spicy a dish is or isn’t is based on “almost nothing, a little bit, more or less, not so much or a lot”. The truth is that its super relative, so don’t be overconfident; try sauces first and ask for spicy ingredients to be set aside as much as possible.

Say yes to everything except tap water, and watch out for ice cubes if you’re eating out. But don’t just try the delicious aguas frescas either; be sure to drink them in a more formal establishment.

How to get around

Public transportation

The Metro and Metrobus are the perfect combination for mobility in Mexico City. It is really easy to use, and for only 15 pesos, you can purchase your card where you can recharge up to $99. This system is one of the cheapest since a trip costs $5.

It is also important to know that exclusive cars are for women and children under 12 years old. So that you have them well located, they are the ones up to the front.

Check this map for a better location

Alternative service applications to Taxi

Sadly, insecurity in Mexico continues to be an issue. So avoid taking risks and play it safe. Don’t take a Taxi on the street; better use apps like Uber, Cabify, or Beat.

Mexico City Neighborhoods


Disconnect from the city and tour this famous and picturesque neighborhood. If you are interested in visiting it with a guide, Rutopía can help you. With us, you will take an hour and a half walk, starting at the Parish and Former Convent of San Juan Bautista, where you can admire the beauty of its interior and learn a little of its history.

Afterward, you can stroll through the main square of Coyoacán to enjoy a delicious ice cream or some churros. You will continue to the San Jacinto square, which is characterized by its variety of handicrafts and paintings; the perfect place to chat.

And your tour would not be complete without a visit to the Casa Azul, a beautiful residence where the artist Frida Kahlo spent most of her life. It is currently a museum that displays her most popular collections, such as “Viva la Vida” and pieces by her greatest love, Diego Rivera.

Remember that you can also find the Cineteca Nacional, the Diego Rivera Anahuacalli Museum, and the Dolores Olmedo Museum in this area.

La Casa Azul – Hugo Brauer
Coyoacán – Airbnb

Roma and Condesa

Over time it has become one of the favorites of locals and national and foreign tourists. Many of the restaurants I recommended are located in this area, and there is a new place to try on every corner. On Álvaro Obregón Avenue, you can find everything, whether a morning coffee or a refreshing beer in the evening. Walk among beautiful French-style houses and leafy trees on Orizaba, Tonalá, and Colima streets. Keep your eyes peeled to distinguish the different styles where art nouveau is predominant.

Roma and Condesa – City Express
Roma and Condesa – Bridges & Balloons


Considered the neighborhood with the best location in the capital, Polanco is determined by large avenues.  Among them are Reforma, Ejército Nacional, Mariano Escobedo and Presidente Masaryk, which crosses the entire area. The latter is famous for its renowned stores and infinite gastronomic offer. Thanks to its art galleries, museums, and bookstores, Polanco has become an important business center.

Remember that the museums located around here are the Museo Soumaya, Museo Jumex, Museo Nacional de Antropología, and Museo Nacional de Historia “Castillo de Chapultepec”. Don’t forget to have lunch in Polanquito and walk in Lincoln Park. By the way, if you need to buy something, at Antara Fashion Hall, you will find it for sure.

Polanco – MXCity
Masaryk – Grupo ARCA

Historic Downtown

I recommend one of our favorite tours, where you can explore on foot the historic center of the Mexican capital, considered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, to learn about the city’s history, its architecture, and delicious cuisine.

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You will visit the impressive Palacio de Bellas Artes, symbol of Porfirio Díaz’s government, the pedestrian street of Madero and the Plaza de la Constitución, better known as Zócalo. It is one of the largest squares in the world and is home to important historical buildings and monuments, such as the Catedral Metropolitana, the archaeological site of the Templo Mayor, and the National Palace.

You will make different stops during the tour to taste some local gastronomy. You can try the famous tacos al pastor, huitlacoche quesadillas, and Oaxacan tamales, and finish with a traditional dessert or some delicious churros. The gastronomy of the streets of the Aztec capital is so varied that it is very flexible. Your guide can adapt to your tastes and interests. Taste the best street food in the city while discovering the history and vibrant atmosphere of Mexico City’s historic center.

Suppose you decide to tour it on your own. In that case, you can add a visit to the Monument to the Revolution, climb the Torre Latino observation deck, take a tour of the MUNAL, Museo Franz Mayer, or the Museo de Memoria y Tolerancia.

Historic Downtown – Viator
Catedral Metropolitana de la Ciudad de México – Rincones de México

Zona Rosa

A neighborhood full of parties that in the early ’50s became famous for being the favorite place for musicians, artists, bohemians, and intellectuals. All its splendor can be seen at sunset. The atmosphere of the Zona Rosa is unique, as it has an exceptional nightlife offer, mainly dedicated to the LGBTTTIQ+ community.

The city that never sleeps

From dinner, to drinks and from there to dancing.

Here are my favorite bars and clubs:

  • Downtown Mexico Rooftop Bar
  • Limantour Liquor Store
  • Waikiki Tiki Room
  • Hotel Casa Awolly
  • Xaman Bar
  • Gin Gin
  • Handshake
  • Casa Franca
Casa Franca – Food & Pleasure
Xaman Bar – Coolhunter
  • Looloo Studio
  • Toledo Rooftop
  • Bar Oriente
  • Supra
Toledo Rooftop
Looloo Studio – Trend México

And where they are sure to cure your hangover is at La Casa de Toño and Taqueria El Califa. Experts in reviving you 🙂

The best time to travel

What is the weather like in Mexico City?

No matter what month you come, Mexico City always welcomes you with open arms and is full of life.

In spring, the streets turn purple because of the enormous jacaranda trees. September is our patriotic month, so get ready for partying. October and November are the months dedicated to those who have passed away. And amidst lots of cempasúchil, papel picado, ofrendas and hundreds of catrinas, the incredible Desfile Internacional de Día de Muertos begins.

Jacarandas – Forbes
Desfile Internacional de Día de Muertos – Ara Díaz

Although the weather is sometimes crazy with its abrupt changes, it’s never too hot or too cold. But a light sweater in your backpack never hurts, and if you visit the capital between May and October, bring a raincoat.

Here are the monthly temperatures this year to give you an idea:

Month Maximum / Minimum (ºF)
January 71.6º / 41º
February 75.2º / 42.8º
March 78.8º / 46.4º
April 80.6º / 50º
May 80.6º / 53.6º
June 78.8º / 55.4º
July 75.2º / 53.6º
August 77º / 53.6º
September 75.2º / 53.6º
October 75.2º / 50º
November 73.4º / 44.6º
December 73.4º / 42.8º


Travel apps and websites


The day-to-day life of Mexico City is in this application. From the weather and the epidemiological traffic light; to the nearest Ecobici stations and all the information you need to know about the Metro and Metrobus.


If you need something but don’t want to go out on the street, Rappi brings it to your door.


Nowadays, meeting people online is no longer a new thing, and Bumble allows you to make friends, meet locals and live like a real local.


If you are looking for authentic experiences and are off the beaten path, Rutopía is your best option. Don’t hesitate to write to us through our website.

Last things you need to know

Here are my last tips:

  • First, if you need to make a call, the code is +52.
  • Avoid public transportation during rush hours (7:00 – 9:30 and 16:00 – 20:00).
  • In restaurants, always leave a tip between 10% and 15%.
  • Choose comfortable shoes and do not stop walking. Walking is when this great city surprises you the most.
  • Nowadays, we all call Mexico City CDMX (cedemex).

And finally, enjoy! Have an open mind to see everything, taste everything, and experience the capital’s culture in the flesh.

Ángel de la Independencia – City Express



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Victoria O.

September, 2022
Two Weeks in Mexico
Seamless transfers, excellent hotels particularly in Mexico city and Puebla, combined with various cultural and food tours. Particular highlights were the cultural/food tours in Mexico city and Puebla (also including the anthropology museum in Mexico city), and the rural tours in Oaxaca where we visited textile workshops, mescal producers and participated in a cooking class using traditional equipment. Also, although we didn't need it, the on call remote assistance was reassuring. I would definitely recommend Rutopia.
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Kris S.

April, 2022
Enjoyed using Rutopia
Enjoyed using Rutopia (Marisol and Melina) to plan my trip to Mexico. Marisol helped me figure out the best options fand booked everything. Melina was my in country support. Rutopia (the company through Kim Kim) is great and would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to take the burden out of vacation planning. My son and I truly enjoyed the trip knowing everything was taken care of and we just had to have fun. Thanks!
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Melissa W.

July, 2022
Adventures in the Yucatán!
Such an amazing time in the Yucatán! Between floating in the mangroves to visiting Chichén Itzá to spending a whole day on the beach in El Cuyo, I couldn’t have planned a better trip without their help. Thank you so much for an unforgettable birthday vacation!! Simply amazing! Don’t think twice about having them help you plan your next vacation!
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April, 2022
Great experience with this agency, totally recommend!
Great experience with this agency. Our tour in Mexico was perfect and organised with great passion and precision. Special thanks to Mel (our direct contact during the trip) for being super responsive and to Jorge Barbosa (our tour guide in Mexico City). Totally recommend this tour operator!
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Sue G

June, 2022
Mayan Site Tour in Yucatan Penninsula Mexico
Rutopia did an outstanding job with the arrangement and execution of a 9 day tour of Mayan sites in the Yucatan peninsula. We provided Rutopia with the general parameters of the trip we wanted and they suggested an itinerary. After our approval, they set up the hotels, transportation within Mexico, and site tours. The hotels were good quality, and all of the drivers and tour guides showed up on time. We were very impressed with the quality of the tour guides and learned a lot on the trip. Jorge handled setting up the itinerary, and Melina handled the execution of the trip and was readily available via WhatsApp throughout the trip for any questions or issues. Melina was particularly helpful in changing our transportation arrangements to the airport at the last minute per our request. I would recommend Rutopia and would use them again for future trips.
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July, 2022
Fantastic Will do it again
My wife and I had a fantastic holiday in Mexico thanks to Marisol, Ana, Teresa and their colleagues & partners. The entire itinerary and arrangements were put together in less than 4 days. What we really liked about Marisol & her team was that they were only a message or a phone call away for any query/suggestion, etc. The trip was bespoke to the extent that Rutopia had kept in mind about our interests, food habits & executed bookings, tours. They were also very flexible in catering to last minute changes/requests. The team took upon them to ensure that our entire trip was comfortable & safe by taking care of even small stuff that one normally finds out post getting to a place. We would definitely like to use their services again!!
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Elena R.

April, 2022
A literally perfect trip to the Yucatan peninsula
Tom and I knew we wanted to go to Mexico. We knew we wanted a little bit of culture, some wildlife, and maybe a splash in the ocean. That's it. With the vague and minimal information we gave them, Rutopia was able to put together a perfect trip for us. We had a flawless itinerary. It's so clear that Rutopia really cares about the communities (animals and humans) in Mexico. Everything we did and everywhere we stayed felt like they were helping us experience Mexico as authentically and respectfully as possible. It's almost impossible to pick a highlight, but top of the list has to be the day we shared with Enrique, a Mayan host who was unbelievably generous with us. He shared the community gardens, including history and background about the families that live in Nuevo Durango and other nearby communities. He showed us the neighborhood cenotes, Punta Laguna, Uma Nojoch Keej (a wildlife reserve), and more. We picked and prepared the plants as Enrique and his wife Blanca showed us the best way to cook them (and rescued us when we were pricked by the nopales!). We saw howler monkeys and spider monkeys in the wild which was very cool. That had to be the very best day, but every day was amazing. Sian Ka'an reserve was lovely, the Mayan ruins were spectacular, the snorkeling in Puerto Morelos was fabulous, the bicycle cenote tour was jaw'droppingly gorgeous. I'm waxing superlative but it really all was like a dream. Beyond the activities, the scheduling and pace was perfect for us. We felt like we really made the most of our six days, but with enough downtime to explore and enjoy at our leisure. From picking up our car at the airport to finding our accommodation, the logistics were very smooth at every interaction. Special shoutout to Melina who pretty much instantly helped us when we had any questions about the trip. We've never used a travel planning service like this before. But after this trip, we'll never go back to the old way!
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July, 2022
Journey to Mexico City, Cholula and Cuetzalan
We had a wonderful time. We started out in Mexico City with a 2 day tour filled with museums, food, and beautiful sights. We then went on to Cholula to experience the culture in a smaller town, see a local market, and eat traditional food. We finished the tour in a small town called Cuetzalan, where most people speak an indigenous language. All of our guides were great. Thank you for a memorable vacation!
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March, 2022
Just wonderful!
We had an amazing trip excellent organized by Jorge and supervised by Melina from Rutopia. We spent 10 days in Mexico, starting in Ciudad de Mexico where we visited the amazing Teotihuacan and then we flew to Yucatan for the amazing sites of Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Ek Balam, Tulum, Merida, Valladolid and the great Island Holbox. The trip was perfectly organized, the hotels were very good, and the guides were carefully chosen. We highly recommend Rutopia and especially Jorge!
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Bikø J

November, 2021
Chiapas, Neri and her family
I traveled to Chiapas for an ecotourism experience with Rutopia and I liked it very much, the team responds very quickly to all questions and accompany the traveler throughout the experience, I missed my flight and they were very flexible to accommodate the entire itinerary, My destination was the lakes of Tziscao, where I was received by Neri with his family in very nice cabins next to a lake with incredible views and a magnificent tranquility, with them you make experiences of beekeeping and coffee and tours to nearby lakes, Montebello is a must! 100% recommended.
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March, 2021
Super local agency
We have worked with Rutopia for several tours in Mexico in the Yucatán and Chiapas and we have never been disappointed. Authentic experiences, with locals, in magical places and off the beaten tourist track. Our contact Marisol was always super available and responsive, understanding and anticipating our desires. And she speaks very good French. I highly recommend Rutopia!
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Mikel D

April, 2021
The best moment lived in Mexico
We were traveling as a group of friends with nothing organized. We like to improvise and be able to find alternative plans to the conventional tourist routes. We arrived in Puerto Escondido - Mexico's paradise - and started looking for options. A Mexican friend recommended us to contact Rutopia and we did. We explained our way of traveling - which they quickly understood - and in a few hours they came to us with a perfect selection of activities. We chose one of them and the next day we found ourselves galloping through beautiful hills, crossing a small lagoon in canoes, bathing on an unspoiled beach at sunset and sipping freshly picked coconuts with some mezcal. We had dinner in the only hut on the beach, eating fish that had been caught that day from the lagoon. Then we went to see the luminescence of the placton with paddle canoes until we were surprised by one of the biggest and reddest moons I have ever seen in my life. We ended up sleeping in bamboo huts a few meters from the waves. There were no more than 5 huts on the miles of beach that we could see. And at ALL times with an exquisite treatment - sympathy, kindness and attention. This is just one of the plans we booked with Rutopia, which definitely changed the course of our trip. Without a doubt, I would repeat this experience in any place I would like to visit in Mexico. Viva Mexico!
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Claudia A

September, 2020
Super organization, great accommodations and nice team
The trip was perfectly organized, we were always exclusive or in very small groups and had freedom to do our own activities. All accommodations were fantastic and sustainable, the food almost always local and very good, we could always fill our Rutopia water bottles and travel as plastic free as possible. We were met at the airport and had assistance getting a rental car. After that, we traveled independently but had our fixed dates and reservations with Rutopia. It was the perfect mix!
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March, 2020
Circuit in Yucatan
Discovering wonderful and surprising sites, Mayan communities with an unforgettable welcome, breathtaking landscapes, a very pleasant climate in the middle of March...and smiling people! A big thank you to Rutopia and his team for the elaboration of this ideal circuit, alternating nature, city life, simplicity and comfort. Thanks to Mélina for the follow-up during our trip. We don't speak Spanish well enough, and we appreciated having a French-speaking contact person who could be reached if necessary. We still have a lot to discover and hope to come back very soon, and with Rutopia without hesitation!
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Sabrina N

March, 2020
For those who don't like to manage logistics like hotels, rental cars, activities. And above all, to have someone who speaks fluent French that we can reach at any time for the unexpected... You are in the right place! Thank you to Chloe for the preparation of our trip, to Melina our Ariadne's thread and Teresa for her welcome and help at the arrival and departure. A big thank you to Enrique and Blanca from Nuevo-Durango for their welcome, their smiles, their family, a lot of emotions at the time to leave you. Thanks to Mémo for your teaching of Mexican customs (Sian Ka'an) The Yucatan is a magnificent region. And the population is very pleasant. Only downside Holbox... Too much dust, too much smell of fuel oil, too much tourist. I will keep in memory these wonderful moments!
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