Mexico City

Selina Mexico Cowork Review for Digital Nomads

From Argentina to Israel, Selina hostels are popping up around the globe. And it’s no wonder—Selina has received multi-million dollar investments and acquired Remote Year. Their boutique-style hostels are packed with amenities, many of which have a coworking space. As a result, digital nomads worldwide are relying on Selina for its (mostly) reliable source of …

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Xochimilco for Wheelchair Users: A Complete Guide

Did you know that Mexico City has a “Little Venice”? Boating on the canal of Xochimilco is a fun day trip and great cultural emersion. Even better? Xochimilco is quite accessible. We’ll show you how to visit Xochimilco with a wheelchair. Where is Xochimilco? Xochimilco is a district in southern Mexico City. The word Xochimilco …

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Teotihuacan by Wheelchair: The Accessible Guide

The pre-hispanic city of Teotihuacan is a popular day trip from Mexico City. Although not fully accessible, Teotihuacan offers modified access in some areas for wheelchair users. This post will cover everything you need to know about visiting Teotihuacan with a wheelchair. Teotihuacan: Historical Overview Before we discuss how wheelchair accessible Teotihuacan is, let’s touch …

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16 Wheelchair Accessible Things to do in Mexico City

With over 22 million people, Mexico City, including its metropolitan area, is one of the most populated cities in Latin America. That’s a lot of exploring that can potentially be done, although if you’re a wheelchair user, you’re surely wondering how accessibility looks in Mexico City. We’ll cover how to get around Mexico City with …

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