Remote Worker's Guide to Mexico City
About the Guide
Mexico City is an easy place to fall in love with and I've come to think it's one of the best cities in the world, especially for remote workers. But many of the resources out there are meant for tourists, or only go surface-deep.
That's why I wrote this guide!
I’ve packed it with all the basics - where to stay, where to work - plus recommendations for everything from restaurants and bars to gyms and laundromats. Plus, all the pro tips it took me years to learn!
(Did you know you're supposed to tip the person bagging your groceries? 👀)
My goal is to help you fall a little bit in love with Mexico City too—while also helping you avoid some of the logistics that take up a lot of your time when you land in a new place.
Ready to stop googling and start exploring?
This 75-page guide includes:
- Where to Stay — A guide to CDMX's many neighborhoods and what you can expect to pay in each area.
- Places to Work — The best cafes and coworking spaces in the most popular neighborhoods.
- How to Get Around — How to use public transport, Uber, and the city's many bikeshare systems when walking won't cut it.
- Where to Shop — A guide to the best markets, grocery stores, malls, and specialty shops that will make life easier.
- Where to Work Out & Get Checked Out — Popular gyms and fitness studios, plus recommended doctors, hospitals, and clinics.
- Eating & Going Out — +50 of my the best taquerias, restaurants, and bars in CDMX. Plus, the best apps for ordering delivery!
- Things to Do — Museums, hotspots, side trips, and other "must dos" for your Mexico City bucket list.
Looking for a little taste?
This guide includes a robust "Where to Work" section with dozens of recommendations for cafes and coworking spaces that will help you stay productive during your visit.
I've made the cafe recommendations public so you can get a sense of just how deep this guide goes. Check it out at https://www.carolinesyrup.com/cdmx-cafes/.
Who am I?
My name is Caro Griffin, aka @carolinesyrup.
I'm a recovering digital nomad who spent five years traveling the world before I fell in love with Mexico City and moved here almost four years ago. Exploring the city, learning its history, and helping other people discover it is a hobby and a passion.
I've made this guide pay-what-you-want to keep it accessible, but ask that you pay full price if you can. I've spent +100 hours putting this together and your contributions help me keep it updated. :)
You'll get a 75-page guide with lifetime updates.