Guide for Digital Nomads | Walking around CDMX

walking in CDMX

Second installment of our guide for digital nomads!

This time we will talk about why if you like to walk, Mexico City is your ideal choice to live.

Many people think that the secret to living in the great capitals of the world is to walk them; getting to know them on foot has a different charm, it makes you feel a different connection with the locals, plus you can find great surprises literally just around the corner: your next favorite restaurant, a charming coffee shop where you can sit down to read a book or a bazaar, where you will find little treasures to remember your stay in the city.

That is why in this blog we bring you, some of the areas that you can find near our homes:


+ Parque Lincoln: This park in the middle of Polanco, has the Angela Peralta open-air theater where you can enjoy a night of Jazz.

+ Presidente Masaryk Avenue: One of the most exclusive avenues in the world, characterized by its luxurious stores, where you can find restaurants to enjoy a very good time.

+ Polanquito: If relaxed and casual is your thing, you can visit Polanquito, this neighborhood very close to Presidente Masaryk has bars, restaurants and cafes, where you can share in community.


+ Parque España: For jogging, strolling or just going for a walk, this park located in the heart of La Condesa is the perfect place.

+ Mexico Park: Surrounded by cafes and restaurants, with weekend activities such as salsa classes, skating lessons or bazaars, Mexico Park is a must-see.

+ Paseo de la Reforma: In the main avenue of the CDMX, walking along its sidewalks you can find the Angel of Independence, the Diana Cazadora and the entrance to Chapultepec.

Undoubtedly Mexico City has many places to discover and get to know and besides walking you can visit some other areas of the city by taking the Metro or MetroBus, which have stations near our homes and have a very accessible cost.

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