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Luggage Keeper is an excellent place to store your luggage, backpack or any item if you are traveling in Mexico City. You can leave your luggage by the… Show more
- Here are some of my top suggestions for luggage storage in Mexico city airport.
Mexico City International airport ( Benito Juarez Airport)
- There are left luggage centers at…
- Wifi here is provided by two companies at both terminals
- Infinitum (Telmex)
- I found the wifi here not being that bad honestly, though it's only free for…
- Most tourists take taxis from the airport to the city.
- If you're going to take taxis, I recommend you take what they call authorized taxis.
- The good…
Right now the world is going through a Mexican food revolution phase —especially, a taco revolution.
All across the world tacos taking over the dinner tables.
In Mexico…Show more
The public transport network in Mexico City is extensive and constantly growing. It is also relatively cheap.
The Mexico City transport network includes the following:
- Metro (12 lines)
Mexico City has more museums than any capital in the world. And with 26 million people in its municipal area, it is the largest metro system in the…Show more
- Mexico City has a vast public transport network consisting of the metro, the Metrobus (a bus rapid transit system), Light rail ( Tren Ligero and Suburbano), trolebus (…
- With the bad traffic in Mexico City, electric scooters come in as very convenient transport alternative, here is all the info you need to know to easily rent…
- Ecobici is the public bike share system in Mexico City. It uses almost the same concept as Citibike in New York.
Signing up for Ecobici
- For you to…