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31 cultural or natural sites in Mexico are recognised by UNESCO as world heritage sites; ruins, colonial cities, canyons and volcanoes. Between 1990 and 2010 more than 2 million Mexicans migrated to another city.
Mexico has the most variety of climates in the world. In addition to its popular cuisine (mariachi, spic food) dances (rancheras) and folklore (typical Mexican hat), Mexico stands out for its sporting nuances like the charrería, which derives from the activities of foremen on cattle ranches. Football is an important activity in the country, along with baseball and boxing.
Aside from events in the religious calendar, highlights include the following events: Independence Day, the Mexican Revolution celebration, 20th November, as well as the equally important feast in honour of the Virgin of Guadalupe, Las Posadas, from religious origins, and without forgetting La Charrería (Mexico’s banner to the world). They are events which give the country a personal and authentic touch.
The centre of the Republic of Mexico has a name: Constitution Square. On one side you can find the Templo Mayor. The Palace of Fine Art is one of the architectural reference points in the country, along with the History and Anthropology Museum. The Chapultepec and Guadalupe Basilica are two places that Mudinmar recommends you visit.
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Xochimilco is one of the most important neighbourhoods in Mexico City because of its age and history. It’s the cultural nucleus in the south of the capital. It is one of the most famous attractions in Mexico City.
The cities of Mexico where we can work with you are: Aguascalientes, Baja California, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Federal District (DF), Durango, State of Mexico, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Michoacan, Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Quintana Ro, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Yucatan and Zacatecas.
Mexico has a total of 49 customs points. Mexican customs are located at the border with the United States, on the southern border with Guatemala and Belize and at other strategic points such as seaports on the Pacific and Gulf of Mexico as well as points within the interior of the country. See here.
The importation of personal items is tax-free provided that they are used and at least 1 year old. We will provide the necessary documents for entry into Mexico however these must be completed and verified prior to the container’s departure. It is essential to return all necessary documents, adequately completed, to our agents for customs clearance. Customs formalities take between 8 and 15 days depending on the time of year, with physical inspections, x-rays etc. If necessary our agents will pay tax or fees and will ask for repayment of advance payment before the completion of your international move.
Thirty to forty days from Ship’s departure, depending on the distance of the city or region from the entry port.
“This document is intended to inform people seeking to bring into Mexico animals such as dogs and cats, reptiles, birds, ferrets and turtles, about the steps and requirements to meet the standards of the agriculture and animal health inspection offices located at international airports, border crossings and international seaports. It is important to note that Mexico is only considers dogs and cats to be pets “. More information, here .
It is worth mentioning that the Mexican consular network has no power to intervene in this process.
You can import new or used vehicles less than 1 year old, paying taxes and fees according on their CIF value which depends on its characteristics according to Mexican customs. All vehicles will be inspected by the Mexican Agricultural Inspection Agency on arrival to Mexico.
Mexico City, or Federal District, is the capital of Mexico, located in a south-central area of the country near to Lake Texcoco. It is the country’s largest urban centre and the main political, academic, economic, financial, business and cultural centre.
Mexico City is rated the world’s third largest agglomeration, the largest in the Americas and most populous Spanish-speaking city on earth, with more than 21 million people according to federal and state government figures.
The official currency in the country is the Mexican Peso and it has a free market economy. The value of the peso fluctuates daily, but averages at approximately 13 pesos to the dollar.
The climate is mild in winter, and hot and dry in April and May. The rainy season is between May and October. It is important to be aware that the temperature can drop in the morning and evening, especially during winter when the average temperature is 16 degrees Celsius.
Mexico City preserves an environment for those who were devoted to religion and art. A context where the inhabitants faithfully continue with the traditions. Areas include:
Accomodation cost in Mexico City depends on the area you are staying in. If you plan to live in a shared flat, room prices can be between 1,500 and 2,500 pesos a month, whilst in the sates you can find a small apartment for that price.
To find housing we recommend the Craiglist website where offers are updates by the minute.
There is a variety of options in the city. The metro has 12 lines leaving from the city centre to all over the city. It is the cheapest metro ticket in the world. One ticket is valid across numerous routes.
Another means of transport is the Metrobus, an alternative to traffic problems in the city. It costs 5 pesos per trip and is paid for using an electronic card. There are also electric based transport options such as Trolebus and light train, and microbuses and vans that cover the whole city, however the latter are complicated to use and often uncomfortable, costing between 3 and 5 pesos. There are also numerous kinds of taxi, the most common are green 3 or 4 door taxis.