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  • What is my age:
  • 26
  • What is my nationaly:
  • I was born in Paraguay
  • Sexual orientation:
  • Hetero
  • What is my hair:
  • I have silky gray hair
  • What is my figure type:
  • My figure type is overweight
  • I like to drink:
  • Tequila
  • What I like to listen:
  • Classical
  • My hobbies:
  • Dancing

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I follow my tour guide down a shadow-filled lane, and the sounds of car horns and traffic start to melt away. In its place, we hear a soft, almost inaudible music — some kind of trumpet, we guess? The percussion and horns grow louder, and we exit the shady side street into an enormous square, filled with hundreds of mariachi bands. Their ostentatious costumes are all unique in their own way, from the suave suits to their flashy sombreros, and the best part? You can soak it all up from the al fresco restaurants and bars surrounding the plaza, while sipping on local tequila. For ladies looking to travel through Mexico alone, the capital city is a great starting point to dive headfirst into the flamboyant culture.

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Traveling to Mexico City solo? With the help of some Mexico City locals, we created this guide to solo travel to Mexico City, from where to stay, to where to eat, to how to keep safe, and which activities to check out.

See Mexico City like a local.

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Work with one to plan your trip. Basically, it's like having a best friend in Mexico City. Learn more. How to get around Where to eat Where to stay Tips for solo female travelers Places to visit Places to avoid Safety tips. Locals say that either option makes traveling around Mexico City easy. Uber, for obvious reasons, and the metro because it has cars deated for women and children only. Local tip: If you plan on using Uber to get around, make sure your phone is set up for international roaming.

One of the most intimidating activities while traveling alone can be finding a place to eat. But it can also be a great opportunity to enjoy delicious food without having to share and to reflect on your day. Our trip planners in Mexico City offered these tips:. Local tip: No matter where you go, be sure you know how to tip in Mexico City!

And don't drink the tap water. You can buy plastic water bottles during your stay, or invest in a reusable water bottle before your trip if you want to travel more sustainably. No matter what your budget, Mexico City offers some excellent choices for where to stay.

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Locals say that Roma and Condesa are among the top choices—well-traveled and central, they offer a safe and vibrant atmosphere for solo travelers. Next, figure out what kind of place you want to stay at—hostel, hotel, or Airbnb? All three options are solid. You can find some unreal places to stay in Mexico City!

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For hotels and Airbnb, it depends on your level of luxe but the exchange rate is pretty excellent. And Mexico City has some pretty fantastic hotels for travelers on a budget.

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Local tip : If your travel style is more about getting off the beaten path and staying under budget, then you may want to check out San Rafael or Juarez. Mexico City is safeeven for women traveling alone. But there are definitely some things solo female travelers should know.

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Here's some advice from our Mexico City trip planners :. Many of our trip planners in Mexico City are women.

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They can let you know how they navigate the city safely. Mexico City is full of amazing landmarksand you can take your time admiring the iconic El Angel or checking out the Zocalo without anyone bugging you about having to move on to the next activity. Seeing the Diego Rivera murals at the Palacio Nacional or checking out the incredible art at Museo Soumaya are wonderful solo activities. Local tip : Definitely take an afternoon to explore Chapultepec Park.

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There are tons of great neighborhoods in Mexico City to stay inbut also some to avoid. Locals suggest all travelers avoid these neighborhoods:. Some of the most frequently asked questions about Mexico City concern safety. Mexico City is a safe place to visit—just take the same precautions you would at home. Stay aware of your surroundings and stick with the crowds.

Keep these basic rules in mind and your solo trip to Mexico City will be incredible. Even solo travelers don't have to travel alone. Work with a local to build your trip. And for more on Mexico City travel, check out:.

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Work with a local to plan your trip. Get started. Eating solo in Mexico City One of the most intimidating activities while traveling alone can be finding a place to eat. Locals suggest trying the classics—tacos al pastor, tamales, and tlacoyos. Go to a food hall : Locals tell us that spots like the Mercado Roma in Roma are good for solo travelers. These food halls have open seating and tons of different options.

Plus, locals love Mercado Roma's rooftop bar.

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Treat yo self: Reservations are easy when you only need a table for one. The best places to stay for solo travelers No matter what your budget, Mexico City offers some excellent choices for where to stay.

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Tips for solo female travel in Mexico City Mexico City is safeeven for women traveling alone. Here's some advice from our Mexico City trip planners : Be conservative with clothes: It's a good idea to err on the conservative side when it comes to clothes in CDMX —skirts, long pants, etc. You won't see a lot of shorts in Mexico City. You know—like you would at home. Learn a few key phrases in Spanish to keep in your back pocket—our trip planners can help with this.

Get a cross-body purse: One of the most common crimes in Mexico City is pickpocketing, so get a purse you can wear across your body. Or a fanny pack fanny packs are in now! If you get catcalled, ignore it: As a woman traveling alone, you might hear a hissing noise. This is actually the Mexican equivalent of a wolf whistle. The best thing to do is to ignore it and keep walking—just like when this annoyance happens at home. Places to avoid in Mexico City while solo or otherwise There are tons of great neighborhoods in Mexico City to stay inbut also some to avoid. Locals suggest all travelers avoid these neighborhoods: Doctores: Although Doctores borders the safer, central Roma, it should be avoided.

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Take the hint—avoid! Iztapalapa: Used by drug traffickers, Iztapalapa should be avoided by visitors to Mexico City. Solo travel safety tips Some of the most frequently asked questions about Mexico City concern safety. Still have questions about travel to Mexico City? Why not ask someone who lives there? ViaHero connects you with a local to help plan your trip. Find a local today.

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