1. Job Trippin'
  2. Mexico City, Mexico

Job Trippin' Mexico City, Mexico 🌯🇲🇽

Amenities

Private rooms
Coworking included
Flights included
Attendance
10-15
Accommodation
Private rooms
Housing
Apartments
Coworking
Yes
Flights
Yes
SIM card
Yes
Talks
Yes
Workshops
Yes
Attendance
10
Capacity
15
Price
$551 / week* or
$2,206 / month
Minimum stay
4 weeks

Description

Loaded with a mix of nostalgic tradition and imposing modernity Mexico City is the perfect example of genuine evolution: agile to adapt but always staying true to its culture and values. It has become one of the most important financial centers in the Americas, and one of the biggest cities in the world, but maintaining its own identity that is present in its people, foods, aromas, art and architecture. The great variety and number of activities offered is virtually endless. Mexico City offers an inexhaustible and deep wealth to satisfy all tastes.

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Gastón

Gastón

Gato - as everyone calls him - is a true nomad. He is from Patagonia Argentina but has lived in Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Mexico City and Madrid. Outdoor and extreme sports lover, he makes the best of every free moment he has by running into the sea with his surf board.

Guillermo

Guillermo

Guille was born in Buenos Aires, and has been living in Madrid for the last two years. A natural traveler and foodie, he explored more than 30 countries looking for new experiences, both on holidays and while working.

Santiago

Santiago

Santi, more Argentine than Tango, has lived eight years in Buenos Aires and two in Mexico City. Crazy about football and a wine lover, he has travelled around the world following his passions.

Valery

Valery

Valery, Colombian, grew up in Cali and lived in Bogota while studying. Her long trips ignited her love for fine arts and local cultures, which in the end drove her to pursue a career in tourism. Loves meeting new people and their cultures, sharing music and attending to live concerts.

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