Everyone has their own opinion and perspective about Mexico. Be it their customs, language, food, living cost, or safety, people always have something to talk about this place.

If you are making arrangements for international relocation to Mexico, whether it’s for studies, work or adventure, relocating can be a little difficult and exciting at the same time, if you get the right information.

This guide-Moving to Mexico from USA will let you know everything about moving to Mexico, right from visa procedure to culture and climate. Read on this article, you can tackle your questions and achieve success on this journey with all the correct answers.


Mexican Visa Types – Study, Work, etc

Depending upon the time period of your stay in Mexico, the Mexican visas, are classified into three types:

Tourist visa: Mexico tourist visas are issued to those foreign nationals who want to visit Mexico for business, holidays, tourism, etc which does not include study or employment. It is valid for up to 6 months or 180 days

Temporary resident visa: Mexico temporary resident visa is issued to those who want to stay for a maximum of more than 180 days and less than 4 years for employment or study. These visitors are classified into three types: student visa, family visa, and work visa

Permanent resident visa: Mexico permanent resident visas are provided to those foreign nationals who want to stay permanently in Mexico even after their employment period ends. This type of visa is also known as a retirement visa, commonly preferred by retirees who have their own income and want to stay in Mexico with their families after their retirement. This visa lasts for more than 4 years and people who applied for this visa can avail of a permanent residence or property in Mexico.

Mexican visa requirements for US citizens

The Mexican Visa requirements for US residence planning for a short span visit to Mexico are:

  • A complete FMM form
  • Invalid us passport for at least 180 days from the arrival to Mexico.

To apply for a tourist card or FMME, you must visit the online application portal for form fill up and complete the application process by making an online fee payment. The traveler must print out the form to present it upon arrival and get it stamped by the immigration authorities.

For a temporary or permanent resident visa, you have to visit the Mexican embassy which you may find nearest to you in your country. The application process for the same is as follows:

  • Contact and Get an appointment with the Mexican embassy.
  • Feel the Mexico visa application form completely.
  • Collect the application documents.
  • Submit the application form and make fee payments.

Does Mexico require a visa for us citizens? While residents of more than 130 countries need a travel visa for Mexico depending on their purpose and time of stay, US citizens and 70 more countries are allowed to visit Mexico for short stays for free. However, they have to get a Forma Migratoria Multiple document or tourist card to show during their arrival at the border.

Mexico visa processing time

The Mexico tourist visa takes 2 working days time to process. In case there are too many applicants, it may take more than 10 working days. At the time of the visa interview, you will get to know when you can take up your passport.

How much does a Mexican visa cost? For a single person, the cost of a Mexican visa is about $44.

Citizenship / Immigration

Mexican Citizenship Requirements

The requirements to be fulfilled for acquiring Mexican citizenship is as follows:

  • Fill the DNN-3 application form.
  • Two copies of the Valid resident card for six months from the applying date. This is a prove that you are a Mexican resident for more than 5 years.
  • Get the clave Unica De Registronde Poblacion (CURP) code.
  • Two copies of Valid passport or identity proof.
  • A valid resident card proving that you are living in this country for more than five years from the date of application.
  • Proof of your knowledge of the history culture and Spanish language in Mexico.
  • Two passport size photographs with white background, with their head and no classes.
  • Application fees payment proof.
  • An oath letter stating that the number of exits and entry form and to Mexico since the last two years from the date of applying the application.
  • No criminal record certificate from local or national authority.

How to Apply for Mexican Citizenship

 The process of acquiring Mexican citizenship is very simple and effortless. It is considered if the resident is a long-term citizen or has any extended family in Mexico. For that, you have to meet all the requirements of a Mexican citizen and submit all relevant documents to SRE external relations secretariat. Then you can enjoy the same privileges and rights as Mexican citizens, including the right to property and vote.

Mexican Citizenship Through Marriage

It is true that you can cover the first few steps of getting Mexican citizenship by marrying a permanent Mexican citizen, but that doesn’t mean you will automatically get citizenship. The marriage can grant you a temporary residency for one year which has to be renewed for two years only.

Does Mexico allow dual citizenship? Yes, Mexico allows dual citizenship as the Mexican nationality works on the basis of jus Soli (right of the soil) and jus sanguine (right of the blood).

How long does it take to get Mexican citizenship? Mexico citizenship needs 5 years of residency up to the application date that includes both permanent and temporary stay in all years.

Bank & Taxes

How to Open a Bank Account in Mexico from the US?

As an outsider, you cannot open a bank account online. You have to go to the Mexican Bank for the same. But you do not need to worry at all as it is not that long process. After reaching Mexico you can choose a suitable bank to open an account which will take nearly 30 minutes to an hour for the entire process.

After relocating you can open a non-resident bank account in any Mexican Bank. For that, you should know what are the fees and the documents required for the process. Before selecting a bank you must keep:

  • Photo identification proof
  • Residence proof such as utility bill
  • Proof of Legal entry to Mexico (FMM visa or residency card)

Tax System in Mexico

The tax rates in Mexico are variable that depend on an individual’s income deductions and other situations, unlike the USA. As a non-resident, you have to pay

Tax system in MexicoTax rates
Acquisition tax2% – 4.5%
Income tax1.92% to 35% (Mexico citizens)
15 to 30% (non residents)
Capital gains taxNearly 25%
Annual property tax20% – 25%
Rental income taxesNearly 25%
Value-added tax11% -16%
Corporate tax30%
Real estate taxes4% to 6%

Taxes in Mexico vs USA

The difference between the tax systems in Mexico and US are as follows:

TaxesTax rates in MexicoTax rates in USA
Income tax1.92% to 35%10% – 37%
Social security tax rates0.625% + 0.40% extra6.2%
Medicare tax1% – 3%1.45%
Acquisition tax2% – 4.5%<20%
Value-added tax11% -16%nil
Corporate tax30%20%
Real estate taxes4% to 6%1.1%

How much tax do you pay in Mexico? A resident in Mexico has an annual income tax ranging from 1.92% to 35% while a non-resident pays 15% to 30%. The corporate tax rate in Mexico is flat 30%. Usually, the tax rates depend on your annual income, deductions, and other strands of an individual.

Do Mexican citizens pay taxes? Mexico’s permanent residents pay a progressive income tax that ranges from 1.92% to 35% and the poor people pay less than 2%.

Housing & Real Estate

Renting Property in Mexico

Renting in Mexico as an American can be a little scary but if you create a rental agreement while renting you will get everything as expected as well as meet your requirements. Renting a property in Mexico is based on three types of rental contracts based on your time of stay which is as follows:

  • Short-term contracts: Generally chosen by foreigners who have arrived newly in Mexico and want a home urgently.
  • Six-month contract: Preferred by snowbird foreigners.
  • Long-term contracts: Chosen by those who would stay in Mexico for more than 1 year.

How much does it cost to rent a house in Mexico?

One can have a very affordable stay in Mexico but the money exchange services keep on changing. Money in Mexico is named the Mexican peso and its currency code is MXN. As per the current exchange rates $1000 is equal to 20588.19MXN.

The rental values of housing and accommodations in Mexico vs. the USA are as follows:

ParticularsRent in Mexico City, Mexico  Rent in Newyork city, USA
A large house or apartment$21,000MXN$4500 – $5900
Medium house or apartment$12,000MXN$3570 – $3800
Small house or apartment$10,000MXN$2470 – $2600
Students room (single)$8,500MXN$2000
Internet$375MXN$12 – $100

Can a USA citizen buy property in Mexico? Yes, the Government of Mexico allows US citizens to buy property within the restricted zones in Mexico. The restricted zone includes any property present within 100 KM or within 50 km of foreign or sea borders, as an aim to avert foreign issues.

Is it cheaper to live in Mexico than in the US? Yes, it is definitely cheaper to live in Mexico than in the USA. Let us take a few examples to illustrate this scenario,

  • The monthly rent of a one-bedroom flat in the Mexico city center is 9000 MXN whereas, in New York City, USA, it is 55,000MXN.
  • If a meal of a single person in Mexico City costs 250 MXN, there in New York City USA it will cost 750MXN.
  • In Mexico City, the monthly transportation pass is 300 MXN whereas in New York City it is 2100 MXN.

How much is the average rent in Mexico? The average rent in Mexico depends on the type of houses or apartments available (2 bed 2 bath, 1 bed 1 bath, 3 bed 3 bath, with ocean view, gardens, furnishings, etc) and the rental value varies accordingly. indifferent cities in Mexico are as follows:

NoCities in MexicoHouse or apartment rents(including services and maintenance)
1Ajijic / Chapala, Jal$900 – $1600 per month
2Ensenada, BC$650 – $2700 per month
3Guanajuato, GTO$300 – $850 per month
4Oaxaca, OAX$500 – $1150 per month
5Merida, YUC$600 – $1500 per month
6San Miguel De Allende$600 – $1300per month
7San Cristobal De Las Casas$350- $650 per month
8Tulum, Quintana Roo$800 – $1200 per month
9Playa Del Carmen, Quintana Rao$525 per month
10Puerto Vallarta, Jal#650 – $1250 per month


Job Market in Mexico

The job market in Mexico is increasing because there are many options and several ways to search for jobs, especially in the private sector. Besides educational qualification and work experience, most Mexicans need to know the official language-Spanish to crack a job. However, knowledge of English will be a plus to getting higher-paid and prestigious jobs in Mexico. With an unemployment rate of 3.96% in 2021, the country surely holds a key to open several job opportunities for you.

Highest paying jobs in Mexico

The best-paying jobs in Mexico are as follows:

JobsAverage salaries
Marketing directors44500 MXN
Pilots49500 MXN
Surgeons or doctors124000 MXN
Judges104000 MXN
Lawyers84100 MXN
Bank managers79100 MXN
chief executive officers (CEOs)74200 MXN
Chief financial officers (CFOs)69200 MXN
Orthodontists66800 MN
University professors59300 MXN
public sector67000 MXN
Accounting, consulting, and professional services86000 MXN

Jobs in Mexico for US citizens

The Mexico Institute of immigration supervises all the immigration and Visa issues work in Mexico. Any foreigner or US citizen who wants to work in Mexico must obtain a visa or a temporary resident visa to stay and work in the nation with the help of that visa for up to 4 years.

What is the most common job in Mexico?

The most common jobs in Mexico are the service industries. The jobs in the service industry include plumbers, waiters, tour guides, mechanics, accountants, drivers, nurses, etc.

Can US citizens work in Mexico?

US citizens can get a job in any city in Mexico. You need to search for job opportunities via. Online or open vacancies shops, restaurants, businesses, etc while roaming on Mexico’s streets. Afterward, you can take an appointment for the job interview. If you already have a good educational backdrop and experience in the same field such as finance, Engineering, etc, you can search for particular websites of the companies having jobs.


Healthcare System in Mexico

Mexico has an excellent and impressive health care system that consists of private and public healthcare schemes. All the hospitals in Mexico are efficient and are fully equipped with machinery, highly trained doctors, and staff. Foreigners who are employed in Mexico mandatorily contribute to public healthcare insurance from their salaries and employer.

  • Public Health Care: Public healthcare in Mexico is operated through to the Seguro Popular and the Instituto Mexicano de Seguro (IMSS) social systems that cover all the patients with prescribed medicines and medical services. Those who work in Mexico get enrolled automatically in the IMSS scheme where they have to contribute a part of their salary to the scheme. Those who work temporarily in Mexico can voluntarily enroll in the scheme where they have to give an annual contribution fee. Residents who cannot afford the IMSS scheme can go for Seguro popular where they are charged depending on their annual income.
  • Private Healthcare: Private healthcare in Mexico are most common in foreigners where the finance there are medical schemes through private health insurance. Despite being more costly they are better equipped with high-profile machinery, doctors, can access specialized techniques, and provide premium quality care. Mostly private healthcare is opted for non-emergency treatment to avoid long queues and waiting times that commonly happen in the case of the public system.
  • Pharmacies and Drugs: most medicines, drugs, and pharmacies are available in Mexico with 24 x 7 services throughout the cities.
  • Emergency services: The emergency number in Mexico is 911. Both public and private health care have their ambulance services with English and Spanish speaking staff and have well-trained paramedics. Where public ambulances charge no fees, private ambulances charge more fees but provide better and fast services.

Healthcare in Mexico vs the United States

Health care in MexicoHealth care in USA
According to WHO, the healthcare costs in a single day is less than $120 in Mexico   The healthcare costs in a single day in the US cost around $1514.  
The Mexican federal government has allowed all citizens including foreigners to get free medical care through the Seguro Popular and the Instituto Mexicano de Seguro (IMSS) insurance services.As healthcare spendings are costly in the USA, it becomes more than impossible to get proper health care without insurance.
The quality health care system professionals healthcare requirements, staff, costs, doctors, and services are universalThe quality health care system professionals healthcare requirements, staff, costs, doctors, and services are very costly
The medical institutions in Mexico respond very fast. They don’t keep patients waiting for a longer time in the queue.  The medical institution in USA responds very slow and late. Patients use to wait in the queue to get doctor’s appointments every time. Sometimes it takes 2-3 days for consultations.
The medical reports and other facilities are delivered very fastThe medical reports and other facilities are delivered very slow

Medical insurance in Mexico for travelers

Travelers’ medical insurance is not at all required in Mexico. However, travel medical insurance protects the tourists against any sudden medical emergency, including the one suffering from covid-19 contagion.

Is healthcare free in Mexico? According to the Mexican constitution and institute of health for well-being, all Mexican residents will get guaranteed free access to hospitals, health care, and medicines. The Mexican federal constitution gave full responsibility to the nation to provide national health to the citizens.

How do Mexicans pay for healthcare? Mexicans pay for health care by contributing a part of their income to the IMSS every month as directed by the National Social Security program. Further, the funding is raised by normal taxation from the federal government.

Can US citizens get healthcare in Mexico? In Mexico, you will find two types of Mexican public health insurance: the Instituto de Salud para el Bienestar (INSABI) and the Instituto of Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS) where the IMSS covers everyone including US citizens, foreigners, and expats to get free healthcare.


 Education System in Mexico

In Mexico, the level of education in urban public schools is quite better than in rural public schools. International schools and private schools that offer a higher standard of education are best suited for children of expat families because of the language barriers and low standards in public schools.

Public schools in Mexico:

The basic education system in Mexico is divided into three levels:

  1. Primary school for kids of age 6 to 12
  2. Junior High school for children of age 12 to 15
  3. High school for children of age 15 to 18

Public schools offer free education to rural children. Often the schools are lack resources, facilities and are underfunded.

Public school in Mexico:

In Mexico, you can find many private schools in the big cities that offer good education and are fully funded. While selecting a private school parents must ensure that the school is accredited by the educational authorities of Mexico and visit the school to have a look at the quality and facilities first hand. Parents must go through the curriculum and are advised to contact the school teachers to know the suitability.

International schools in Mexico

For expats and foreigners, international schools are the best solution as they offer an international curriculum taught in both UK and US English, Spanish, German, French, and Japanese. While the educational cost might be expensive it can be negotiated while relocation. Most international schools are situated in large cities such as Monterrey, Mexico city e and Guadalajara

Education System in Mexico vs US

The USA provides free education and textbooks for the students until grade 2. Students need to attend school compulsorily up to a certain age. While in Mexico the schools have to provide education until upper secondary school, afterward parents have to pay for textbooks.

In Mexico, education is hampered due to cultural differences like poverty, language, etc that leads to disturbance in the classroom. Children tend to work after finishing upper secondary school to help their parents. While in the case of the US, the dropout rates at becoming a problem in High schools.

What is the average education level in Mexico?

Most Mexican citizens have a lower educational level. While 63% of people have below upper secondary qualification, the ratio of adults who have studied at least or more than higher secondary education is 37%. Overall we can say that the current graduation rate of citizens in Mexico is 47%.

Cost of Moving

How much does it cost to move to Mexico?

Here’s a list of the overall expenses that you have to plan while moving to Mexico as the moving cost will be slightly more than the cost of living in the very first month in Mexico. The prices are in USD and are calculated foreign exchange rate of 20 MXN to 1 USD.

  • Moving to Mexico airfare- $600
  • Airfare for pets – $600
  • Residency visa – $200 – $400
  • Mexico driver’s license – $30
  • Immigration lawyer fees – $400 – $800

Cost of Shipping

Shipping to Mexico from the USA

Shipping items from the USA to Mexico is a complex process like other countries, domestic and international. One thing you must keep in mind while sending a package is selecting a carrier that can accommodate package size, limited delivery time, and reasonable cost. You can simply need to stick to the rules of Mexican international mail regulations, complete the documentation and send the package.

  • Select a carrier and adhere to shipping regulations: To get reasonable options, Go for the United States postal service (USPS) which may take nearly 6 to 10 business days or even more than private carriers.  You can opt for private carriers like UPS, NEX, DHL, FedEx, etc to send larger venerable packages. This might cost more but it will reach in about 2 to 3 business days
  • Cross-check your package against prohibited import list: Contact Mexico secretariat of finance or any public credit website how to know if your item is restricted from entering Mexico. In case you didn’t do the same your package might get rejected and can also impose a penalty or criminal prosecution.
  • Stick to the terms and conditions to the carrier services of your country for mailing: Contact your carrier to know, if your mailing items are restricted from being sent through their service to Mexico.
  • Cross-check the weight, size, and value of your package against carriers’ limit: Check out your careers website to know the size, weight, and cost requirements of the items being sent to Mexico.
  • Packing your item: Pack your item securely in a sturdy box and cushion them for a smooth transit. Use wide seal tapes to secure the corners and joints and mark the item as fragile, if suitable.
  • Ship your package to Mexico: Create and fill a bill of lading either online or at the office of the carrier. The bill of lading is a receipt of shipment that contains contract details of the shipping service and details of the receiver with the contents in the package. Complete the required customs forms if any and talk to your carrier about insuring your package. Now your package is ready for transit. You can keep tracking the package through their tracking system till it reaches the receiver.

How much does it cost to ship from the US to Mexico?

In the USA you can find many carriers who provide shipping services to Mexico. Listed out the top carrier services for shipping packages to Mexico including their transit times and price for each carrier.

servicepriceDelivery time (depending on the type of service)
USPS$35.65 – $64.253-20 business days
UPS$58.32 – $70.392-10 business days
FedEx$57.43 – $71.233-10 business days
DHL$75.093-6 business days

What is the cheapest way to ship a package to Mexico?

The cheapest way to ship a package to Mexico is the United States postal service (USPS). USPS offers various delivery and cost options while shipping packages to Mexico. You can choose a convenient option with faster delivery at affordable rates.

What items cannot be shipped to Mexico?

The restricted or prohibited items that cannot be imported to Mexico are as follows

  • Alcohol And Tobacco
  • Animal Products
  • Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Chemicals
  • Tea and Coffee Samples
  • Electric Circuits
  • Computer Components
  • Cosmetics
  • Drugs
  • Electronic Equipment
  • Glasses
  • Foodstuffs
  • Jewelry
  • Marijuana
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Mineral Samples
  • Telecommunication and Television Equipment
  • Toxic Gases
  • Toys


Living in Mexico

Every year a large number of expats, mostly Canadians and Americans moving to Mexico due to the lower cost of living and to lead a comfortable lifestyle. It just needs less than $1000 per month for a single individual and less than $1500 for a family of four to live an enjoyable life in Mexico. It depends on the home you live in, the city you stay in, and your lifestyle. If your budget exceeds $2000 in a month, you can easily afford a live-in helper, restaurants, higher-end houses, cook, laundry, and other amenities.

Cost of living in Mexico vs USA

The cost of living in Mexico vs USA is detailed in the table below.

Indices (in a month)Cost of living in MexicoCost of living in USA
Meal in restaurant$120 MXN$305 MXN
Groceries$10 – $200 MXN$30 – $260 MXN
Local Transportation$10 – $35 MXN$15 – $70 MXN
Large vehicles cost within city$350 MXN – $350000 MXN$600 MXN – $450000 MXN
Utilities$1010 MXN$3500 MXN
1 min mobile tariff prepaid$1.89 MXN$2.84 MXN
Internet$550 MXN$1350 MXN
Sports and leisure$75 MXN – $570 MXN$254 MXN – $754
Clothes and shoes$823 MXN – $1530 MXN$893 MXN – $1970 MXN
Rent (varies as per no of rooms and area)$4898 MXN – $15127 MXN$2295 MXN – $44614 MXN
Buying houses$15824MXN$43501 MXN

Living in Mexico as an American

As an American living in Mexico is a wise decision as the dollars go much further. The various plus points for a US Expat to live in Mexico are as follows:

  • The cost of living is very low
  • Purchasing real estate is easy and safe
  • People are very humble and welcoming
  • Regional delicious food with tequila and guacamole
  • World-class destinations and beaches
  • Direct to and fro flights to Mexico from the USA.
  • Affordable for retirees as they avail discount cards with discounts up to 20% on food goods and services.
  • Enjoy lush greenery, enchanting sunrise, calm lake, magnificent cool mountains, world-class shopping vibrant historical centers, etc.
  • The cost of goods and services are less.

Pros & Cons

Pros  Cons
Consistent warm weather throughout the year High Crime Rates
The cost of living is very low for foreigners in MexicoPoor Security System
Visa systems are quite favorable in MexicoPoor Water Quality
Delicious seafood with stunning saucesDeliveries Don’t Reach In Time
Enjoy the beaches of MexicoBusy Nightlife In Almost All Cities Classism Everywhere  
Enjoy numerous entertainment optionsPay An Extra Price For High-Speed Internet
favorable healthcare options Poor Traffic Mismanagement

How much money do you need to live comfortably in Mexico?

For a single individual, the average cost of living in any city of Mexico ranges from $600 to $2000. A single individual is bound to spend more than $1000 as an overall budget.

Monthly expenses  Costs
Internet and home rent$375

Is Mexico safe to live in? Instead of a high crime rate in certain areas, Mexico is still the safest place to live in. Foreigners and expats staying in Mexico city can enjoy the high living quality, and stay safely within the city borders.

Can you live in Mexico as a US citizen? Yes, as a US citizen you can leave in Mexico for 180 days with a visitors visa. However, if you want to stay for more than six months then you can opt for a visa process in Mexico which is very easy to negotiate.

Best Place to live in Mexico


Since Mexicans have always been good towards their guests, this place is great for ex-pats and retirees. It is a port city on the pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula. Ensenada offers an apartment to adjust any price range. People come to this place to lead a simpler life.

Puerto Vallarta

This is a resort town in Jalisco state in Mexico. Widely known for its beaches, water, sports, and clubs, it also has a cobblestone store comprising of the church, boutique shops, and restaurants, and bars.

Mexico City

Mexico City is the capital of the country with a dense population. The city is very serious about safety. But being densely populated the city faces all the issues like interruptions in power, low water pressure, inadequate fire protection, crime.

Lake Chapala

The Lake Chapala is one of the most attractive retirement communities in Mexico, due to its year-round spring weather and very low cost of living.


This city lies in Central Mexico, known for its well-preserved Spanish architecture. It is an overall safe place to be in and to visit. Queretaro has lower rates of crime in caparison to the American cities. Its economy depends upon agriculture and mining.


The city lies in Western Mexico and is famous for tequila and mariachi music. Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco. The city has about 15 lakhs (2015) population. It is the second-largest city in Mexico.


This city has a population of about 4 lakhs (2015), and it covers an area of 85.48km sq. It is the most beautiful state in Mexico. The state has a beautiful mountainous view and a 360 miles coastline.


One of the best cities meant for adventures is Durango. It offers unbeatable skiing and a historic narrow-gauge railroad. The place is safe daylight and night as well.


The city covers an area of around 1336 km sq. The colonial city center’s narrow streets are lined with 17th and 18th-century buildings built from the characteristic pink stone.


Those who prefer a small-town setting should consider Alamos, which is a small colonial town located in an inland valley that is surrounded by magnificent mountains and stunning countryside.


Moving to Mexico with pets

 Since nowadays pets are also a part of a family, so the country offers many favorable conditions for a person to move with pets, one to three pets can be imported free of cost which is more than enough.

It is quite comfortable to move with your pets to Mexico until or unless they have a rabies certificate signed by a certified vet and other important vaccinations.

How much does it cost to take my dog to Mexico? It will cost around $2000 to move to Mexico with your pets, in case you are moving with four to five pets, but if you are moving with one to three pets it will just require a vaccination certificate, no extra charges will be imposed.

Can I move to Mexico with my dogs? Yes, it just requires certificates and you are free to take your dogs anywhere you want to.

With how many pets can I move to Mexico? You can import two pets free of cost. Note that this is a limit imposed on one person, i.e. if you have a family of four members so you can take eight pets. Remember you will have to pay additional fees to import more than 3 pets.

Culture and Climate


Mexican culture has struggled a lot to build its own identity. As a result, the Mexican culture has undergone a lot of transformation.

Let’s take a look at the culture of Mexico:

  • Languages: A large section of people in Mexico speak Spanish. About 93% of people in Mexico speak Spanish and the rest percentage speaks indigenous languages, Mayan, and other such languages.
  • Religion: Around 85 percent of Mexicans are Catholic. There are also small communities of Muslims, Jews, and Buddhists.
  • Values: Family is one of the most important things for Mexicans, they value their families, and are very serious about their responsibilities towards immediate families. As per History, Mexicans have always lived with big families.
  • Food: Mexican cuisine varies broadly across various regions of Mexico. DC Tortillas and other corn dishes are common everywhere. Tequilas made up of agave cactus from Mexico are very famous all around. Mexico being a developed country in terms of beverages has soda as its most popular drink.


The climate in Mexico is tropical with a rainy and dry season. Mountainous regions and any area above sea level may experience cooler temperatures and lower humidity. It receives the most annual rainfall during the rainy season, most regions receive about 50 inches of rain per year.

Usually, the nights and mornings are fresh in Mexico, but the afternoons are warmer. The average temperature between December and mid-March is about65°F, while during the warmer months of March and April thermometers usually go up to 85°F.

What are some cultural facts about Mexico?

  • Mexico has given birth to pizza.
  • Mexico has above 59 varieties of corn.
  • Mexican Spanish has more words than Spain’s Spanish.
  • The first color TV was invented in Mexico.

What are some examples of Mexican culture? The culture of the Mexicans is varied and diverse. Many indigenous groups like Nahuas, Otomis, Mayas, Zapotecs, Tzotzil, etc. The JarabeTapatio is one of the dances in Mexico which is absolutely a treat to the eyes.

What type of climate is in Mexico? The climate in Mexico is dry and mild. Mexico experiences a dry as well as a rainy season.

Is moving to Mexico worth it? Of course, it is. Primarily every time you move to a new place, you get to experience many things. You get to know many people, neighbors in Mexico are quite supportive. You get to save a lot of money and many other investment options, excellent education for children, and many remarkable places to visit across the country. A suitable climate and quality of life make Mexico a good place to live in. If you want to live a big city life, Mexico City fulfills your dream in the most impressive way. This country has a mix of old traditions and contemporary culture, which makes it a remarkable place to reside.


Mexico is a perfect country to move to opt for a new lifestyle and experience a new way of living. It already offers the most important thing i.e. low cost of living which is an added supremacy to what a person looks for while moving. The country is rich in all the adventurous activities, beauty of nature, and remarkable beaches. Medical aid and affordable housing are available everywhere. Affordable healthcare programs along with government aid regardless of ability to pay is also a benefit. Mexico’s culture is so vibrant and loving with a lot of characteristic architecture designed with a pink stone. And finally, the most important thing food in Mexico is outstanding. Therefore, you won’t regret moving to Mexico, it will be fruitful.

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