Do you want to travel but don’t have the money right now? Do you worry that there won’t be enough time to save for your travel goals?
Cultural Travel Guide - Your Guide to planning a trip and enriching your travelling life
As the organized traveler that I am, the travel budget is one of the key aspects of my trip planning. And I am always looking to improve the way I do things both personally and for my business.
A friend recently recommended a software program called YNAB You Need A Budget (no affiliation) which deals with budgets and expense tracking.
And in my recent trip to the Center of the Universe (at least by a New Yorker’s standards) I was very aware of my role as the outsider, as someone who definitely doesn’t look from these parts.
But what would I call myself?
The country of Mexico offers endless cultural travel opportunities, from incredible history, to incredible art and food.
If you’re in Mexico City and don’t want to go too far for this trip, there are two side trips I recommend you do.
You now have a general idea of how to navigate Mexico City and two itineraries (Day 1: Chapultepec and Day 2: Coyoacán) to choose from so that you take advantage of the extra days you may have after a business trip.
As I said before, Mexico City is a vast and complex city, but you don’t need to worry about that, because I’ve written this series to make it very simple for you.