7 Must-See Mexico City Airbnbs That Will Take You South Of The Border

Mexico City is perhaps best known for its handcrafted smoky mezcal, ancient ruins, and unparalleled cuisine, but the Central American city is also home to the most impressive rising stars in the design industry. Some of the young designers are even returning to the country’s most beloved style: organic modernism, whose combination of sophisticated interiors and natural elements paved the way for indoor-outdoor living. After all, few countries make a transitional design that connects interiors and exteriors like Mexico does, which is why design enthusiasts and jet-setters are making their way under the border in droves.

If you’re planning on heading to Ciudad de Mexico to see for yourself, avoid the sprawling resorts and renowned hotels. Instead, opt for a charming property on Airbnb. From a two-bedroom apartment inspired by traditional artist residences to a 1950s bungalow with a 40-foot-long pool, searches on Airbnb are like authentic Mexican cultural havens. Plus, the carne asada tacos and spicy margaritas are much better on a patio overlooking the Bosque de Chapultepec than in a gated resort.

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