Disabled people in Mexico City
Mexico City

Disabled people in Mexico City

Check out several tips for disabled people in Mexico City. Taking a trip with someone with special needs requires, more than ever, that you make a good schedule. Knowing the attractions adapted for them, transport with ramps and elevators, hotels composed of rooms with reduced mobility and others, are some of the important points to consider. Read this article and stay on top of everything about it!

Disabled people in Mexico City

After reading this article, check out our tips about how to save a lot of money on your trip to Mexico City. It is the most accessed article on our blog and will help you a lot with all the trip planning. There are several unmissable tips that will save you A LOT of cash and set up your entire trip to Mexico City.

Is Mexico City accessible for the disabled or not?

The first question that many of our readers should be asking themselves is: is Mexico City accessible for the disabled people or not? Well, let’s go. Like many other countries, unfortunately Mexico, in general, and this includes, of course, the city we are referring to, still lacks in this regard. There, you are already starting to see places 100% accessible to people in need, but you also come across others that do not have anything more focused on this aspect. Below, we will explain better how each item works in this area of accessibility, so you can understand it well and plan for it.

Tourist attractions and accessibility for the disabled people in Mexico City

Some tourist attractions in Mexico City are not yet prepared to receive all kinds of public that attend them. However, let’s go to those who, in our opinion, are super fit for you to go with someone in need and guarantee total fun in your itinerary. Starting with the Chapultepec Forest. For those who don’t know, this is one of the main parks there, with one of the most beautiful green areas in the entire locality. And look how cool: both the park (with ramps and access roads) and the museum inside (with elevators) are super enabled for any audience at any time!

Chapultepec Forest in Mexico City

Another very nice attraction that you can include in your list in Mexico City without fear is the Historic Center. There you have amazing places like: Palace of Fine Arts, Constitution Square, Latin American Tower and others. And, the best part: they can all be accessed from Rua I Francisco Madero (street), which is car-free. A tip is that, as these places are very busy throughout most of the year, choose a good time and with less flow, so you don’t have to dodge anyone and have more comfort throughout your schedule.

Historic Center in Mexico City

Also in this theme of qualified tourist attractions for the disabled people in Mexico City, include the Monument and National Museum of the Revolution in this itinerary. Whether in the attic, where the monument is basically located, or even the viewpoint, know that everything there has total accessibility for its visitors. A tip, for example, is to take advantage of the fact that to climb to the top you need to take the panoramic elevator and enjoy each landscape in a delicious and pleasant walk there. It’s awesome!

Monument and National Museum of the Revolution in Mexico City

Restaurants and accessibility for the disabled people in Mexico City

If you’re wondering about places to dine in Mexico City, rest assured, many of them are great for people with special needs and offer high standard treatments to the general public. One that we recommend a lot, for example, is El Asador Argentino, which has 2 branches there and, as its name suggests, serves the best Argentine cuisine in the region. This property is beautiful, with impeccable decor and easy access to all areas.

El Asador Argentino restaurant in Mexico City

Accommodation and accessibility for the disabled people in Mexico City

Now, to close this story with a flourish, let’s go to the accommodations there. Of course, there are many which are not prepared to receive with mastery those with special needs. However, there are also several that already have rooms for the public with reduced mobility, larger bathrooms with handrails, among others. Our indications are: NH Mexico City Centro Historico, Hotel Ritz Ciudad de Mexico and Nh Collection Mexico City Reforma.

NH Mexico City Centro Histórico hotel - Booking

How to use your cell phone in Mexico City

Being able to use the Internet from your cell phone in Mexico City is very worthwhile. The tourist attractions, restaurants, shopping malls and beaches have great applications. In addition, you save by not having to rent a GPS for the car with the rental company, you can search the addresses and times of the places, see the weather forecast to plan for the tours and beaches, stay connected with everyone through applications and post your photos of Mexico City on social networks.

Woman using cell phone on the beach

If you want, see all our tips to use your cell phone in Mexico City. It’s super cheap and you’ll be able to use your cell phone all day and anywhere. And, you can also search all about disabled people in Mexico City for when you’re there.

Important tips to enjoy much more your trip to Mexico City

Now that we have given you all the tips about disabled people in Mexico City, here are some more suggestions that will make your trip even better. Mexico City is a very big city and its tourist spots and beaches are concentrated in some regions, so being well located makes all the difference. If you haven’t already booked your hotel, be sure to check out our article Where to stay in Mexico City, with tips from the best regions and also how to get a great hotel at a great price (and find all inclusive hotels and resorts on sale).

Mexico City Center

Another good tip is that many people think it is not worthwhile to rent a car in Mexico City, but it all depends on how your trip will be. If you are staying at the hotel every day, it really is not worth it. But, if you are going on tours, want to go to shopping malls and tourist spots, they are all a little bit apart and the car is great for getting around.

With the car, you have more comfort and freedom, not to mention the economy, because with the value of the transport that you will spend from the airport to the hotel and vice versa, you have already paid the rent of a car for almost 5 days. If you want to know all the tips on the subject and how to get incredible prices, see our full article about how to rent a car in Mexico City.

Travel car rental service

Don’t forget about travel insurance to Mexico City

Another tip is to not forget to take international travel insurance to Mexico City, as it is very important and no one should leave the country without one. If you want, read our article about travel insurance for Mexico City and see tips on how to get good insurance at an incredible price. It is super cheap and very worth it.

Where to buy the cheapest tickets for tours and tourist attractions in Mexico City

A good suggestion to save money is to buy tickets, tours and excursions in advance online. It costs a lot less and you don’t waste time in lines there in Mexico City. We have done a lot of research and the site that always has the best prices is this Mexico City tickets website. They are the biggest tours tickets website in the world.

Sunset in Mexico City

The unmissable tours that cannot be left out of your trip in any way are: the excursion to Isla Mujeres, excursion to X-Caret or Xel-Há (two incredible natural parks), the Coco Bongo party and the excursion to Chichén Itzá, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. It also has the swim with dolphins which is incredible. Virtually all tours pick you up at your hotel and drop you back there.

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