Mexico offers foreign residents plenty of choices in regard to locations for living, working or retirement.
Place is personal, subjective, and important—and as you consider places to live in Mexico, Mexperience helps you to consider your choices and shortlist locations that may suit your lifestyle needs.
Discover locations to live, work or retire in Mexico
To help you discover and explore potential places to live here, Mexperience publishes a curated list of locations to consider for living, working or retirement in Mexico—organized by popularity and notoriety and classified by the location type.
Our articles introduce you to key places where many foreign residents live now, emerging locations that are becoming increasingly popular with foreign residents, as well as those places that are less well known, or situated off-the-beaten path. We also publish a selection of detailed guides of places to live in Mexico:
Discover the most popular places to live in Mexico
Discover locations that have for a long time, or in recent times, garnered considerable popularity with foreign residents (retirees and others) and have active communities of interest established at the location.
Discover emerging locations to live in Mexico
Discover locations that have, in recent years, been catching the attention of foreign residents and have fledgling or developing communities of interest present there.
Discover underexplored locations to live in Mexico
Discover places that do not have significant numbers of foreign residents already established and are generally ‘off-the-beaten-path’ for most foreigners considering Mexico for living and retirement. These places can offer attractions that may be of interest to some potential foreign residents and retirees seeking someplace more traditional, unusual, and with a lower concentration of foreign residents living there.
Detailed living guides
For detailed guides to selected places to live and work or retire, connect to our section with Guides to Living Places in Mexico
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