The Best Cities to Live in Mexico

Have you ever wondered what makes the magic of your favourite destinations, and what makes people living in this places stay and share with their visitors the joy of living there?


Thinking in this, the Gabinete de Comunicación Estratégica (Strategic Communication Cabinet, a private Statistics and Research agency) has been researching and publishing a study of the “Most Inhabitable Cities in Mexico” since 2012. This research encompasses the point of view of each city’s inhabitants about their quality of life, their satisfaction with public services, and the performance of their local government office.


The sum of this factors, according to the ‘Cabinet’, gives us a good perspective on the current situation of each city, and invites us to add them to our ‘Places-to-visit’ list… Just picture yourself taking a vacation in places that are not just amazing, but considered by its inhabitants as perfect to make a living in.


According to this study the city of Merida was voted to the overall first place, in the state of Yucatan. A charming city that you definitely must visit, in which you will be able to delight in unique flavours and enjoy its Colonial architecture.


Followed close, in their citizen’s perception, by the city of Saltillo in the state of Coahuila, Aguascalientes in the homonymous state, Mazatlán in Sinaloa, and Cancun in the state of Quintana Roo.

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This study shows not only perception, but the true feeling and living of Mexican citizens, which in some way guarantees that your visit to these destinations will be one of the best experiences in your life.

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Live the charm of Merida and discover why its inhabitants voted it. Stay in one of its fascinating hotels, and once there, make your adventure even more interesting by discovering the Mexican southeast. You can find the best way to fly throughout these destinations… And, don’t forget to share with us your experience and your opinion about where you consider as the best places to live in Mexico.


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