In its continued support for remote work, Airbnb has partnered up with Mexico City’s government and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to highlight the region as a remote work haven.
Since the onset of the pandemic, Mexico City has become a hub for remote workers and digital nomads. While some locals have become disillusioned by increased traffic driving the price of living up, it appears that the city is pushing forth with presenting itself as an ideal location for these professionals.
“Creativity is the source from which culture emanates. Therefore, it must be a source of universal growth that we support and strengthen,” said Frédéric Vacheron, UNESCO representative for Mexico.
“Mexico City is synonymous with creative tourism. It has more museums than any other global city, other than London. It’s linguistic diversity encompasses at least 55 of the 68 indigenous languages, and it is the entity in Mexico that has the most UNESCO declarations, among which include the UNESCO city networks such as the Creative City of Design, City of Learning and Inclusive City.”