Cuisine in


Spend four weeks living in one of the biggest cities in the world while savoring and learning about Mexico's unique cuisine.

Chapter Details


Mexico City, Mexico


Starting at $3,199




4 weeks

Chapter Dates


Feb 6 - March 5, 2022

What to expect:

Call home to Mexico's vibrant capital city where there is no end to things to do and places to see.

Learn about local foods, their origins and treat your taste buds to the amazing flavors of Mexican cuisine.

Art, museums, cantinas, and some of the best restaurants in the world. 

Meet incredible people from all around the world in one of the most lively cities.  

Continue to work remotely with confidence and ease.

Savor every moment.

Mexico's vibrant lifestyle can be found everywhere you turn. You can taste it in the rich flavors and spices, you can see it through the lively night life, and you can feel it in the upbeat pulse of the city. As one of the largest cities in the world, you'll never run out of things to do.


Enjoy a month experiencing Mexico's zest for life first hand as you immerse yourself in this incredible community, savoring world-class tacos, moles, empanadas, elotes and so much more!

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We've got wifi and more.

The Mexico City Chapter includes access to a conveniently located co-working space, which offers fast wifi, and isn't too far from your home. 

Should your work requirements find you needing more than just a quiet workspace, you can also have access to private offices, video call booths, a printer and scanner, a cafe, and meeting rooms at additional cost.

Plus, we've found great local cafes and restaurants to use as Sojrn Spaces - places you're always welcome to pop into for a chat, to get some work done, or grab a bite to eat with other Chapter members. 

Bienvenido a casa.

The Cuisine in Mexico City Sojrn offers two accommodation options for your choosing. Scroll to see example photos.

  • Standard - $3,199   |   A private room in a shared apartment in the center of Mexico City. Rooms come furnished with a double bed, Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen and space to work or relax. 

  • Private - $3,999   |   A private, centrally located apartment that comes furnished with a double bed, Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen and space to work or relax. 


PS: If you book private accommodations with someone (shared bed), the second person gets 50% off of their Sojrn.

Experience Mexico City.

Protected by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage, Mexico's cuisine is unique in flavor and rich in history. With Mexico City as your guide, we've designed this chapter to help you understand and savor this vibrant place and its incredible cuisine.



Street Food

Welcome to Mexico City! This week you’ll get the inside scoop on the best local delicacies and where to find them around the city.


Learn how to find (and order) at the local favorite street stands. Introduce your palette to new flavors and savor some familiar ones too!

Included Activities:

  • Insider Guided Street Tour

  • Welcome Dinner

  • Exploration walk

Optional Activities:

  • Tacos & Cocktails Evening


The Market

This week is all about seeing how Mexican ingredients have so heavily influenced some of the most iconic foods in the world. Learn to find fresh, locally grown produce and turn them into something wonderful.

Included Activity: 

  • Guided visit to La Merced Market

Optional Activities:

  • Puebla foodie overnight trip

  • Ancient recipes dinner

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Cook the Classics

You have tasted the local flavors, sourced the best ingredients, know it's time to learn how to create some local specialities at home. This week, you will learn the art of preparing a stand out meal with classic Mexican dishes.

Included Activity:

  • Cooking Class

Optional Activities:

  • Mezcal Tasting

  • Weekend trip to Oaxaca


Culinary Artists

Home to some of the top rated restaurants in the world, enjoy the experiential chefs of Mexico City who add artistic modern twists to local classics and mindfully observe how they compare to your new favorite local cantinas.

Included activities:

  • Fine Dining Experience

  • Farewell Dinner 

Optional Activities:

  • Visit to Monte Albán

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What's Included:

We've covered the basics so you can arrive at your new home feeling like a local. Full program includes:

  • Living accommodation 

  • Access to Sojrn Spaces (co-workspaces and partner cafes)

  • Great wifi

  • Four included activities (one per week)

  • Chapter guide with pre-travel prep, important information, menu of curated optionals, and more

  • Two group meals

  • Community of chapter-mates

  • A local host 

  • Transportation to/from the airport

What's Not:

Our Sojrn Chapters are created to cater to your needs and allow you the most amount of flexibility and control over how you spend your time and money. As such, these items are left for you to arrange at your discretion:

  • Airfare

  • Meals (unless otherwise noted)

  • Optional activities/experiences

  • Insurance

  • Visas and related fees 

Additional Information


All accommodation tiers consist of a private bedroom within walking distance of local facilities. We use a combination of shared apartments and studios in a centrally-located neighborhood. For shared apartments, you will be matched with other Sojrn participants (usually 2-3 bedroom apartments) but you will always have a private bedroom. Bathrooms are often rarely shared with more than one person. If you would like to guarantee having your own apartment, please select private accommodation when booking. Your home away from home will always come furnished, inclusive of:

  • Wireless internet
  • All utilities
  • Basic kitchenware
  • Sheets and bath towels
If you book private accommodations with someone (shared bed), the second person gets 50% off of their Sojrn.

Sojrn Spaces

We know that having reliable Wi-Fi is crucial to the success of working remotely. Our workspace is normally located within walking distance and is set up for you to open your laptop and get work done. Your workspace comes with:

  • High-speed internet
  • Air-conditioning
  • Private rooms on request
  • Video call booths
  • Printer and scanner
We have also created partnerships with local businesses to create Sojrn Spaces - places you can pop into for reliable wifi, familiar faces, and a bite to eat. (Think Central Perk in Friends)


Besides the two group meals at the beginning and end of your stay, there is no set meal plan so you are free to eat what you want, when you want. Your Chapter guide will include a list of recommendations for grocery shopping and restaurants.


Flights are not included. For this chapter, you should fly into Mexico City Airport. If you fly in on Day 1 of the Chapter, we include an airport transfer to your accommodation.


In-destination budgets vary depending upon your personal spending habits when it comes to food, travel, local adventures and other personal expenses. It is possible to live in Mexcio city very cheaply if you're making most of your meals at home. We would suggest a minimum additional budget of $800 for the full 4 weeks for thrify spenders. However, if you plan on doing multiple optional activities and eating at restaurants for most of your stay, budget at least $1,800. Example pricing for Mexico

  • Typical Breakfast: $6
  • Typical lunch: $10
  • Tasty dinner: $20


To participate in this program, only a tourist visa is necessary. Visa requirements will vary depending upon nationality. HERE is a great resource to figure out what the visa requirements are for you. Please note: While we will help point you in the right direction, Sojrn is not responsible for any participant’s inability to obtain the correct visa for any given chapter and cancellation fees will apply if a participant is denied the proper visa.


The health and safety of our customers is always our top priority. Each Chapter will have clear Covid-19 guidelines in place based on local requirements. As local ordinances are being updated regularly, we will share Sojrn policies closer to the program start date. We reserve the right to update these on an ongoing basis per the available data and recommendations of local authorities. For more information on our COVID protocols, please visit our FAQ page.

Online Portal

A month before your Sojrn, you will be invited to an online hub where you can connect with chaptermates, meet your local host, and get access to the Chapter Guide, which has all the information you need to have a successful Sojrn. Through this online hub, you can also book optionals and access resources that will supplement your learning.

In-Country Support

Part of the benefit of traveling with Sojrn is the support we provide throughout your experience. From an on the ground local host, to our team at HQ, there is always someone available to help solve any issues you may encounter.

Local Host

Every chapter has a local host on hand throughout the 4 weeks of the Chapter with the aim of making sure you have everything you need to have a relaxing, productive and inspiring time in your temporary home. Between the local host and Sojrn HQ, there is someone available 24/7 to help with any issues you might have.

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