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WHICH COUNTRIES REQUIRE A VISA TO ENTER MEXICO?

We put at your disposal an updated list of the countries that require a VISA to enter Mexico, this is requested for recreational, business or any unpaid activity in Mexico, as well as not exceeding 180 days.

Said VISA, you can process it at any Mexican Embassy in your country of origin and thus do not have any impediment to enter the country.

Latin
America 
and the Caribbean

 

  • Antigua y Barbuda                                               
  • Brasil  
  • Cuba
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Guyana
  • Haití
  • Honduras
  • Nicaragua
  • República Dominicana
  • San Cristobal y Nieves
  • Santa Lucía
  • Surinam
  • Venezuela

Europe

 

Albania

  • Bielorrusia
  • Bosnia Herzegovina
  • Macedonia del Norte
  • Moldavia
  • Montenegro
  • Rusia
  • Santa Sede
  • Serbia
  • Ucrania

Oceania

 

Fiji

  • Islas Salomón
  • Kiribati
  • Nauru
  • Papúa Nueva Guinea
  • Samoa
  • Tonga
  • Tuvalu
  • Vanuatu
Asia:

 

Afganistán

  • Arabia Saudita
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaiján
  • Bahreín
  • Bangladesh
  • Brunei
  • Bután
  • Camboya
  • China
  • Corea del Norte
  • Filipinas
  • Georgia
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Irak
  • Irán
  • Jordania
  • Kazajistán
  • Kirguistán
  • Kuwait
  • Laos
  • Líbano
  • Maldivas
  • Mongolia
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal
  • Omán
  • Pakistán
  • Palestina
  • Qatar
  • Siria
  • Sri Lanka
  • Tailandia
  • Taiwán
  • Tayikistán
  • Timor Oriental
  • Turkmenistán
  • Turquía
  • Uzbekistán
  • Vietnam
  • Yemen
África:

 

Angola

  • Benín
  • Botsuana
  • Burkina Faso
  • Burundi
  • Cabo Verde
  • Camerún
  • Chad
  • Comoras
  • Congo
  • Costa de Marfil
  • Djibouti
  • Egipto
  • Eritrea
  • Esuatini (antes Suazilandia)
  • Etiopía
  • Gabón
  • Gambia
  • Ghana
  • Guinea
  • Guinea Bissau
  • Guinea Ecuatorial
  • Kenia
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Libia
  • Madagascar
  • Malawi
  • Mali
  • Marruecos
  • Mauricio
  • Mauritania
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • Níger
  • Nigeria
  • República Centroafricana
  • República Democrática del Congo
  • República Saharaui
  • Ruanda
  • Santo Tomé y Príncipe
  • Senegal
  • Seychelles
  • Sierra Leona
  • Somalia
  • Sudáfrica
  • Sudán
  • Sudán del Sur
  • Tanzania
  • Togo
  • Túnez
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabue

What countries and people DO NOT REQUIRE A VISA to enter Mexico?


The countries that will not require a visa to enter Mexico are:

Member countries of the Pacific Alliance; Chile, Colombia and Peru.

The countries that make up the Schengen Area; Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Sweden and Switzerland.

People who present:

Document proving permanent residence in Canada, the United States of America, Japan, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Valid and current visa from Canada, the United States of America, Japan, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or any of the countries that make up the Schengen Area. APEC Business Traveler Card (ABTC) approved by Mexico. Certificate that accredits him as a member of the crew of the aircraft in which he above. Sea record, if you are a member of the crew of the vessel that arrives at a Mexican port on an international voyage. If the crew member arrives by air to join a ship anchored in a national port, he must present, in addition to the sea book, a document proving his enrollment, the data of the vessel and the Mexican port in which it is located. For more information consult the page: https://www.gob.mx/inm 

AIRPORTS

The Mexico City International Airport, AICM serves the metropolitan area of ​​the capital of Mexico, with a large number of flights throughout the country, international and intercontinental. It is also a connection point between Latin America, the United States and Canada.

It is located 10 km east of the historic center of Mexico City. The airport has two terminals (T1 and T2) open 24 hours a day, 2 km apart and connected by an Aerotren (exclusively for passengers with boarding passes and crew members) and buses for the general public.

Travel time AICM to WTC: 35 minutes.

Travel Time AICM to the Historic Center: 28 minutes.

Felipe Ángeles AIFA International Airport, located at the Santa Lucía Military Air Base, in Zumpango, State of Mexico. For now it has a limited number of international flights, giving a little more national services.

It is located 44 km north of the historic center of Mexico City. It has 28 contact positions with boarding bridge, 5 contact positions with boarding through the platform and 12 remote positions. Making a total of 45 boarding positions.

Travel time AIFA to WTC: 2 hours 13 minutes.

Travel Time AIFA to the Historic Center: 2 hours 10 minutes.

ACCOMMODATION

Bel Air Unique Mexico City WTC, Trademark by Wyndham

WTC / 200 meters away

Contact: Jessica Aguayo / Phone: 333-661-81-92 / Email: gerencia@convention-meetings.com


Description: TrademarkCollection by Wyndham features independent signature hotels that showcase unique destinations worldwide. Guest rooms are thoughtfully appointed with amenities that make your stay comfortable and unforgettable. Experience the area on your own terms and celebrate the individuality of this hotel, run by passionate people who bring its authentic spirit to life. That’s travel—redefined.

Characteristics: Standard with one or 2 beds

Regular rate: $2,226
Preferred rate: $1,980

Booking Code: América Digital

Dakota No. 95, Col. Nápoles, Del. Benito Juárez, Ciudad de México, 03810

Bel Air Business Mexico City WTC, Trademark by Wyndham

WTC / 200 meters away.

Contact: Jessica Aguayo / Phone: 333-661-81-92 / Email: gerencia@convention-meetings.com


Description: TrademarkCollection by Wyndham features independent signature hotels that showcase unique destinations worldwide. Guest rooms are thoughtfully appointed with amenities that make your stay comfortable and unforgettable. Experience the area on your own terms and celebrate the individuality of this hotel, run by passionate people who bring its authentic spirit to life. That’s travel—redefined.

Characteristics: Standard with one or 2 beds

Regular rate: $1.784
Preferred rate: $1.650

Booking Code: América Digital

Dakota No. 95, Col. Nápoles, Del. Benito Juárez, Ciudad de México, 03810

Fiesta Inn Insurgentes Viaducto

WTC / 750 meters away.

Contacto: Brenda Aguirre


Description: It is the place for the traveler who seeks a balance in his trip. At Fiesta Inn we want to see you succeed, which is why we are your ally so that you can achieve your goals and find the perfect space to be productive. Of course, we like you to relax too; so in our hotels in Mexico you will get an excellent rest in comfortable rooms with a warm atmosphere. Enjoy the facilities, functional areas, services and amenities that will allow you to meet the objective of each accommodation.

Characteristics: Standard with one or 2 beds

Regular rate: $1.977
Preferred rate: $1.792,50

Booking Code: G1OH0U@INS Ó AMERICA DIGITAL  

Av. Insurgentes Sur 553, Escandón II Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11800 Ciudad de México, CDMX

Courtyard by Marriott Mexico City Revolución

WTC  / 2.7 km away

Description:At Courtyard Mexico City Revolución, we surround our guests with thoughtful amenities and functional layouts, allowing you to find your most creative and successful self. Many of the area’s top attractions, including the Mexico City World Trade Center, the National Museum of Anthropology, and the Pepsi® Center WTC, are within walking distance of our hotel.

Characteristics: Standard with 2 or 1 double bed.

Regular rate: $1.977
Preferred rate: $1.690

Booking Code: América Digital

Av. Revolución 333, Tacubaya, Miguel Hidalgo, 11870 Ciudad de México, CDMX, México

Marriot Reforma

WTC / 4,5 Km away


Characteristics: Standard with 1 King or 2 double beds.

Regular rate: $4.010
Preferred rate: $3.460

Booking Code: América Digital

Paseo de la Reforma 276, Col Juárez Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México México

Hyatt Regency Mexico Ciudad de México Insurgentes

WTC / 5,8 Km away.


Characteristics: Standard with 1 King or 2 double beds.

Regular rate: $4.813,60

Preferred rate: $4.376

Booking Code: América Digital

Av Insurgentes S 724, Col Nápoles Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México, México

InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

Polanco / 6.3 km away.

  • Contacto: Viridiana Flores

Characteristics: Standard with 1 or 2 King beds

Regular rate: $6.861

Preferred rate: $6.237

  • Booking Code: América Digital

Campos Eliseos 218, Col Chapultepec Polanco, Delegación Miguel Hidalgo Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México México

City Plus Reforma El Angel

Reforma / 4.6 km away.


Characteristics:

  • Standard 1 bed, includes continental breakfast
  • Standard 2 double beds, includes continental breakfast.
Standard 1 bed, includes continental breakfast.
Regular rate: $2.098,80

Preferred rate: $1.908

Standard 2 double beds, includes continental breakfast.
Regular rate: $2.229

Preferred rate: $2.025,00

Booking Code: América Digital

Av Paseo de la Reforma 334, Col Juárez Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México México

VISITA MÉXICO

Mexico is a country with abundant and diverse cultural, natural, and gastronomic wealth, which is why we share with you some places of interest near Mexico City that you may be interested in visiting.

(Nahuatl: Teōtihuácān, “Place where the gods were made; city of the gods”) is the name given to what was one of the largest cities in Mesoamerica during pre-Hispanic times. The place name is of Nahuatl origin and was used by the Mexicas, but the name given to it by its inhabitants is unknown.

From Mexico City it can be reached through the Mexico-Pachuca highway, exiting at Av. Insurgentes Norte, until it connects with the Ecatepec-Pirámides highway. There is also access from the Mexico-Tuxpan and Arco Norte highways, as well as the free highway Mexico-Teotihuacan. It is located 48 km from Mexico City, approximately 1:00 hr by road.

  It has an access cost of $85 MX approximately 5 USD For more information visit https://www.inah.gob.mx/zonas/23-zona-arqueologica-de-teotihuacan

Guarded by the Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl volcanoes, from the northern sierra with its atmosphere of mist and color to the south in the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán valley with its landscapes full of cacti; For this and more, Puebla is the best option for your next trip. Meanwhile, the historic center of the capital of Puebla built with domes, towers, bells, talavera, brick and white mortar has been declared since 1987 as “Cultural Heritage of Humanity” by UNESCO.

The crafts of the people of Puebla have elevated Mexico with the magical hands of the indigenous people, tradition and customs is a mystical legacy. The talavera from Puebla, one of the crafts that represent Puebla in the world, Unesco declared the intangible cultural heritage of humanity to the artisan processes for the elaboration of the Talavera in Puebla.

You will marvel at its 10 Magical Towns, waterfalls, lagoons, national parks, trails and the great reserve of Tehuacán-Cuicatlán. The gastronomy recognized throughout Mexico by the creative hands of the nuns of the Pueblan convents.

It is located 133 km from Mexico City, approximately 2:30 hours by road For more information visit https://www.visitpuebla.mx/es/

Querétaro is a geographical jewel of Mexico that has the most diverse tourist attractions for all tastes and interests that seek an alternative in the center of the country.

From the rich mix between the contemporaneity of its Creative Metropolis with the vibrant past of its Historic Center, to the natural wonders of its Sierra Gorda, through the culinary appeal of its Wine and Cheese Region or the pure air and tranquility of its Bosques y Campos del Sur, Querétaro has it all.

It is located 211 km from Mexico City, approximately 3:00 hrs by road For more information visit https://queretaro.travel/

The Valle de Bravo dam is the attraction most appreciated by many of the visitors; At its pier you can rent boats to walk or fish. You can also practice water skiing, for this it is not necessary to have experience, since a short course is taken right there before entering the water.

For lovers of sailing, the Santa María Sailing Club offers you the option of renting the necessary equipment to carry out this activity. Enjoy the freedom of the heights by paragliding, hang gliding or ultralight, for this the viewpoint of the Monte Alto Park has a ramp where many of the intrepid launch into adventure. This park has cabins, a camping area and an area of ​​677 hectares with forest and paths suitable for walking or cycling.

It is located 140 km from Mexico City, approximately 2:30 hours by road For more information visit https://turismo.edomex.gob.mx/valle_bravo 

Explore hilltop archaeological ruins, admire one of the best examples of New Spain religious architecture in a convent, and appreciate local crafts.

TRANSPORTATION IN MEXICO CITY

There is a 24-hour private taxi service, as well as a bus service. The approximate cost of a taxi ride from the airport to the event area is US$15. 

Services are also available such as uber and Didi

WHERE TO GO IN MEXICO CITY?

Mexico City has multiple places that you have to visit. Here are some recommendations for you to enjoy your visit to the capital of the country.

If you ask the inhabitants of Mexico City which symbol best represents the city, nine out of ten will name the Angel. It is officially known as the Monument to Independence and has guarded its own gazebo on Paseo de la Reforma since the centennial celebrations of Mexican Independence in 1910.

Among the diez Glorietas de Reforma, it is one that few visitors will miss, but about which not much is known.

The monument was designed and built by the architect Antonio Rivas Mercado.

His house is now a museum,

but he is perhaps best known for his Palacio Municipal en Tlalpan.

Near the Ángel de la Independencia roundabout there are restaurants and shopping centers that you can visit and get to know this emblematic place

It is one of the best museums in the city, it is a place with as much history as the museum where it is located. Having been an imperial and presidential residence, it is one of the places with the best views of the city.

The castle houses the national history museum. Located at the top of Cerro del Chapulín, it is one of the most important points of the city since the thirteenth century.

The history of the museum begins in 1825 when the first president of independent Mexico, Guadalupe Victoria, ordered the creation of a National Mexican Museum.

It is the largest artistic venue in the country and has been for decades. It is the headquarters of the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INBAL). It hosts the National Theater Company, the National Symphony Orchestra, the National Opera Company, the Folkloric Ballet of Mexico and the Orchestra of the Chamber of Fine Arts. It has a capacity of 1,700 people.

At the entrance to the theater you can see mascarons of Tlaloc and Chaac, the deities of rain and water for the Mexicas and Mayas. These were designed by Gianette Fiorenzo. The arch on the stage portrays the muses with Apollo, this was built in Hungary in the workshop of Géza Maróti. The most impressive is the glass curtain made up of around a million pieces made by Tiffany’s in New York. It is unique in the world and weighs 24 tons. It contains Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl in the center. surrounded by landscapes of Yautepec and Oaxaca.

You can consult the complete schedule of events in the portal web de Bellas Artes.

The Zócalo of Mexico City is the center of the City and of Mexico as well.

The sites listed below are the first you’ll find in and around this great national square, the sites that immediately surround the square.

To go even further, you can also go:

The Zócalo area is probably the most loaded place to see and experience in all of Mexico City. The links above and below will help you find your way.

It is much more than the  10 Glorietas that make it up, although these are also quite interesting. It is the main thoroughfare of the entire metropolis and crosses skyscrapers, a dozen neighborhoods and a large part of the history of the Mexican Republic.

Some Reform sections are too broad to include here.

  • There is a whole section of Chapultepec Park.

  • The Zona Rosa, which has inspired many generations, and which, coincidentally, is also the stretch of Reforma that runs through the most important commercial district in Mexico City. Of course, there are hundreds of other places to visit next right to Paseo de la Reforma.

  • Art Museumm – Some of the largest in the world.
  • History Museums From ancient history to the 20th century.
  • House-Museum – Houses that are also museums like Frida Kahlo’s
  • INAHThe National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico endorses some of the most important sites in the city.
  • INBALMilitary MuseumsWhat is important behind the sites endorsed by the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature.
  • Museums NightThe most important museums remain open one night of the month for the nocturnal spirits.
  • Other MuseosFrom the most extravagant to the most unknown
  • Science and Technology MuseumsIncreasingly important beyond the area of ​​your interest.
  • UNAM MuseumsThe museums of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Here you can review the complete guide to museums in Mexico City https://www.museosdemexico.com/museos-ciudad-de-mexico/

Long the most visited by international guests, are some of the neighborhoods that have historically welcomed visitors from around the world and continue to do so. The Roma-Condesa area is generally divided north-south by Avenida Insurgentes, with only a portion of Roma Norte west of Insurgentes. Most of Rome is to the east.

Along the way, Avenida Álvaro Obregón is one of the most important thoroughfares.

But there’s still a world of things to see and do even while enjoying these neighborhoods. Both Roma and Condesa have some of the best art galleries in the city. That’s on top of tree-lined streets, endless restaurants, and plenty of parks and plazas. Any Condesa and Roma Visitors Guide should give you at least that much to go on.

San Angel is a quiet and picturesque neighborhood located to the south of the city.

It is a native town of the Álvaro Obregón delegation, in Mexico City, closely associated for historical, urban planning and functional reasons with the neighborhoods of Tizapán, Chimalistac, Altavista, and Tlacopac.

Its current name comes from the San Ángel Mártir school, which was founded by the Carmelite order, being its main historical monument, which is a museum of colonial art.

Xochimilco has long been a major draw for visitors from other countries who come to Mexico City. It’s hard to say no to canal walks through acres and acres of flower gardens. But Xochimilco is also an ancient community, proud of never having been fully subjugated by the ruling Mexica (Aztec) empire.

The mayor’s office is divided into 18 “barrios” and 14 “pueblos.” What was once an extensive system of lakes and canals that connected almost the entire Valley of Mexico is today a series of chinampas, floating or semi-floating artificial islands.

You can meet any of the piers here. Do not miss the Historic Center and the 17 Original Neighborhoods. The surroundings are home to unique original villages of exceptional character. And even if you’re not in the market for plants, nurseries, greenhouses, and garden stores will give you a good idea of ​​how alive Xochimilco is to this day.

Coyoacán is probably, together with Roma and Condesa, the best-known neighborhood in Mexico City. Located in the southern part of CDMX, the Magical District of Coyoacán is an essential place for our visit to the Mexican capital.

Artists, graffiti writers, tarot readers, organ grinders, mimes, or esquite vendors mix together, forming a vital ecosystem that the Spanish director Luis Buñuel showed in a scene from his film ‘The Illusion Travels by Tram’. Add to that some of the best colonial-style buildings, cobblestone streets, museums, and lively plazas, and we whet our appetite for Coyoacán.

EVENT LOCATION

WTC: It is the main event center in Mexico City, it has 30,000 square meters of impressive halls

Filadelfia s/n, Nápoles, Cuauhtémoc, 03810, Mexico City, CDMX

GENERAL INFORMATION

LOCATION

World Trade Center, International Exhibition and Convention Center, Mexico City. (Filadelfia s/n, Nápoles, Cuauhtémoc, 03810 Mexico City, CDMX)

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

The official language of the Conference is Spanish, however there will be simultaneous interpretation from English to Spanish for those talks that are in English.

DATE

June 19 and 20

TRANSPORT

There is a 24-hour private taxi service, as well as a bus service. The approximate cost of a taxi ride from the airport to the event area is US$15. Services such as Uber and Didi are also available. VISAS European and North American citizens do not need an entry visa to Mexico. Please consult the Mexican Embassy or Consulate closest to your address for specific information related to your visa. For more information you can consult the following link https://www.inm.gob.mx/gobmx/word/index.php/paises-requieren-visa-para-mexico/

LETTER OF INVITATION

Participants who require a formal invitation letter that allows them to make their preparations to participate in the Congress can request it at info@america-digital.com. Please note that this letter cannot and should not be considered as an obligation for programming or financial support by the organizers.

AIRPORT INFORMATION

The Benito Juárez International Airport is the center of all national and international flights. It is located 7 kilometers from the center of Mexico City and constitutes the nerve center of the country as far as international air transport is concerned, since it receives flights from all over the world. Given the high traffic that is usually found in Mexico City, the travel time is usually between 30 and 45 min. Travel time AICM to WTC: 35 min. Travel time AICM to the Historic Center: 28 min.

Felipe Ángeles AIFA International Airport, located at the Santa Lucía Military Air Base, in Zumpango, State of Mexico. For now it has a limited number of international flights, giving a little more national services.

It is located 44 km north of the historic center of Mexico City. It has 28 contact positions with boarding bridge, 5 contact positions with boarding through the platform and 12 remote positions. Making a total of 45 boarding positions.

Travel time AIFA to the WTC: 2 hrs 13 min. Travel time AIFA to the Historic Center: 2 hrs 10 min.

CLIMATE

The climate of CDMX in the month of June: average maximum of 26°C and a minimum of 13°C. Light rains may occur

LOCKER ROOM

Dress is business formal for all occasions.

CURRENCY

The monetary unit is the Mexican peso ($/MX). The equivalence with the American dollar/euro should be found according to the date of your trip. The change can be made freely in banks and exchange houses. No special document is necessary except passport or ID. For your convenience, the airport has this type of service. It is issued in bills of $50, $100, $200, $500, $1,000 and metallic coins of $1, $5, and $10.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

Please do not hesitate to contact the organizers if you require additional information or assistance. Please send all correspondence to: info@america-digital.com, +1 786 857 5663

NETWORKING

When you buy your ticket from May 02, you will receive your “magic link” to access the Online Platform of the 8th Latin American Congress Technology and Business America Digital Mexico 2023 via email, the first thing you must do is complete your profile photo and the different fields of your profile, having your profile well completed will maximize your Networking opportunities during the Congress.

You can access the online platform via desktop or download the APP (whose download instructions are delivered in the same email with your magic access link) with which in the Networking section you can view all the attendees to the Congress, search by Name , Surname, Position, Country,


AREAS OF INTEREST

When you find a person you want to meet, you can add them as a favorite, send a message and/or even request an instant video call (Video Call works only from desktop). You will be able to send messages to request face-to-face Meetings at WTC, as well as hold Video Call Meetings with attendees who attend online. For meetings between face-to-face attendees, we have arranged Networking Areas in the WTC2 on the Level 1 and -1 Terraces that you can see on the Map.

Both Networking Zones have 50 Numbered Tables that you can use freely, therefore, if you want to meet in person during the Congress, you can say, for example, by message “Let’s meet at Table 31 of the Networking Zone 1st floor at 4:00 p.m. hrs” You can also freely coordinate your meetings

in any area of ​​the Congress, such as the Restaurant Areas, etc. We will have a white march of Online Meetings during May 21, 21 and 22 from 10:00-19:00 hrs. Face-to-face meetings will work in the Networking Zones in WTC.

Fig 1: Plataforma Online y App de Networking 1 a 1.