No two cities are alike.

Mexico has over 100 cities, each with its own identity and characteristics. Some are over 500 years old, and some have been around for only a few decades. Most eldest cities have traditional, colonial style architecture in their historic areas; while contemporary cities tend have a more global architecture, which enables dressing some of these areas to look like an American or European city.

Mexico City and its surroundings form the third largest urban area in the world, with more than 22 million inhabitants and a total area of 9,560 km² (3,691 sq mi). In our capital you’ll find colonial buildings and temples, contemporary skyscrapers, urban markets, stadiums, theatres, highways, parks and any other urban setting you may need.

There are also many other big cities in Mexico like Monterrey, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Puebla, Merida, Ciudad Juárez and León, to name a few. Most of them are very film-friendly and accessible. Traditional, colonial cities are mainly in central and southern Mexico, while in northern Mexico you’ll find more modern cities.

Almost all cities have an industrial areas, shopping centers, parks and residential areas from different income levels; most have a big contrast between areas of high and low income. Whichever your location needs are, we can find the perfect spot.

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