Mexico Travel Guide

On the verge of losing an important deal with a celebrity chef, Todd heads to Mexico's deadliest state in search of a legendary coffee. When his contact ends up murdered, Todd must adapt to get home alive and ...

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Benito Juárez International Airport

This international airport serves Mexico City and offers direct flights to over 100 destinations worldwide.

Capitán Carlos León s/n Colonia Peñón de los Baños Delegación Venustiano Carranza C.P. 15620 México,

 
See & Do
CECAFE

CECAFE, a sort of coffee stock exchange, is where Todd goes to track down coffee farmer contacts.

Emilio Carranza 478 (Rio Churubusco)
Mexico City, Distrito Federal

 
Sleep
Emporio Acapulco

Just a short drive from Acapulco’s international airport, this luxury hotel sits alongside miles of gorgeous beaches.

Costera Miguel Alemán 121
Magallanes, 39670
Acapulco de Juárez, GRO, Mexico

 
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General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport

The largest airport in Mexico’s southern Pacific region, this airport is located a short distance from the popular resort area of Acapulco.

Blvd. De las Naciones s/n poblado de Los Amates, Acapulco, Gro. C.P.39931

Eat
Passmar Cafe

At Passmar Café, barista champion Sylvia Gutierrez serves the finest coffee and espresso drinks in Mexico.

Mercado Lazaro Cardenas
Adolfo Prieto S/N Local 237
Mexico City 03100, Mexico

 

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