In Mexico you can dial 078 from any phone, where you can find free information about tourist attractions, airports, travel agencies, car rental companies, embassies and consulates, fairs and exhibitions, hotels, hospitals, financial services, migratory and other issues.
All citizens of the United States must present a valid passport when entering Mexican territory by any means of transportation. There are no exceptions for minors.
- US Citizens do not require a visa unless they are planning to stay in the country for more than 180 days.
- When entering the country, tourists must fill an Official Entry Immigration Form (FMM) which will be provided upon arrival. Stays less than 72 hours within the border area, do not require an Official Entry Immigration Form (FMM).
- For more information and to electronically complete the form prior to your visit to Mexico please visit the following link.
Currencies and exchange rates
- In Mexico, tourists can obtain Mexican pesos in exchange houses, banks, ATMs and through international credit cards. For more details, as well as a currency converter, please visit the following link.
Traveling with pets
Agrifood products and by-products
- Please visit the following link for more information regarding the listing of allowed agri-food and by-products for tourist import.