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Crime is a serious problem in Mexico, although tourist areas are in general safer. Yet, pickpockets and robberies increase at night. Always take care of your belongings and be aware of your surroundings all the time.
Most travellers do not require visa for Mexico, however you should confirm with the Mexica Consulate or Embassy in your country if you need visa or not.
The local currency is the Mexican Peso and currency average is US$1 = 20 MXP.
Between December and April, when it is dry. From December to February you will find the coolest months but temperatures are still pleasant (average of 28 degrees Celsius). From May to October, you will find a wet season.
You will do fine with English in tourist areas although locals will appreciate it if you speak some basic Spanish with them. However, if you go off these areas it might be harder to find people able to speak in English. Google Translate can be of great help if you are traveling solo.
It depends on where you are travelling in Mexico and at what time. For a summer trip a backpack with light clothes would be a good fit. But if you are visiting places at high altitude you should pack warm clothes (Mexico City, Oaxaca, Puebla, San Miguel and Guanajuato).
Do not drink tap water in Mexico as it is not safe. Always drink bottled water.
No specific vaccination is required prior to travelling to Mexico, but you can always consult your physician. Mosquitoes on the other hand can be a problem in Mexico, and some can transmit Zika or Dengue, so remember to use repellents and take precautions against it. Diarrhoea is another common problem reported by travellers so if you have a sensitive stomach stay away from street food stalls.