Kaitlin Orr (@carnivorr) and Anders Husa (@andershusa) are a food and travel blogging couple with well-stamped passports and an appetite for adventure. Their blog has won multiple awards and is a leading source of information on both the Nordic and international dining scene. They eat at the best restaurants from Oslo to Los Angeles and everywhere in between, creating city maps on their website and videos on their YouTube channel.
We traveled to 16 countries last year, and Mexico City was one of our absolute favorite destinations. It’s extremely affordable—our 30-minute Uber ride from the airport cost us a mere $6, and the Airbnb prices are unbelievable.
We stayed right in the heart of the trendy Roma neighborhood, and had a gorgeous apartment to ourselves for a week for only $300.
Of course, we stuffed our faces with countless tacos (typically around $1 each)—but you don’t have to limit yourself to street food if you’re traveling on a budget here.
Indulge in a meal at two of the world’s best restaurants (Pujol and Quintonil), where a tasting menu is around $100 per person—unheard of for restaurants of this caliber, which typically cost four times this price.
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