Aeropuerto Hermanos Serdán, 22km northwest of Puebla off Hwy 190, has Aeroméxico, Volaris and MexicanaLink flights to/from Guadalajara, Tijuana, Monterrey, Cancún and Hermosillo most days. There is one daily interna…
Futura, Costa Line, and executive ETN services to Toluca (M$235, three hours, twice daily) with Turistar leave from here. Departures to Puebla (M$270, three hours, three to four daily), Taxco, Tepoztlán, Tepotzotlán…
Toluca’s bus station is 2km southeast of the center. Ticket offices for many destinations are on the platforms or at the gate entrances, and it’s fair to say it can be a confusing place. Look for monitors at gate en…
Tula’s bus terminal is three blocks downhill from the cathedral. To get to the town center from the main entrance, turn right, then immediately left on Rojo del Río and look for the church steeple atop the hill.
The much-needed, comfortable Puebla–Cholula Tourist Train began operation in 2017. It connects central Puebla with the pyramid in Cholula on a 17.4km, 40-minute route. Bicycle and wheelchair accessible.
This modern, efficient and low-stress airport is an excellent alternative to Mexico City’s massive and intimidating airport. Information booths in the terminals are open 7am to 10pm.
Runs two direct buses each afternoon (4:20pm and 6:20pm), with an additional service Saturday and Sunday (8:30am) from Mexico City’s Terminal Poniente (M$110, 2½ hours).
This much-needed, new comfortable train-tram, connects central Puebla with the pyramid in Cholula on a 17.4km, 40-minute route. Bicycle and wheelchair accessible.
Puebla’s full-service Central de Autobuses de Puebla is 4km north of the zócalo and 1.5km off the autopista. It's more commonly referred to as CAPU.
First-class buses to/from Mexico City’s Terminal Norte (M$135, 1¾ hours, every 40 minutes) and direct to/from Pachuca (M$126, 1¼ hours, every 40 minutes).