Transportation

Bus in Mexico City

Boletotal

A booking agency for more than a dozen bus lines out of all four stations (a 10% surcharge is added to the cost of the ticket up to a maximum of M$50). Boletotal also offers purchase by phone with Visa or MasterCard…
Bus in Mexico City

Boletotal

A booking agency for more than a dozen bus lines out of all four stations (a 10% surcharge is added to the cost of the ticket up to a maximum of M$50). Boletotal also offers purchase by phone with Visa or MasterCard…
Bus in Mexico City

Boletotal

A booking agency for more than a dozen bus lines out of all four stations (a 10% surcharge is added to the cost of the ticket up to a maximum of M$50). Boletotal also offers purchase by phone with Visa or MasterCard…
Bus in Mexico City

Boletotal

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Car Rental in Mexico City

Avis

Airport in Mexico City

Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juárez

Mexico City’s only passenger airport, and Latin America’s largest, with an annual capacity of about 32 million passengers. The airport has two terminals, terminal 1 (the main terminal) and terminal 2 (located 3km fr…
Bus in Mexico City

Terminal de Autobuses del Sur

Serves Tepoztlán, Cuernavaca, Taxco, Acapulco and other southern destinations, as well as Oaxaca, Huatulco and Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo. Estrella de Oro (Acapulco, Taxco) and Pullman de Morelos (Cuernavaca) counters are o…
Bus in Mexico City

Terminal de Autobuses del Norte

The largest of the four bus terminals. Serves points north, including cities on the US border, plus some points west (Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta), east (Puebla) and south (Acapulco, Oaxaca). Deluxe and 1st-class c…
Bus in Mexico City

Terminal de Autobuses de Pasajeros de Oriente

For eastern and southeastern destinations, including Puebla, Veracruz, Yucatán, Oaxaca and Chiapas. Bus-line counters are arranged around a rotunda with a food court, internet terminals and ATMs. There’s a left-lugg…
Bus in Mexico City

Terminal de Autobuses del Poniente

The point for buses heading to Michoacán and shuttle services running to nearby Toluca. In addition, ETN offers service to Guadalajara.