City Express Reforma El Angel

Av. Paseo de la Reforma No. 334, Col. Juarez, Mexico City, 06600, Mexico
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Mexico City to Cancun in 4 days, what should I see & how?

by carloarg02

Hi there,

I am thinking about going from Mexico City to Cancun in about four days. I was thinking about doing possibly Puebla, Palenque and Chichén-Itzá as stops. I am an independent traveler and Spanish speaker, possibly taking buses. Is it doable? What buses would you take? What stops would you do? Any good overnight buses that I can take? Any other places where you would stop? thanks!

Re: Mexico City to Cancun in 4 days, what should I see & how?

by cachaseiro

it's certainly doable.
i have done that trip a couple of times myself.
all the places you mention are interesting, but palenque is a bit out of the way and not on the route between mexico city and cancun.
Chichén-Itzá would be an obvious stop if you are in to mayan ruins, but puebla is nice too and so is chetumal even if it's not as well known.

Re: Mexico City to Cancun in 4 days, what should I see & how?

by carloarg02

Great, thanks!

How would you get to Palenque? Is there a big city nearby that I can take a bus to/from Mexico City / Cancun?


Re: Mexico City to Cancun in 4 days, what should I see & how?

by cachaseiro

i'd think you can take a bus to both mexico city and cancun from palenque.
it will just make the journey quite a bit longer as palenque is a bit out of the way.

Re: Mexico City to Cancun in 4 days, what should I see & how?

by Chrissand

You can see some pictures of my travel in Mexico on the web site

I advise to visit Tulum, Palenque and Chichen but many others cities should be visit! (Uxmal, Merida, Valladolid, Celestun...)


Travel Tips for Mexico City

Mexico City - Sit in the Alemeda Central...

by shdw100

In Mexico City, sit in the Alemeda Central with an ice cream and watch the people pass by. It is very relaxing even though you are in the hustle and bustle of the largest city in the world! The picture is of Mexico City from the top of Torre Latino Americana The adventure of driving in Mexico City (yes I rented a car and drove!) It was quite the adventure and not as bad as you may think!

September 19th 1985 at 7.20...

by Ronald_T

September 19th 1985 at 7.20 a.m. was a black day for Mexico City as an earthquake made many victims. This earthquake had killed 20,000 people, injured over 40,000 people, and left 50,000 to 90,000 homeless. This earthquake had the magnitude of 8.1. The two plates that were involved were the Coco's Plate and the North American Plate. The Coco's Plate had slipped under the lighter North American Plate. It snapped 19 kilometres below the Earth's surface. Mexico City sits on top of a dried up lakebed. This made the ground softer which had caused more destruction. In addition, the constant shaking of the ground might explain why residents ignored the foreshock that preceded the earthquake. The day after on September 20th 1985 another earthquake followed. Behind the Alameda Park, standing five or six hotels (if my information is right) that destroyed until the ground. The solidarity under the people was so big to help each other, because almost everyone lost some family member or a friend. After a month, the hope on survivors was lost and the government decided to make a square over the several bodies that were still under the ruins. They called the square “Square of Solidarity”, and now still homeless people live there on the square in tents. The picture you see here is the “Monument of Solidarity”. I do not know the whole story yet, but I gave it here as much as I know. It was even hard to take pictures of this square and was thinking by do this or not. Finally, I was thinking that even it was not a terrorist attack like in New York (11 September 2001) but a natural disaster; the world may not forget these victims either. More pictures and info you find in my Solidarity travelogue.

Take the long walk up the hill...

by RandomLx

Take the long walk up the hill to the Basilica de Guadalupe. There you’ll find some awesome artwork. Along the way up there is also some beautiful scenery. The Basilica de Guadalupe is seen here in the back ground at the top of the hill. Around the same area there is also the New Cathedral and an interesting looking clock. Mexico is a very religious country so be respectful around an area like this one.

Estudio Olympico de Ciudad Universitaria

by malianrob

I actually didnt get down here we just saw it from the Turibus on our to and from Coyoacan. On the way passing the Stadium we had no problems we saw all the students coming out to protest something. There were alot of them. On the way back something happened. There were ambulance and police and we were sent on a detour through the entire Universty campus. The Guide on the Turibus tried to play it off and said we are getting a free tour of the university.
The Estadio Olympico is to the south of the city and there is a capacity for 72000 seats/people. Their home team is the Pumas and they play soccer. They also have American football games here too.

Downtown Mexico City.

by Aptypo

Downtown Mexico City.

There are only a couple shopping centers and a lot of speciality stores street by street.

Also you will find popular markets and thousands of street vendors.

Not only for conventional shopping.


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