Hotel Prim

Versalles 46, Col. Juarez, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico

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Forum Posts

Travel from the airport to Antigua, Guatemala

by Bernt_NO

Hi

I'm looking for a bus route from Mexico City to Guatemala. I found the ticabus on the web, but it doesn't go from Mexico City.

As the other poster I'm also looking for an inexpensive and safe place to stay.

Is Hotel Prim
VERSALLES 46
COLONIA JUAREZ mx 06600 in a safe area? It's on the web it's 57.8 km from the airport, how long time will that take with a taxi?

Re: Travel from the airport to Antigua, Guatemala

by Bernt_NO

I also found a hostel on the net
http://www.hostels.com/en/availability.php/HostelNumber.1787 (MANSION HAVRE)

How long time does it take to get to it by taxi from the airport?

Re: Travel from the airport to Antigua, Guatemala

by melosh

In the spring I was in Guatemala city and at the Gallego (sp?) bus terminal and happened to notice the prices. It was $99 US one way to Mexico City. I think the trip was in partnership with the Mexican San Cristobal bus company. (There was a further connection through Greyhound in the US.) This essentially followed the Pan American highway. (Another route I have read of goes east and then south through Belize.) Gallego has luxury and first class buses. Unless you are desperately short of time, you ought to break it up with stops in Oaxaca or other places rather than just zoom on through.
In Mexico City you would leave from the TAPO bus station which is only about 5 minutes from the airport.
If you are going to go straight through, you might check with Greyhound for the schedule. good luck, Bob

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Viva Mexico

by Elmsaafir

The Zocalo, or central square is an incredible sight. It's absolutely one of the hugest spaces I've ever been in. Bordered on 2 of its sides by the old presidential palace (now museum), and the Cathedral, it's an impressive place to visit.

Military parade

by Enzyme_X

On the 16th of September in order to celebrate the Independance Day, big military parade is held in Mexico City. Thousends of solders, dressed in colourful uniforms march through Mexico City.
The parade starts near Zocalo and goes all the way to the Bosque de Chapultepec.

Plastic Containers

by Aptypo

Consider storing your supplies and clothing in these containers. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Once the lid is snapped in place you can seal around the top with duct tape to keep sensitive things dust/moiture free.

It's the weekend, you have...

by flyingpig

It's the weekend, you have already visited all the museums and pyramids, feeling bored before a night of intensive clubbing? Then just go in the South of the city to the Six Flags amusement park. You will find many good thrill rides and very few tourists. If you have a strong stomach, try Batman: The Ride - an experience you won't forget. The address is:

Carretera Pichacho al Ajusto #1500
Col. Héroes de Padierna
Mexico, D.F. C.P. 14200
525/728-7200

Just loungin'

by acemj about Spanish cultural center??

I don't know the exact name of this place, but it's located on the street that runs behind the Cathedral (Tacuba) and is inside of the Spanish Cultural Center/ Art Gallery. By day, this is an interesting place to explore the culture of Spain, but by night you'll find a lot of interesting people in a laid back atmosphere in the upstairs bar/lounge.

The Hostal Catedral is located only a few doors down the street and as a result, you'll find a lot of young international people visiting this place. It makes for an interesting atmosphere.

VTer claubarsa (Carlos) and I had a good time here just hanging out. There is a dance floor overlooking the back of the Cathedral and plenty of other quieter spots if you're just here to chill out and enjoy a drink and some conversation.

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Address: Versalles 46, Col. Juarez, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico