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UNO or ADO bus from DF to Oaxaca

by sorcieus


I heard about this two bus services from DF to Oaxaca but I can't book the ticket online/way ahead of time. I am contemplating between flying or taking this bus down to Oaxaca.
All info are greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Re: UNO or ADO bus from DF to Oaxaca

by YVRDave

I buy my ADO tickets at the station, no problems

Re: UNO or ADO bus from DF to Oaxaca

by 75Antonio

you can buy the tickets directly at the bus station
mexicana and aeromexico offer very competitive fares too you can get one for about 1600 mexican pesos round trip
good luck!!

Re: UNO or ADO bus from DF to Oaxaca

by Kakapo2

ADO is a very good bus service. If you have time you could buy the ticket at the station in advance, so you can make sure you travel at the time you wish to.

Re: UNO or ADO bus from DF to Oaxaca

by Reynald

You can get Tickets directly at the bus station or online at Ticketbus (if the server is not down), Try to get your tickets with time and avoid problems.
If Fly is your option, check Volaris b'cause they have a promotion of tickets for just $1 peso ( you must add taxes $40 Usd with tax) but still $40 usd is cheap.

Re: UNO or ADO bus from DF to Oaxaca

by sorcieus

Thanks all!

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Go to Mexico City, don't let it scare you away.

by darthmilmo

Mexico City shouldn't be missed. It has so much to offer. From a relaxing boat ride in Xochimilco (see pic) to a stroll in Chapultepec. It has so many nice museums that you can spend a week in here without seeing them all. I would definitly suggest a visit to Museo Nacional de Antropologia. Speaking of museums, check out the local newspapers for the free days. This may change once in a while, but when I went there I got free access to several museum on Sunday.

Near the Reforma Avenue...

by Ronald_T

Near the Reforma Avenue entrance to the Chapultepec Park, you will see the Monument of the Boy Heroes. It commemorates the heroic defence of the Castle were six cadets of the Military Academy in 1847 leapt to their deaths rather than surrender.


by acemj

I heard Mariachi bands playing at a couple different restaurants (El Arroyo and Cielo Rojo) during my stay in Mexico City, but the most famous place to hear the music is at the restaurants near Plaza Garibaldi. This area, however, is a little seedy at night, so I avoided it.

The music is great usually consisting of some violins, two trumpets, a guitar, a vihuela (a guitar with a rounded back) and a Mexican harp. The songs are usually upbeat and lots of fun.

The Tlayudas vendors

by patricia1.nunez

Tlayuda is a Big tostada or crispy blue tortilla covered with salsa, fresh cheese,refried beans and nopales,,This ladies sitting everywhere thru the Zocalo are prosecute by law together with all of the illegal vendors in this city area,,, They carry big baskets with all ingredients and people gathers around them to taste some of this famous mexico city appetizers,,,That was funny to see this kid yelling to all ladies that police was comming , and how fast they were running for not be catched,,I was about to order my food when I saw all vendors picking up their stuff and get lost around the corners..However,5 min later they cameback they sat down as notthing wouldn´t happened,, and I was able to enjoy my food same as 15 people that were running behind them to buy a tlayuda... that was Hilarious... Thats Mexico City and it´s street adventures

Local craft and beautiful mexican furniture!

by bloorange about Crea market

Just the best place in Mexico city in order to find nice and cheap mexican furniture. Alibaba's cavern would look quite empty if compared to! Prices are very good too, the cheapest place in the city! Mexican furniture (seats, tables, sofas...)
Local craft
and so many more...


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