Ramada Mexico City

Puente de Alvarado 22, Mexico City, Mexico
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Train help!

by Equanamity

Is anyone familiar with a train or bus that goes from mexico city to south america, preferably brazil? Any info is much appreciated!

Re: Train help!

by gdilieto

There is no train, or convenient combination of trains, that will get you from Mexico City to any place in Latin America. You can make with a combination of (many) buses but at a certain point in Panama you'll have to take a boat or a plane because the Transamericana highway is interrupted.

Not sure you have realized it, from Mexico City to Brazil is a huge, huge distance.


Re: Train help!

by Laura_Mexico

Uhhh?? This sounds like a troll....

Totally agree with Giuseppe..... it's a LONG way and you have to go through at least 7 different countries, so expecting to catch ONE train or bus that will take you from Mexico city to any city in south america is a bit crazy to say the least. We don't have a reliable railway system in Mexico so forget about trains. I think central america is even worse in this regards. As for buses..... you can probably take a direct bus from Mex City to Tapachula, in Chiapas state, which is right in the border with Guatemala. From there..... yeah you will have to combine many buses through the whole central america as I don't think there will be only ONE that will take you through all of that distance, jump the Panama Canal somehow and continue by bus again (most probably using more than one bus).

good luck.....

Re: Train help!

by qaminari

Even when Paul Theroux wrote "The Old Patagonian Express" (1979), travelling by train through Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica - he had to bridge the gap from Panama by flying (to Colombia)! And now Wikipedia says passenger train services ceased to operate in Mexico 10 years ago, other than urban light railways and the Chihuaha Pacific.
Mexico City to Panama City alone takes 5 days on buses - and as has been said, after that you have to change means of transport. Where exactly are you trying to get to in Brazil anyway, it's a big place?!

Re: Train help!

by Jetgirly

It's virtually impossible to cross the Darian Gap - you'd basically have to go by foot.


Travel Tips for Mexico City

You should visit the Historic...


You should visit the Historic center in Mexico City. The Zocalo, which is the main square in the city, it is huge and it's surrounded by the Cathedral, the Presidential House, and many other historic buildings with a beautiful architecture. The Murals inside the Presidential House or 'Palacio de Gobierno' are amazing, describe the story of Mexico very well...Look for a good guide! you can choose the one you like more! There are plenty of them. You have to visit also the 'Palacio Nacional de Bellas Artes' it is a beautiful structure, very close from the Zocalo. Take a 'Bicitaxi' you can found a lot of them in the Zocalo, they are cheaper and you enjoy more the scenary of the city. The Teotihuacan Ruins is another historic place you can not miss while visiting Mexico City. This Aztec Ruins are located just a few minutes away from the city. My visit to the Teotihuacan Ruins is unforgettable, it is amazing the majestuosity of the piramides constructed by the Aztecs. You should visit them sometime.

Go bagless in Mexico City

by texas-t

You get a plastic bag or two just entering the Benito Juarez airport. DFeños/Chilangos love to give you a plastic bag in stores for almost each and every item you have. It's good in theory if you recycle them and use them for trash or something. But after one or two visits to the OXXO store, you should be set. After that - try to use a fabric bag of your own or better yet buy one of the colorful mercado bags and use that. They are strong as HELL and I used those when moving apartments. The environment will thank you too. Go bagless!

Mexico City is a BIG, modern...

by AMathTeacher

Mexico City is a BIG, modern city and except for the language reminded me a lot of San Francisco or LA. (Actually, I felt safer in Mexico City than LA.) You see all kinds of people in Mexico City and it's very popular for 'executive types' to walk around with cellular phones.

The one thing that confused me the most was at restaurants. The breads that they put on the table aren't 'free' like they are in most US restaurants - you pay by the piece, whether you eat the whole thing or not! (We were billed for eight the first, and last, time my friend and I ate out because we sampled each one!)

A prison in Mexico-city

by kilat

I visit another woman from Holland in prison in Mexico-city. It is a very special experience. Family is waiting outside the prison to visit their daughter, mother or vriend in the prison. Clothes in white, black, blue, brown of beige are not allowed. So it is a really colorfull crowd. They all carry bags with vegetables, drinks, and home-made food, because the food in prison is very bad. Inside there is a yard, where they drink and eat together.
Foreighners in prison are lonesome. They are very glad when they get a visit from a traveller off there own country.
Forbidden are mobile phones, camera's, (credit cards) and foto's (your passport is required!). Leave them in your hotelsafe!

the saturday bazaar

by counsel14 about Bazar del Sabado y Tianguis

Anything meixcan can be purchased here. The bazaar is a huge open air market of arts, crafts, clothing, jewelry, purses, home furnishings, blankets, hats, toys, etc. The glassware is spectacular! there are also inlaid stone items for sale (boxes, crosses, etc). Even artists exhibitions of paintings on San jacinto square.

I would go every saturday when I was 13 and this last trip I went back. it was just as beautiful, colorful and enchanting as I remembered. Leather goods
household goods and furnishings
collectible souvenirs bargain. No price is really too small.


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