Suites Hotel Estocolmo 30

Estocolmo 30, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico
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bussing it from mexico d.f. to palenque

by davidotter

i arrive in mexico city airport and would like to immediately take a bus to palenque, and i am hoping someone could direct me to which busline is best, where to catch the bus in relation to the airport, how long the trip is, any connections or transfers, etc.

thank you for all the help!

Re: bussing it from mexico d.f. to palenque

by cassiovieggore

There are 4 Bus Stations at Mexico City. They are gray circled on the link near-->http://www.mexicocity.com.mx/map1.html You may look for each one of those Bus Stations will carry you to Tuxtla Gutierrez, capital of Chiapas State. The connection to Palenque is easy. There's only two Bus Stations at Tuxtla Gutierrez and many buses to that place. There's also a direct Mexico City--> Palenque bus line but I don't know which Bus Station you may go to departure as well. I'm sending you some hint links:
http://www.surf-mexico.com/states/Chiapas/index.php
http://www.frommers.com/destinations/print-narrative.cfm?destID=931&catID=0931010002
https://www.ticketbus.com.mx/ticketbus/eng/index.jsp
Cassiovieggore

Re: bussing it from mexico d.f. to palenque

by davidotter

thank you for those links. especially the last one as it gives me an idea of cost as well. contrary to your suggestion, it seems that going through villahermosa is cheaper than through tuxtla gutierrez. would that be a better way to travel?

if anyone knows more about the cheap bus lines or the direct to palenque please advise!

Re: bussing it from mexico d.f. to palenque

by gomexico

Bus company ADO is the line you want to concentrate on - and the busses will depart from the city's TAPO station (though there may be a bus which departs from the north terminal, also). The company has a website: www.ticketbus.com.mx I think traveling via Tuxtla Gutierrez is not good advice. The journey, depending upon the itinerary, will take 16+ hours. You might want to search for a good airfare that'll get you to Villahermosa, from which the journey to Palenque is about 2 hours.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Visiting Mexico City by bus: the "Turibus"

by Laura_Mexico

This is a double decker panoramic bus that makes a great tour comprising the most popular tourist spots in Mexico City (original tour goes through Downtown, Zona Rosa, Condesa, Polanco, Chapultepec -- but a new route has been opened, more info below) with an European concept: ticket valid all day long and the opportunity to get on and off the bus as many times as you want at any of the fixed bus stops.

You can buy tickets valid for 1, 2 or 3 (consecutive) days, and the children and senior citizens get a special discounted price. The regular price for a 1 day ticket is $125 MXN (about USD $10) on weekdays and $145 MXN on weekends and holidays - per person. If you buy 2 or 3 day passes the daily fare is cheaper, of course.

The entire tour takes about 3 hours (without getting off the bus), but it could be longer because of the traffic and depending on the time of the day you take it. They have a recorded description of the whole tour and important spots/monuments along the way in 6 different languages: spanish, english, french, german, italian and japanese (and you can see a brief paragraph with the main terms & conditions of the tour at their website in these languages as well -- URL provided below), ear phones and small maps with the routes and bus stops are provided on board and are included in the ticket fee (see picture of the maps: these are sponsored so you can get discounts in some places with them, such as the Torre Latinoamericana). The Turibus used to have only 1 route but a second one has been opened recently, as well as a night tour on weekends. The new route goes through some of our main attractions/neighborhoods in the southern part of the city, such as Coyoacan, San Angel and the National University area. All tickets are valid for both routes, so you can make a whole 5-6 hour tour through most part of the city for the price of a single ticket. Good deal uh!? The night tour is more expensive (it's purchased separately) and runs from 9 PM to 3 AM, THU-SAT.

I haven't tried the new route yet, but I took the original tour and loved it. You really get to see some of our nicest streets, buildings and monuments and get a general feeling of what the city is like. Plus, you can use this bus as a means of transportation between any important spots you plan to visit and thus save $$ in taxi rides. The bus runs from 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday through Sunday. Keep in mind though: once you leave the bus you might have to wait for the next one to pass by for around 30-45 mins. On the 2nd route the waiting time in between buses is longer.

The original tour starts at the Auditorio Nacional in Chaultepec/Reforma area, but you can hop in at any of the fixed stops - marked with a poster - and buy your ticket on board, and if you get down and ride a different bus later you just show your ticket & wrist band to the staff.

For further details you can visit:

* http://www.turibus.com.mx/

* http://www.ciudadmexico.com.mx/transporte.htm

The official site (first URL) is now updated with info about the newest route and has an English version....... The second one makes a very brief description of both routes and is only in Spanish.

Street music

by cachaseiro

Mexicans love music and play it everywhere.
Go to any square in mexico at night and you will find music going.
This can both be children like shown on this photo aswell as rock bands and mariachi bands.

Packing List

by sespep

Adventure Travel If you have a large group and are planning to rent more than one car – it is very important to pack a set of walkie-talkies! Locals are not shy when driving and your group will get separated within the first two minutes. We had to drive two cars for about 10 hours and these were lifesavers!

Ruinas de Teotihuacan

by darthmilmo

Well, i'm not sure if it can fit as off the beaten path per se, but the Ruins at Teotihuacan shouldn't be missed. The mighty Pyramid of the Sun and Moon lie towering toward the sky. Check out my Teotihuacan page for more information.

Mariachi in Mexico City

by melosh about Plaza Garibaldi (or "Mariachi plaza")

Garibaldi plaza is probably the most famous Mariachi plaza in Mexico, although Guadalajara is the home of the best mariachis. The plaza serves as the contract market. People come and hire their party or serenade bands for the night. Others just come to buy a few songs, often signing along. You can enjoy alot of free music while you drink a tequila or beer in the plaza. This is an authentic Mexican happening which has been going on for many years. 11 o'clock seems about the best time to show up. Beware that better groups are to be found in the clubs around the plaza, so if you tire of the street you can enter for a show. Taking a taxi back to your hotel is recommended late at night rather than walking the dark streets. A smile and appropriate clothes for the weather.

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Address: Estocolmo 30, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico