Posada San Pablo

Madero 429, between Donato Guerra & Ocampo, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast 44100, Mexico
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Bus to US

by brrssell1

I have heard that there is an express bus to and from Guadalajara and Phoenix and perhaps, other Western US locations. Can anyone give me more info, ie, what bus line, how to contact them, what other locations they serve, etc.

Ultimately, I am trying to get from Zihuatenajo and San Jose and/or San Diego, but assume I will have to interconnect.

Re: Bus to US

by juliogg

Why not fly? Volaris has some VERY in-expensive fare's. You just have to hunt for them on the Internet (in the middle of the night). You you take into account the Bus fare and the 2-3 day ride and food ,etc. expense while on the bus, It could come close to the Air Fare.

Re: Bus to US

by ViajesdelMundo

This website may be of help: http://www.differentworld.com/mexico/buses.htm

Re: Bus to US

by Gatopardo

If you don't mind to get off the bus right in the border, wait in line for the border crossing and get back in, plus the day or two in the bus, plus sitting down for so long.. maybe it's okay.

I know there are bus lines that operate that way. The one I knew it was Autobuses Americanos, but I think it's to Texas. I remember to have seen Greyhound going from Mex to Arizona. I couldnĀ“t figure out the fare.


Mmm I found something interesting, there is a bus line called Autotransportes Tufesa - whatever that means, and it offers some interesting routes:


Somebody suggested to consider a flight. I agree, the only problem I see is that some have limited destinations in the US, but they can probably take you somewhere closer to your final destination for about a similar price as the bus in shorter time.

Two additional economic airlines could be interjet.com.mx and vivaaerobus.com

Good luck on your planning! Have a good trip!

Travel Tips for Guadalajara

Go to Tlaquepaque,its really...

by jtristan

Go to Tlaquepaque,its really beautifull,or u can go to Plaza Garibaldi, and listen to the 'Mariachis', drinkin' Tequila... How can i forget the night that i drinked a lot of tequila, and i was crowling in the hotel's lobby!

Join the soccer madness

by soccertourist

In Guadalajara, soccer is the most popular sport by far and so much fun to watch! If I am not wrong there 3 professional clubs out of which the most famous one would be Chivas. If you are visiting the city dont miss watching a local derby .. thats if you can get a tickets

Architectural site 6

by Sladja_79

It is amazing to see that couples in love get married in beautiful gothic cathedrals. Living in Guadalajara gave me a chance to visit many cathedrals and most of the time I was visiting each one, there was a weding happening at the same time.

It is so spiritual and uplifting to see that a strong connection between people and their God, their religion is what represents the powerful grounds of a marriage.

Often, through my lenses, I would try to capture that connection and see just how powerful and lasting that connection is.

It is definite that if you find yourself in a cathedral you will surely witness a birth of a new love, a marriage. Echoes, sounds, and the uplifting architecture is something that you must experience if visiting Guadalajara.

Welcome to one of my favorite Mexican City's

by mexdf

Guadalajara is one of my favorite city's in Mexico.I first had the chance to visit in 1999,It has changed even since then,They are many highlights to see,the historical central,and the surronding areas.Guadalajara today, is fast becoming a center for many industries that have recently entered Mexico as a result of NAFTA. (North American Free Trade Agreement) Many international companies have chosen Guadalajara as their home base, instead of the capital of Mexico City, because of the quality of life it offers and its strategic location. As a result of the many new toll roads that have been built throughout Mexico, Guadalajara is only more than four hours from the capital city and three hours to Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo! Laredo, Texas is only twelve hours away .If you get tge chance visit this city!


by loxbone

We drove as far south as time would allow, to Guadalajara. Make certain you see Tonala and Telaquepaque to see the lovely pottery and the colorful wears displayed by the Mexican people.

Take you most valuable items in a backpack (medicine, Keys, ID) as the car was broken into here and all valuables were stolen!


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Address: Madero 429, between Donato Guerra & Ocampo, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast 44100, Mexico