Hotel Parador Zacatecas

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Lomas de la soledad s/n, Zacatecas, Zacatecas, 98040, Mexico
Hotel Parador Zacatecas
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Plazuela de Santo Domingo, In Front of el MuseoPlazuela de Santo Domingo, In Front of el Museo

Cable Car Over the CityCable Car Over the City

Taken from a Conaculta page, open to public centroTaken from a Conaculta page, open to public centro

Cobblestone street by nightCobblestone street by night

Forum Posts

Bus from Zacatecas to Leon airport

by mem2mexjones

I'm flying in and out of the airport in Leon. Has anybody travelled by bus from there to Zacatecas? I'll need to look up the schedule so I can coordinate my flights, but I'm wondering how far from the airport the bus station in Leon is, cost of cab, etc, so any info is appreciated!

Re: Bus from Zacatecas to Leon airport

by Gatopardo

Yes I have. I used to live in Zacatecas and traveled often to Leon and Aguascalientes.

Be prepare at least with 40 USD the least for 1 way trip. Maybe expect to spend 50 USD just in case, i forgot about the cab from the terminal in zac to downtown if it's your case.

The bus Leon-zac will run in about 178 pesos.. expect to pay another 150 aprox for the taxi, they usually charge more than 100 pesos from the trips Airport-city.

The airport and the bus station in Leon are in a very interesting distance where the ride Airport-bus station will run around 100 pesos at least, as far as I remember. They might have increase it, they might have not, but they usually charge around 100 to 150 from the airport to almost anywher in the city, at almost any city.

The bus station in Leon is in the commercial zone, you will easily find a bus to zacatecas, it will take around 4 hrs, it takes 3 by car and sometimes 4 by bus, it will stop at aguascalientes terminal and then it will be another hour and half as minimum. You can either ride an autobus DE PASO or DIRECTO, if you take DE PASO, just make sure you don't miss the terminal in your destination.

http://www.estrellablanca.com.mx/main/index.htm

Re: Bus from Zacatecas to Leon airport

by mem2mexjones

Wow. Thanks for your reply. I think I'll try flying into Zac instead!

Re: Bus from Zacatecas to Leon airport

by Gatopardo

Just make your numbers right, i usually add a bit more of cash of the amount that you really spend, but it's not that big. You can easily jump into a lower class bus and save a bit extra $. Taxis are what usually give a big bite to the budget, specially the one in Leon, the airport is not right near the city, it takes an avenue and the city has a good size. It's not the same case in the one in Zacatecas, that shouldn't be more than 80 or even 60 pesos I THINK.. the bus terminal is near the city so it shouldn't increase the spend much.

Flying to Leon or to Zacatecas may be similar in price, both are international airport but the demans is not as high as in Guadalajara or those big cities.

Maybe because the comfort of just arriving to your main destination might be worth it than sitting down for a few more hours, depends a lot of the time of your arrival and how many hours you already have sitting down in your.

Whatever you do, have fun!

Travel Tips for Zacatecas

Cable Car

by jungles

The cable car, or 'teleferico,' offers a fantastic bird's eye view of the entire city and its surroundings, for those who are not afraid of heights. It was built in 1979 by a Swiss company, which, according to the explanation on the ticket, 'gurarantees that it will function in complete safety.' The operator will be happy to point out churches and other points of interest as you pass from one hill to the other on a cable far above the city streets.

The journey takes eight minutes and will carry you 650m from one station to the other, at a leisurely pace of 1.5 m per second.

The cable car station is open daily 10am to 6pm, and one-way tickets cost 21 pesos.

CERRO DE LA BUFA

by mtncorg

Bufa is an old Spanish word for wineskin, which the peak looks like with a little imagination, or wine or both;-\ The peak is norhteast of the city center and is topped with large rock outcroppings. From atop here, the views out over the City and beyond are memorable. You can get up here with the Teleferico; there is a road, the Carretera de la Bufa, going north from the City center - follow roadsigns to the La Bufa; or you can use a footpath that begins just east of the Cathedral. Atop the peak is the Museo de la Toma de Zacatecas, a weather station and La Capilla de la Virgen del Patrocinio, named for the patron saint of miners and Zacatecas. Around 8 September, thousands of pilgrims make their way to the chapel en route to the healing powers inherent within the 18th century altar's image of the Virgin.

Zacatecas City

by El_Cookie

"A view from La Bufa"

El Serro de La Bufa is the name of the mountian where I took this picture from. This mountain and the mountain where the mine is at are connected by a Teleferico (check the spelling on that one...I call it a sky cart, I have to look for a picture of it)

"La Mina del Eden"

This mine is one of the most popular tourist attractions the city offers to the world. Its is a must see site in Zacatecas City. A little trolley takes you deep into the mine where you are met by the a guide that walks your through the mine giving you facts about the discovery, how it was worked and when it stopped working aswell as legends of the mine. $60 pesos per adult and $30 pesos for children under 10

"People Watch"

This is a great place to to kick back and people watch. Since walking the city of Zacatecas is not the easyiest thing to do I had to take a break and found this plaza. Just ask fo the Genaro Codina Plaza.

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