Mexico City Transportation

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  • 1. Metro

    The best way to move around Mexico City is the METRO. It's fast, it's cheap (each ticket is only MXN $5 = 40 cents of USD and is good for 1 trip including multiple transfers as long as you don't exit...

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  • 2. General Info

    Before I even landed in Mexico City, I had booked my transportation from airport to Hostel from a company in Mexico. Even though i had read reviews on the buses and train methods of getting around, I...

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  • 3. Green taxis

    Avoid taking taxis from the street. Better call the "Sitio" ones which are safer or take them from you hotel. If you are in the south part of the city, I recommend you to call the Taxis' Sitio of...

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  • 4. By Plane

    How to get here depends on where you're coming from. Most of the times the plane will be the best / ONLY choice. We don't have a good train network in Mexico so this isn't an option. So if you arrive...

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  • 5. By Bus

    The city government had this brilliant idea of building this weird thing called Metrobus..... it's a long bus in fact, and it originally covered a fixed straight route along our longest avenue,...

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  • 6. Yellow taxis

    I did arrive to Mexico DF airport ... and I was worried because all The terror things I did read about taxis at the airport. As I went out where the people are waiting I saw the taxi place were you...

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  • 7. On Foot

    It was great to discover Mexico City on foot, as that way you can feel, smell and taste the real atmosphere of this big city. However that the exhaust fumes of the many cars and taxis aren't the best...

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  • 8. Bus service from Airport to downtown

    There were 2 ways to gt out of the Mexico city airport:1.By taxi, cost depending to where you go..from US$15-US$252. By metro, however you have to walk a lot...

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  • 9. bike rentals in the city

    now you can rent a bicycle in df and ride around,it might be crazy but its very popular and some stands have no bikes, the best way to get around the traffic n...

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  • 10. Around the city by taxi

    I had to take a taxi only once when I had to go to the airport to find my lost suitcase. Our hotel was in the very centre of the city at Paseo de la Reforma. A...

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  • 11. Flying over the Atlantic Ocean and Canada

    I asked a seat at a window and so I was able to take a video about the flight. It was 24th of January and Sheremetievo was covered by snow. We had a flight over...

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  • 12. Around the city by bus

    I traveled in Mexico City with a tourist group that’s why I haven’t any problem with transportation from one sightseeing to another by a tourist bus. Every time...

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  • 13. Moscow-Mexico City via Paris

    That was my longest flight I ever had – about 12000 km! We started early in the morning in Moscow (Sheremetievo Airport - SVO) by joined Aeroflot-Air France...

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  • 14. Taxi from the airport.

    If you arrive to Mexico city airport and plan to take a taxi from there to town then you should use the taxi stand inside the arrival terminal.They organise...

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  • 15. Getting around in general....

    The Turibus is a sightseeing double-decker hop-in hop-off bus.A one-day ticket costs $120 pesos and its route includes Zona Rosa,Chapultepec,...

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  • 16. Hire a driver

    If you dont feel comfortable taking the bus or the metro you can hire a driver to take you around. Establish a price first and go with someone you can trust....

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  • 17. Turibus

    While doing research on Mexico City and checking out the travel forums we found that everyone suggested getting on the Turibus. So we did it and it was the best...

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  • 18. tren ligero / Xochimilco Light Rail

    After i took the metro to tasquena. i took the tren ligero to Xochimilco. then i kind of collectivo. lucky for me some lady spoke english in the collectivo and...

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  • 19. Micro Buses

    The small buses running up and down Mexico City streets are very convienent and cheap. They are called combi or microbuses or peseros. They range in size from...

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  • 20. Taxis

    Only use authorized taxicabs upon arrival at Mexico City’s Airport. Their rates are established according to destination and tickets can be bought at clearly...

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  • 21. Taxis

    Before I went to the city I read and heard so many warnings about the taxis. Many of the taxis are not safe to take, and you should mainly just order a taxi...

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  • 22. Take the taxi-bike

    I'm not quite sure what they are called, but I will call them "taxi-bikes". You can find them many places around the city, and they always try to sell you a...

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  • 23. Beetle taxis

    It's not always a safe thing to do. Discus in front place and price. Avoid at night I would say. But some of them look nice. It can be fun.Specialy when you...

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  • 24. Las Micros

    This are a NIGHTMARE!!! of course they are cheaper than taxis, and you will be more secure (economically)... BUT this drivers are MAD... They dont care about...

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  • 25. El DF Metro

    Mexico Citys subway system is a very cheap, fast, and effective way of getting around this large area. The only drawback is that it is often very crowded. Pay...

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