First Class Bus Stations Mexico City, Bus Terminals First Class Bus
Mexico City's four terminals connect dozens of hub cities to reach the US border in the north and the border of Guatemala in the south.
The luxury buses do this in style at about 10 cents per mile or less. First class Omnibus and buses run north on roads that are modern Chihuahuenseshigh-speed toll roads (quota) where possible. First Class Long-haul buses avoid steep mountain roads where possible.
ADO and UNO run to the south with brand new first Class buses having air conditioning,( bring a sweater) lavatories, seat belts, reclining seats, and video movies.(Bring Ear Plugs) Bus Service Article
Frequent bus from Mexico City's Terminal Norte also reach the ruin of Tula
This line serves Copper Canyon from Chihuahua, Website: http://www.turisticosnoroeste.com/
Norowste: Frequent runs to Creel, a town offering tours and hotels for trips into the canyons.
North From Mexico Chihuahuenses, Futura, and Omnibus Coaches reach all of Northern Mexico.
To the South of Mexico City ADO first Class buses reach all of Central and Southern Mexico
Estrella Blanca is one of the main systems operating out of Mexico City's Terminal Norte.
Depending on the destination and your own choice you could travel on Futura buses (Autobuses Expresso Futura), Chihuahuenses, first class buses with deeply reclining seats and leg rests.
Omnibus also runs buses as far as the US border.
This bus service covers as far west as Tijuana/San Diego and as far east as Matamoros/Brownsville on the Texas border and includes many border crossing in between.
Website: http://www.odm.com.mx/ (Omnibus de Mexico)
Flecha Amarilla Bus Line operates division Primera Plus , an elevated level of first class service. Bus Routes are Mexico City north and west Coastal as far as Mazatlan. www.flecha-amarilla.com.mx
ADO and several of its first class Bus Lines run bus routes to all of Southern, Eastern, South Central, and North Gulf Coast Mexico to the US border. http://www.adogl.com.mx
Reach both Teotihuacan ruin and the Toltec ruins of Tula by frequent service Daily from Mexico City's Terminal Norte
Bus Stations in Mexico City number four First Class Stations.
Mexico City is the main hub for bus travel in Mexico. The Four terminals serve the country, each covering a geographic region more or less, with much overlap.
Choices in price and style are many
Bus Stations in Mexico City include four first class Bus Terminals.
Mexico's First Class Buses use Terminals with many options to cover the entire country with modern and inexpensive first class bus service.
Guide to Mexico City Bus Terminals and the States of Mexico That They Serve
Tapo Terminal, officially called Terminal Oriente, serves the southern and southeastern parts of the country of Mexico including the States of Puebla, Oaxaca, Tlaxcala, Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Veracruz, and Yucatan.
Terminal Norte is also called Terminal Central Norte. It serves the country north to the US border and includes the cities of Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Juarez/ El Paso Texas, Agua Prieta/Douglass, Arizona, Nogales/Nogales, Arizona, and as far west as Tijuana/San Diego.
Terminal Norte serves the States of Mexico to the north and west include Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahiula, Nuevo Leon, Sinaloa, Durango,
San Luis Potosi, Tamaulipas, Nayarit, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Hidalgo, Aguascalientes, Michoacan, Colima, and Querétaro. Terminal Norte also serves States to the south and east including Oaxaca, Chiapas, Veracruz, and Puebla.
Terminal Central Sur serves the central and southern States of Guerrero, Puebla, Morelos, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Tabasco, and Chiapas.
Terminal Centro Poniente serves the central and western States of Michoacan, Jalisco, Guerrero, Nayarit, Querétaro, the State of Mexico, (called DF for Distrito Federal) and northwest to Sonora, and Sinaloa.
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Four First Class Bus Stations Mexico City serve all of Mexico