Flecha Amarilla Mexico Bus  Travel, Guadalajara to Mazatlan, Central Mexico
Mexico Bus Travel is  one of the best travel bargains at about 12-15 cents USD per mile     
Reach every corner of Mexico in comfort aboard one of the best bus systems in the world.   
Flecha Amarilla in Central Mexico, ADO, OCC , Platino, south of Mexico City,  Chihuhuenses,
Futura, and Omnibus to the north of Mexico City
Mexico's Bus systems
use dozens of hub cities
to reach even the most
distant ruin or colonial
city for about 1.5 pesos
per mile.    (.12 cents
USD)
The roads are a
combination of modern
high-speed toll roads
(quota) and secondary
roads.
Mexico Bus systems
(second class) use
dozens of hub
secondary roads but the
first class buses avoid
the steep mountain
roads wherever possible.
Mexico's first Class
buses have air
conditioning,  ( bring a
sweater) lavatories, seat
belts,  reclining seats,
and video
movies.(Bring Ear
Plugs)  
Bus Service
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the first class buses in
Mexico are perhaps the
best in the world: brand
new Volvos and
Mercedez with
comfortable seats,
seatbelts, lavatory TV,
AC, (bring a sweater)
window blinds  .........,
Buses (not Flecha Amarilla) reach
Teotihuacan Ruin
from Mexico City's
Terminal Norte
This line serves Copper Canyon from Chihuahua,  Website:   
www.turisticosnoroeste.com/salidas.php

First Class serving central and northern Mexico north of Mexico city
Website:  http://
www.odm.com.mx/
Mexico City serves as the key hub city from its
Four
Bus Terminals listed here.

Mexico City’s Tapo Terminal or officially
called  Terminal Oriente  serves the
southern and
southeastern parts of Mexico
including the
States of Puebla, Oaxaca, Tlaxcala, Tabasco,  
Chiapas,  Campeche,  Veracruz,  and Yucatan.


Mexico City’s Terminal Norte also called
Terminal Central Norte serves the country
north to
the US border
and includes Matamoros, Nuevo
Loredo,  Juarez/ El Paso TX, Agua
Prieta/Douglass, AZ, Nogales/Nogales, AZ, and
as far west as Tijuana/San Diego.  The states of
Mexico served 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 Queretaro.
Southern and eastern States served: Oaxaca,  
Chiapas, Veracruz, and Puebla.

Mexico City’s Terminal Central Sur
(Taxquena)
serves the central and southern
States of Guerrero Puebla, Morelos/Cuernavaca,
Veracruz, Oaxaca, Tabasco, and Chiapas.

Mexico City’s Terminal Centro Poniente
serves the
central and western states of
Michoacan, Jalisco, Guerrero, Nayarit,  Queretaro,
the State of Mexico DF, and northwest to Sonora,
and Sinaloa.  
Flecha Amarilla is one of Central Mexico's oldest bus
services.  Flech Amarilla, Primera Plus division, serves
west of Mexico City to Mazatlan
Flecha Amarilla, Primera Plus,and
ETN serve much of Northern Mexico in luxury.
See
links below to Primera Plus
Autobuses Teotihuacan
starts at 6 AM and runs
every 15 minutes to The
ruin of Teotihuacan from
Terminal Norte in Mexico
City.
Buses Serving the North of Mexico
Estrella Blanca,
Chihuhuenses,
and Omnibus
serve north to the US Border.
Bus Service in Central Mexico

First class bus service to Manzanillo on the Pacific Coast of Mexico     
 Flecha Amarilla - Primera Plus  

First Class buses run two each day at 07:45 and 12:00
Flecha Amarilla - Servicios Coordinatos run Second class buses at 7:00, 16:00, 19:45 22:30 23:30 and 01:30
Flecha Amarilla serves Guadalajara, Colima, Guanajuato, Mazatlan, Puerto Valarta, San Miguel de Allende, San
Louis Potosi, Zihuatanejo, and many other cities in Central and Pacific Mexico. See their website
Premira Plus
Primera Plus, Tickets Flecha Amarilla
Pimera Pus Bus


Primera Plus, Flecha Amarilla serves Mazatlan
Mexico City's Four Terminals and Destinations
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