(Lujo service only, does not include ADO first class buses)
Serves from Terminal Norte and Terminal Tapo
Platino Bus Line http://www.uno.com.mx/
Mexico City Bus Terminals;
Four Bus Terminals Serve From Mexico City
Mexico bus travel
corner of Mexico in comfort aboard luxury buses such as
Futura, Chihuahuenses, Estrella Blanca, Primera Plus, Omnibus Plus,
Mexico City's four terminals connect dozens of hub cities to reach the US border in the north and the borders of Belize and Guatemala in the south.
The luxury buses do this in style at about 15 cents USD per mile.
First class Omnibus and Chihuahuenses buses run north on roads that are modern, high-speed toll roads (quota) where possible.
First Class, Long-haul buses avoid steep mountain roads where possible.
ADO and Platino run to the south with first Class buses having air conditioning,( bring a sweater) lavatories, seat belts, reclining seats, and video
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Buses Reach Teotihuacan Ruin
Frequent bus from Mexico City's
This line serves Copper Canyon from Chihuahua, Website: http://www.turisticosnoroeste.com/
Norowste: Frequent runs to Creel
First Class serving Central and Northern Mexico north
of Mexico City
(Omnibus de Mexico)
First Class service to entire Pacific Cost
Bus Terminal Central Norte, Mexico City
Officially called Terminal Oriente, TAPO Terminal serves the southern
- Mexico City’s Tapo Terminal
and southeastern parts of Mexico including the States of Puebla,
Oaxaca, Tlaxcala, Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Veracruz, and Yucatan.
- Mexico City’s Terminal Norte
Terminal Norte is also called Terminal Central Norte. The station serves the country north to the US border and includes Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, 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 are Oaxaca, Chiapas, Veracruz, and Puebla.
Reach the archaeological site of Teotihuacan from Terminal Norte
Mexico City’s Terminal Central Sur (Terminal de Autobuses de Taxqueña )Central Sur serves the central and southern States of Guerrero Puebla, Morelos/Cuernavaca,
Veracruz, Oaxaca, Tabasco, and Chiapas. Also called Taxquena (Pacific coast resorts including Acapulco)
Central Poniente serves the central and western states of Michoacan, Jalisco, Guerrero, Nayarit, Queretaro, the State of Mexico DF, and northwest to Sonora, and Sinaloa.
- Mexico City’s Terminal Centro Poniente
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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 Estrella Blanca's Futura buses (Autobuses Express Futura), or Chihuahuenses, first class buses with deeply reclining seats and leg rests.
Omnibus is a bus line that covers the same territory north as Estrella Blanca. t Omnibus runs buses as far north as the US border and covers as far west as Tijuana/San Diego and as far east as Matamoros/Brownsville on the Texas border and includes many border station in between.
Primera Plus is a luxury division of Flecha Amarilla. Buses cover Mexico City west
to coastal Mexico from Ixtapa to Mazatlan. Central Mexico Guadalajara, Morelia, Queretero
Travel in Central and Southern Mexico: ADO buse and OCC buses run to all of southern Mexico and run north on the Gulf Coast to the US border
Reach both Teotihuacan ruin and the Toltec ruins of Tula by
frequent service Daily from Mexico City's Terminal Norte
Find the Teotihuacan Bus ticket booth next to the Ovnibus ticket booth, all the way to the left as you face the line of ticket booths on entering the Norte Terminal.
Autobuses Teotihuacan starts at 6 AM and runs every 15 minutes to The ruin of Teotihuacan, Pyeamids stop.
Ovnibus runs to Tula every 20 minutes.
Mexico City offers first class bus travel from four
bus terminals, each covering a geographic region with much overlap.
Bus Service South of Mexico City
ADO serves much of southern Mexico from Mexico City
Bus Lines Serving Mexico City
Many bus lines serve Mexico from the four first class bus terminals in Mexico City. This is a list of the major lines.
Tica Bus serves from Chiapas
Mexico with a cross-
border bus through Central America to
Mexico City bus terminals include
Mexico City Four Bus Terminals
Mexico City's four, first-class bus terminals serve all of Mexico