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Turibus

Turibus (Mexico City) – in existence since 2000, this double-decker tour bus (Turibus) gives visitors the option of seeing Mexico City’s famed sights in an “hop on, hop off” setting. Since the Mexican capital is massive, there are 4 different intersecting Turibus lines across the city – the primary one (Zocalo to Chapultepec ) runs […]

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Metrobus (Mexico City)

Metrobus (Mexico City) – this modernized bus system covers popular areas in the capital, such as the upscale districts like Roma and Condesa, the historic center, the south of the city (including UNAM – Mexico’s largest public university), and the airport. This service works exclusively with a rechargeable card that you can buy directly in […]

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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN CANCUN

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN CANCUN The best way to explore Cancún is by hopping on one of the public buses that run between the Zona Hotelera and El Centro. The cost is 75¢ no matter how far you go. Taxis from the Zona to El Centro cost anywhere from MX$150 pesos ($12) to MX$250 pesos ($20) […]

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Metro (Mexico City)

Metro (Mexico City) – Mexico City’s answer to New York’s subway is the best way to move around the city. Its network is large enough to get you to the areas visitors need to explore. It is fast, cheap, well connected and easy to use. You can buy single tickets ($5 pesos) in any train […]

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Uber in Cancún

Uber in Cancún: Uber started operations in Cancún in late 2016, amid strong opposition from local taxi trade unions. By the end of 2017, Uber (whose customer base there grew to 300,000 passengers) temporarily suspended its service in Cancún, due to problem it had with local officials (including being barred from accepting cash from its […]

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TAXIS (Cancún)

TAXIS (Cancún) – at this tourist enclave, taxis are a popular transport option, although they’re not regulated and cabbies frequently overcharge. If you choose to take a taxi, negotiate the price before getting in the car. Most hotels have taxis on standby, and are easy to hail throughout the Hotel Zone. Also, updated rates are […]

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Uber in Mexico City

  Uber in Mexico City: in recent years, Uber has entered the Mexico City taxi market in a big way, bringing much needed competition among pre-existing taxi companies, more safety, and a level of modernization that was non-existent before. The lower cost of using Uber versus the other taxi companies are a big factor in […]

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TAXIS

TAXIS (Mexico City) — There are several types of taxis in the capital, the most common are white. You can pick up a taxi in any avenue or street in the city. However, we recommend you go to the taxi stop (sitio), or you may identify these taxis by the B card they display on […]