Bus Across Mexico, The Book On Mexico Bus Travel™, can save you time and money.
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This is the only guide that takes the mystery out of the Mexico bus system. Instead of paying for an expensive rental car (where will you park it), or wasting time in airport security lines, you can hop on buses to Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Oaxaca, San Miguel de Allende, and many other places across Mexico.
The bus system, largest in the world with almost 800 bus companies, is the Mexico’s favorite form of transportation. That’s because Mexico does not have an interstate highway system like the U.S., or a Eurail train system like Europe.
Many Mexico business executives (yes, there are some millionaires down there) will leave their luxury cars at home and use an overnight bus for distant conferences. The bus system is Mexico’s favorite form of transportation because of the lack of a super highway system, and the high cost of air travel (taxes will almost double the air fare).
Mexicans use the extensive bus system to get to outlying markets because the frequent buses are cheap.
But most tourists are unaware of Mexico’s bus system. That’s because the major guidebooks have little bus information and instead focus on air travel and expensive rental cars. Even the major bus companies offer scanty information about their services.
Did you know that the major bus companies offer packages that include transportation and hotels, just like the airlines?
Bus Across Mexico peels back the layers of confusion and mis-information about bus travel so you can use buses to get into every nook and cranny of the country.
This information will save you time and money on your Mexico vacation.
Here are some of the need-to-know things you can use from your first day in Mexico:
- The differences in the available classes of bus service. Mexico has 5 bus classes, ranging from executive class with airline business class seats and free refreshments, to the lowly VW vans scurrying through village streets. Bus Across Mexico solve your problem of which bus to choose.
- Mexico maps to guide you across the regions and cities. Included are maps of Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, the Yucatan, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta, Queretaro, Mazatlan, and many others.
- Bus Across Mexico is the only guide with route maps for the major bus companies, including Primera Plus, Elite, Turistar, Pullman, Omnibus de Mexico, ADO, Herradura de Plata, Futura, Tufesa, Transportes del Norte, and others. There are also local bus routes for Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Cancun, and several other cities.
- Pronunciation guide for cities and towns. This will help you in purchasing your bus tickets.
Did you know Mexico has the largest market in North America, including the United States and Canada?
Bus Across Mexico has several pages devoted to local markets where you can get bargain prices on native crafts. Markets are listed state by state all across Mexico
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