Bus trips in Mexico are first class rides through mountain country

Best Mexico Bus Trips, First Class Bus Rides in Mexico

Scenic Bus Routes

Agua Prieta to Chihuahua and Aguascalientes
The bus route through the deserts along the Arizona Mexico border produces some grand  vistas of dry prairies and scattered mountains.

Colonial Cities
  • Zihuatanejo to Morelia

Leave Zihuatanejo via Parhikuni bus  Bus or Estrella Blanca and head into the mountains towards Uruapan and Patzcuaro.  The route goes from sea level to 6000 feet through passes between 8000 and 10,000 foot mountains.

  • Oaxaca City to San Cristobal de las Casas
Through the mountains of Sierra del sud and into the lowest and narrowest section of Mexico at the Isthmus of Tehuantepec the contrasts are remarkable as the bus route takes you from 6000 foot mountains to the flat and windswept Isthmus.  

  • Mexico City to Oaxaca City.
Beneath 18000 foot volcanoes Popocatepetl and Ixtacihuatl you climb to the high pass and then glide down onto the Tehuacan vally at 5000 feet and into the Valley of Oaxaca
  • Villahermosa to Merida

Following the Coast of the Gulf of Mexico through the coastal plain where the Olmecs lived to the home of the witches  annual convention at Catemaco..  The road cruises the coast  and further east and north on the Yucatan Peninsula.
Ruin Sites
Scenic Bus route, Zihuatanejo to Morelia
The best Mexico first class bus trips are scenic rides available throughout the entire country.                         
Bus routes are extensive and reach colonial cities, beach towns, and ruin sites.  The bus fares are reasonable at 10-15 cents USD per mile
Aguascalientes offers Colonial era churches, a Basilica, a large plaza and Pedestrian walkways to the church of San Marcos
The Scenic bus route from Agua Prieta  to Chihuahua passes through the town of Casa Grande where you find the ruin of Paquime about six miles from the bus terminal.
The best Mexico bus trips are the first class bus rides on the toll highways that connect the colonial cities and beach resorts
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