|Guide First Class Bus Mexico
ADO Bus Line is a large bus company with several division and several levels of service.
ADO cover all of Southern Mexico offering a Grand Luxury Division http://www.adogl.com.mx
(Lujo service) and a Platino service.
ADO covers the entire Gulf Coast, north to the US border and south to the Belize and Guatemala borders.
Mexico Bus Routes and Bus Fares
Mexico's long distance, first class buses run from Mexico City as the hub to connect all cities and reach the US border in the north and the borders of Guatemala and Belize in the south.
First class buses run the long distance routes for about about 15 cents USD per mile.
First class Omnibus, Futura, and Chihuahuenses buses run north to the US Border on roads that are modern high-speed toll roads (quota) avoiding the steep mountain roads where possible.
ADO Buses in the south run on the high-speed roads were possible with modern first class buses having air conditioning,( bring a sweater) lavatories, seat belts,
reclining seats, and video movies.(Bring Ear Plugs)
Bus Service Article
Grupo Senda www.gruposenda.com
Parhikuni www.parhikuni.com (covering Zihuatanejo)
Primera Plus www.primeraplus.com.mx Flecha Amarilla (Pacific Coast Mazatlan, Puerta Vallarta Guadalajara, Mexico City, Querétaro
Pullman de Morelos www.pullman.com.mx
TMT Caminante Mex, D.F www.tmt-caminante.com.mx
Tufesa Bus Cross border Phoenix Arizona USA to Guadalajara Mexico
Flecha Amarilla Bus
Mexico City to Pacific
Coast Beach Resorts.
Mazatlan to Mexico City in Central Mexico
Buses Reach Teotihuacan Ruin from Terminal Central Norte
Frequent bus from Mexico City's Terminal Norte also reach the ruin of Tula
Bus Copper Canyon
This line serves Copper Canyon from Chihuahua, Website: http://www
Bus makes frequent runs to Creel from Chihuahua Station
From Mexico City, long-haul Chihuahuenses, Futura, and Omnibus Coaches reach all of Northern Mexico.
Most Mexico Bus websites do not function for buying tickets. ADO, Tufesa, and Primera Plus websites do function for ticket sales.
Omnibus de Mexico, www.omnibusdemexico.com.mx
Other lines include
Autotransportes de Baja California, www.abc.com.mx
Autotransportes Turisticos del Noroeste, www.turisticosnoroeste.com
Estrella Blanca, www.estrellablanca.com.mx Futura, Chihuahuenses
Estrella de Oro, www.estrelladeoro.com.mx
Estrella Roja, www.estrellaroja.com.mx
Enlaces Terrestres Nacionales, , (ETN) www.etn.com.mx
Groupo 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 Futura buses (Autobuses Expresso
Futura), or Chihuahuenses which also runs buses as far as the US border.
This bus service covers as far west as Tijuana/San
Diego and runs south along the Pacific Coast to Puerto Escondido and Huatulco in Oaxaca State.
The four, first class bus terminals in Mexico City are the hubs for Mexico's first class bus routes..
The four bus terminals
serve the country, each Terminal covering a geographic region more or less, with much overlap.
Bus Service South of Mexico City
Mexico's Large Bus Lines Are Estrella Blanca, ADO Bus, and Flecha Amarilla
Tica Bus serves from Chiapas, Mexico,
through Central America to Panama City, Panama
This page is a guide to Mexico bus ticket prices, ticket purchase, bus routes, bus terminals, bus websites, and levels of first class bus service.
First Class Terminals In Mexico City
Mexico's long distance, first class buses run from Mexico City's four, first class bus terminals to connect hub cities and reach the US border in the north and the borders of Guatemala and Belize in the south.
Tapo Terminal, officially called Terminal Oriente, serves the southern and southeastern parts of the country of Mexico including the States of Puebla, Oaxaca, Tlaxcala, Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Veracruz, and Yucatan.
Terminal Norte is also called Terminal Central Norte. It serves the country north to the US border and includes the cities of Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Juarez/ El Paso Texas, Agua Prieta/Douglass, Arizona, Nogales/Nogales, Arizona, and as far west as Tijuana/San Diego.Terminal Norte serves the States of Mexico 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 Querétaro. Terminal Norte also serves States to the south and east including Oaxaca, Chiapas, Veracruz, and Puebla.
Terminal Central Sur serves the central and southern States of Guerrero, Puebla, Morelos, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Tabasco, and Chiapas.
Terminal Centro Poniente serves the central and western States of Michoacan, Jalisco, Guerrero, Nayarit, Querétaro, the State of Mexico, (called DF for Distrito Federal) and northwest to Sonora, and Sinaloa.
Southern US to Mazatlan and Central Mexico
Tufesa bus picks up passengers at a small terminal on 5550 S. 12 Th Ave in Tucson
Tufesa Bus serves from many USA cities to Mazatlan Beaches and to the colonial city of Guadalajara Mexico
Mexico Bus Guide
Make the most of your bus travel vacation in Mexico by using first class bus travel, a great way to see the country.
Bus Guide to Mexico Bus Travel, Bus Fares,Bus Routes, Bus Lines
Primera Plus Bus, a division of Flecha Amarilla
serves much of Central Mexico
|Bus Tickets, Fares, Mexico
|Bus Routes and Cities, Mexico
Divide Mexico into three regions: Northern Mexico, Central Mexico, and Southern Mexico. Mexico's large, first class bus companies serve geographic regions.
Estrella Blanca Bus covers the northern region running Futura Bus, and Chihuahenses Buses. ETN Buses and TAP Buses also cover Northern Mexico.
Omnibus also cover the northern region from the US border to Mexico City
Primera Plus Bus Covers Central Mexico from Mexico City north to Mazatlan, east to Queretero.
ADO Bus covers all of Southern Mexico from Mexico City to the Belize and Guatemala borders and all of the Gulf Coast to the US border.
Bus Guide, Mexico By Regions: Northern Mexico, Central, and South
Bus Lines And Bus Routes
In Northern Mexico, Bus Websites
To the South of Mexico
City, ADO first Class buses
reach all of central and
ADO also serves the Pacific Coast Oaxaca and Chiapas, the Gulf Coast north to Tamaluipas and south to Merida and Cancun
ADO Bus South of Mexico City to the Yucatan
Bus Stations In Mexico City
Tufesa Bus runs cross-border buses from the USA to Mazatlan and Guadalajara.
South To Central America