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Luggage Keeper is an excellent place to store your luggage, backpack or any item if you are traveling in Mexico City. You can leave your luggage by the… Show more
- Most tourists take taxis from the airport to the city.
- If you're going to take taxis, I recommend you take what they call authorized taxis.
- The good…
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The public transport network in Mexico City is extensive and constantly growing. It is also relatively cheap.
The Mexico City transport network includes the following:
- Metro (12 lines)
- Mexico City has a vast public transport network consisting of the metro, the Metrobus (a bus rapid transit system), Light rail ( Tren Ligero and Suburbano), trolebus (…
- With the bad traffic in Mexico City, electric scooters come in as very convenient transport alternative, here is all the info you need to know to easily rent…
- Ecobici is the public bike share system in Mexico City. It uses almost the same concept as Citibike in New York.
Signing up for Ecobici
- For you to…
Mexico city is large and getting around can be really expensive. Here are some tips on how to save money on transport around the city.
- Mexico city is becoming one of the major connecting points for flights to Latin America and most flights have to connect from here to other Latin American cities…
- Unlike Rio's women-only subway, Mexico city's women-only subway actually works.
- After purchasing your ticket for only 5 Mexican pesos ( 25 cents) proceed to the cars at the…