With more than 60 operations every hour, Mexico City International Airport (AICM) is one of the busiest, with arrivals from more than 120 national and international destinations.
In addition, as an alternate airport is the Toluca International Airport, 1 hour away from the city center.
Within the airport you can find banking services, currency exchange offices and safe local ground transportation such as taxis and buses.
CDMX has a strategic position that connects with the rest of the country through different highway axes. Including:
HIGHWAY MEXICO –
Queretaro – Guanajuato
Cuernavaca – Acapulco
The city has four bus stations:
Getting to Centro Citibanamex is very easy from any part of the city since it is located in the area of the new Mexico City road project, with a direct descent from the Bicentennial Viaduct and the North Urban Highway. Both this venue and the AICM and the vast majority of hotels have immediate access to sites of authorized taxi companies.
Platform services like Uber and Cabify are also available.
COLLECTIVE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (STC) METRO
It has 12 lines, each with a distinctive number, letter and color. It has a total of 184 stations that cross Mexico City and 11 that reach the State of Mexico
It is a BRT rapid transit bus that crosses a large part of the city through 7 lines that connect to the Metro system.
It has more than 400 bicycle rental stations in the main tourist areas. It offers annual, monthly and daily subscriptions.