How and where you can hop on and off?

These are double-decker buses that offer different circuits:

  • Circuito Centro Histórico (historic centre): Goes from the cathedral to Paseo de la Reforma and Chapultepec Park and into the trendy neighbourhoods like Condesa and Roma.
  • Circuito Polanco- Hipódromo- Chapultepec: Iconic architecture, the upscale Polanco neighbourhood, Chapultepec Park, the Convention Centre and horseracing arena.
  • Circuito Sur: Visit Coyoacán neighbourhood, Perisur shopping centre, main museums like the Frida Khalo House and Universum. In this one you can also see main venues like the Auditorio Nacional, Plaza de Toros Mexico, WTC building, football soccer stadiums; and the UNAM the Autonomous National University
  • Circuito Basílica: Visits the Basílica de Guadalupe (known for the traditional image of the Mexican Virgin Mary), the Cathedral in Down Town and Plaza Garibaldi (where you can listen to live mariachis).

Cost: Adults is 140 pesos Monday to Friday and 165 pesos on Saturday and Sunday. Children 4 to 12 pay 70 pesos Monday to Friday and 85 pesos on weekends.

The buses are equipped with earphones and you can choose to here the guide in different languages, including English, German, Japanese, French, etc.

Other tours:

One day trips: There are several one day trips that you can take, like the one going to the pyramids, to the city of silver, or the cheese and wine region. Please check the info on their webpage. This tours leave from different locations usually at 8:00 am. And prices rage from 500 to 1000 pesos.

More info about Turibus click here. 

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