Transportation information for Mexico City is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Buses and taxis are available at the airport for getting you to your destination. Be sure to only catch a ride in the "official" taxis. Knowing some Spanish will be a great advantage when taking a taxi. The Mexico City Metro system is an efficient and expensive method of transportation but can get very crowded during rush hours. Mini buses are also available. Prices can vary but generally are inexpensive. Car rentals are available but you are better off riding public transportation if traveling within Mexico City.
The Benito Juarez International Airport is located 8 miles (13 km) east of the center of Mexico City. This airport is the hub to all of Mexico. The Benito Juarez International Airport is the busiest airport in Latin America. Buses, taxis and car rentals are all available at the airport for your convenience.
Map + Directions
Mexico City is easily accessible by road. Mexico City is accessible by most all highways in Mexico. During the last decade or so, Mexico has invested huge amounts of money on the interstate road system. Interstate roads are tolled but are relatively inexpensive. The older interstate roads are free but are not as well maintained and can be slower.