May 2, 2012, 1:02 PM
Post #2 of 3
Kathy, to go to Guanajuato, I'd head for Terminal Norte de Autobuses. There, I'd check out Lineas Primera Plus or ETN. (I mentioned this in a previous response to you.)
Or get schedules on line: http://tinyurl.com/kt3de8, and
I don't think that there is direct service directly from the airport to Guanajuato. So, you'll have to take a cab to Terminal Norte.
Buy a taxi ticket for an authorized taxi from one of the taxi ticket booths inside, not on the street.
Some may suggest taking the Metro, but I don't recommend that on a first visit to Mexico City, with more than a few bags, and possibly being tired.
The market for traditional herb healers is probably Mercado Sonora. That isn't in the better areas of the city.
You can get to Teotihuacán by cab or Metro to Terminal Norte, where you can get a bus. However, I haven't been there in years, so I'm not up to date on the details.
Lots of info on that on the Lonelyplanet.com Thorn Tree, Mexico Branch.
The advice is always given to go early, to avoid the strong sun. There's very little shade there.
I have no info about getting to the Basilica. Info should be available at Terminal Norte. (Consult a good guide book.)
Do you have a good guide book? These details should be available in there.
"En Boca Cerrada No Entran Moscas."