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Directions to Turibus Circuits
Getting around Mexico City as a traveller or tourist can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. A good travel option is Turibus, a double-decker bus service that makes a circuit from the historic centre, down the Paseo de la Reforma to Chapultepec Park and also drives through fashionable neighbourhoods like Condesa, Roma and Polanco. It's an easy way to get to important tourist attractions throughout Mexico City and will help you to orientate yourself if you have just arrived in the city.
The Turibus is safer than the metro or taxis as there is no crowding and you can see where you are going, especially if you sit on the upper deck (just don't forget a hat and sun cream!).
Turibus runs all week and you can get on and off at any of the designated stops as many times as you want in a day. Cost for adults (over 12) is 140 pesos Monday to Friday and 165 pesos on Saturday and Sunday. Children (over four) pay 70 pesos Monday to Friday and 85 pesos on weekends.
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