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wilson93
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Posted 3 months ago

How's Mexico's rail system? Is it good for tourist transport wise, or should I opt for busses, and other public transport?

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nltrainer
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replied 3 months ago

For also wanting to see more countries: THIS site has all the basic info: seat61.com
Was there myself twice but quite some years ago now. At THAT time the ┬┤system┬┤ was even limited to a few remaining major lines with just 1-2 trains day/night and always extremyl late and also extremely cheap. I understand since then it has shrunk even further.
As a general rule: anywhere in ESpanol/latino Sur Americano countries the trains are bad to very bad to nil. THE way to go is by very luxurious long-distance bus. As in the past anyone could read in very first chapter of these things that seem to also have bitten in the dust : a GUIDEbook. Perhaps your library still stocks some older ones-prices are out of date general info probably much less and partly still valid.

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wilson93
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replied 3 months ago

I can't find anything related to Mexico Metro travel https://www.seat61.com from the link you provided. I tried looking online for further details and came to know about Metro's on Mexico https://gowithguide.com/blog/mexico-city-tourism-statistics-2023-the-ultimate-guide-5526 and from this website https://mexicometro.org/ it looks like official site for metro information. There are total of 12 lines and now i am even more confused

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argon
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replied 3 months ago

Heres the Seat 61 Site : https://www.seat61.com/SouthAmerica.htm#Mexico (Just scroll down)

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wilson93
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Thanks argon

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wilson93
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I can't find anything related to Mexico Metro travel [url=https://www.seat61.com][/url] from the link you provided. I tried looking online for further details and came to know about Metro's on Mexico [url=https://gowithguide.com/blog/mexico-city-tourism-statistics-2023-the-ultimate-guide-5526][/url] and from this website [url= https://mexicometro.org][/url] it looks like official site for metro information. There are total of 12 lines and now i am even more confused