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canucklehead
9/9/2020 23:56 EST

Hi,
I'm doing some research on bus travel in the area around Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara and San Miguel de Allende. Currently all the websites that offer information on routes between these cities seem to indicate that there are no buses. Have they all been shut down or am I just not looking in the right places? Thanks.

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MexAG
9/10/2020 11:31 EST

I've found that a really good site for information as to how to get from one place to another is www.rome2rio.com (Rome to Rio). It tells you how to get from point A to point B anywhere in the world -- and I've found it's information is accurate for travel in Mexico.

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canucklehead
9/10/2020 13:27 EST

Hey, thanks a lot for reminding me about that site.

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wjparke
9/10/2020 15:15 EST

Have you tried:
https://www.rome2rio.com/
https://www.seat61.com/
https://www.tripadvisor.com/
Bill

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canucklehead
9/10/2020 15:28 EST

Thanks Bill,
RometoRio seems to answer my questions. I'll check out those others links as well. Thanks again.

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IAM
9/10/2020 18:22 EST

Hi Canuckelhead:

This should help you get started:

Travel around Puerto Vallarta:
https://visit-vallarta.com/essentials/transportation/bus-routes-and-bus-fares/
Travel within Mexico:
ETN: https://etn.com.mx/english/
Primer: https://wl.primeraplus.com.mx/
I;ve used ETN and would use again.

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nonotme
9/10/2020 22:06 EST

I have take the bus from Tequisquiapan to Queretaro, san Juan and San Miguel. The schedule on the web sites are incorrect

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canucklehead
9/10/2020 23:55 EST

Thanks to everyone for your responses. Your assistance is much appreciated. Cheers.

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jim42
9/11/2020 09:39 EST

Try googling ADO in Mexico, I have taken them on several occasions from Cancun to Merida....outstanding service

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