Tourism Office in Mexico City
There are strategic points of touristic information across the whole city. In front of the Zócalo, Museum of anthropology, at the airport. Most of the information given is in Spanish for different languages we recommend you visit the official website: www.mexicocity.gob.mx
Money Exchange and Banks in Mexico City
All banks account with ATM and money exchange at the window. You will need to present your passport to exchange money. Ask in your hotel where is the closest Bank or Exchange office.
The most convenient place to exchange money is at the airport, but if you couldn’t, there are several Exchange offices in Zona Rosa and Polanco Area. Most of the Currency exchange Houses are closed on Sundays.
Diplomatic Representations in Mexico City
You can Find all the representations under this link http://www.embajadas.com.mx/
República Federal de Alemania
Lord Byron 737, Col. Polanco
11560, México, DF
Sitio Web: http://www.embajada-alemana.org.mx/
Correo Electrónico: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
República Federativa del Brasil
Lope de Armendáriz no. 130, Col. Lomas de Virreyes. Delegación Miguel Hidalgo
11000, México, DF
Correo Electrónico: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Paseo de la Reforma 305, Col. Cuauhtémoc. Delegación Cuauhtémoc.
06500, México, DF
Fax 5080.2150, 5080.2750, 5080.2892
Sitio Web: http://www.usembassy-mexico.gov/
Correo Electrónico: firstname.lastname@example.org
Police Office for Tourist
There is a special Police Office just for tourist. Here you will find Police that speaks English, French, German, Italian and Japanese. The office is open 24/7
Ubicación: Amberes 54, Colonia Juárez, delegación Cuauhtémoc, D.F.
Tel. 5533-4444 y 553344-5382
Mexico Country code is 52
Mexico City code is 55
If you need to call a cell phone from yours, dial +52 (1) + state code + number
How to get there
Traveling by bus from Mexico City to go to any state of the Mexican Republic is very easy, first thing you have to know is that there are four bus terminals, here is easy to find lines of known and safe bus schedules available and different destinations.
Out of these terminals also we will find different public transportation routes which will take us across this small, major city
TAPO is the terminal that connects the DF in southwestern Mexico
Passenger Bus Terminal East (TAPO)
Calzada Ignacio Zaragoza No.200
Col. May 10
Metro: Saint Lazarus
Phones: 00 52 (55) 5762-5977
North Central Bus
Avenida de los Cien Metros 4907
Maximino Avila Camacho Col.
Metro: Bus North
Phone: 00 52 (55) 5587-1552
Central Poniente Bus
Between 232 Avenida Sur y Avenida Rio de Tacubaya.
Colonia Real del Monte
Phone: 00 52 (55) 5271 4519
00 52 (55) 5271 0038
00 52 (55) 5271 0149
South Bus Station
1320 Avenida Taxqueña
Colonia Campestre Churubusco
Phone: 00 52 (55) 5689-9745