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Mexico City International Airport (MEX), also called Benito Juárez International, is Latin America’s busiest flight hub, located in Peñón de los Baños, three miles east of the capital. There’s curbside pick-up outside Terminals 1 and 2. Hotels range from luxury (Ritz-Carlton, Hyatt Regency) to economy offerings like Downtown Treasure Place, with options for families, couples and business travellers. Packed with museums and historical sites, including the Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City offers superb day trips to places including ancient Teotihuacán. Talk to us about Mexico City Airport transfers across town and beyond.

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Some of the great hotels close to MEX

Book your Mexico City International Airport transfer to one of these hotels pre-departure:

  • Hotel Riazor is a few miles south-west, meaning a Mexico City Airport transfer in minutes. The four-star venue is rated ‘Very good’ on TripAdvisor. Near local exhibition centres, it has a gym and pool plus it’s business and family-friendly.
  • Hotel MX congreso, within three miles or a brisk Mexico City International Airport transfer, boasts 3.5 stars plus a ‘Very good’ TripAdvisor ranking. It offers business facilities and a conference centre, with a gym plus free breakfasts.
  • Hotel Roble is four miles from the airport, with a budget-friendly three stars. Reviewers rank it as ‘Very good’ with clean accommodation and it’s near key landmarks.

Transferring to a nearby airport from MEX?

  • Felipe Angeles International Airport is located some 40 minutes north, or a 26-mile Mexico City International Airport transfer
  • Toluca International (Adolfo López Mateos) Airport is 40-odd miles or just under an hour south-west of MEX
  • Querétaro Intercontinental Airport lies 130 miles north-west; you can get there in two and a half hours from Mexico City Airport
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Explore these towns near Mexico City International Airport

  • Tepoztlán is 50-odd miles south, or a 75-minute Mexico City International Airport transfer. This pueblo mágico (magical town) is known for its pre-Hispanic ‘temazcal’ or sweat lodge and as a place of spirituality and healing. Climb the mountains to see the Tepozteco pyramid.
  • Teotihuacán lies some 27 miles north-east; be there in 40 minutes from the airport. This ancient Meso-American city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site thought to date from 400 BC, includes a museum and the Pyramid of the Sun. Look out, too, for the well-preserved murals.
  • Puebla (‘City of Angels’) is around 75 miles south-east, making for a MEX airport transfer of 1 hour 45 minutes. Check out the cathedral, Temple of Santo Domingo plus the Americas’ oldest library, the Biblioteca Palafoxiana. Puebla is famous for its cuisine, particularly its mole or sauce.
  • Cholula is a similar distance away, so use a Mexico City Airport transfer and visit both towns in one day. It’s renowned for its ancient churches, including Santa María de Tonantzintla, a Baroque-style building.
  • Taxco in the Guerrero hills, is 112 miles distant, or a 2 hour 30-minute airport transfer, so it’s further afield. Once known for its silver, it remains a great place for jewellery. You’ll love the colonial houses and gorgeous cathedral, the Templo de Santa Prisca.
  • Cuernavaca, dubbed the ‘City of Eternal Spring’ thanks to its idyllic climate, lies 56 miles south-west or a 75-minute MEX Airport transfer. With busy restaurants and charming streets, it’s the ideal base for explore Xochicalco, a well-preserved fortified city.
Excursions to enjoy from Mexico City
  1. The Aztec Pyramid of Tenayuca is a quick half-hour, 10-mile Mexico City Airport transfer north. Take in one of Mexico’s most impressive highlights, dating from the thirteenth century and dedicated to the sun cult. Don’t miss the Serpent Wall on three sides of the structure.
  2. The Frida Kahlo Museum is nine miles south-west or 15-minutes from the airport. Kahlo’s birthplace, also called the Blue House, contains artwork by her and Diego Rivera, plus Mexican folk art, pre-Hispanic works and more.
  3. The Aztec Ruins at Malinalco, 65 miles south-west or a couple of hours from MEX, perches above the village of the same name in a verdant region of rugged rock formations. Highlights include the Templo Principal.
  4. Lago Avandaro is located 45 miles south-west; be there in 1 hour 10 minutes from the airport. Popular with families, it’s home to catfish and other species and encompasses 37,0000 acres. You can enjoy the hiking trails here or go boating.
  5. Parque Nacional Desierto de los Leones is 24-odd miles south or a Mexico City Airport transfer within an hour. It’s the perfect spot for mountain biking, while its 4,600 acres also encompass an ancient Carmelite convent.
  6. Huasca de Ocampo lies 85 miles or more than two hours from the airport. The Basalt Prisms here are up to 150-ft tall, and these giant stone columns with four waterfalls tumbling over them were formed millions of years ago. The eighteenth century Hacienda de Santa Maria Regla is another must-see.
Additional information for visitors of Mexico City International Airport

Travellers with disabilities should find this airport highly accessible. There are lifts and plenty of adapted toilets plus wheelchair ramps and low-level telephones. There’s also free mini-transportation within terminals, touchstrips in doors and Braille signage, alongside priority boarding and disembarking. Talk to your airline before you travel if you need a wheelchair or are bringing a guide dog.

Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México Benito Juárez
Capitán Carlos León
Colonia Peñón de los Baños
Delegación Venustiano Carranza
México, D.F

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