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Correos de México, run by Sepomex, is the national postal service if you're sending a postcard. They have an office in the domestic arrivals area of Terminal 1. Walk to the planta baja (ground floor) and look for the pink sign in Sala/Hall A, close to Puerta 2 — they sell color postcards there too. Happy Travels! Post office at Terminal 1, domestic ...


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There are at least two mail / courier centers at the airport: Aeroflash - Terminal 1, lower level (PB) Sepomex - Terminal 1, lower level (PB


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Don't know of a single person that's had a problem on the subway/metro. You grab it from Terminal 1, it's around 3 pesos. Almost everyone that works at the airport takes this bus into the city. Foreign travelers forget that not everyone that goes to the airport takes a limo. Some people like the #4 metrobus because it has security surveillance and usually ...


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Since you haven't told us where you are, I'll assume you're somewhere else within or near by Mexico City. Your best bet will be a taxi. Public transport (buses and trains) don't start until 4:30am or later: Metro (trains) Monday thru Friday from 5:00 to 24:00 hrs. Saturdays 6:00 to 24:00 hrs. Sundays and Holidays 7:00 to 24:00 hrs. ...


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This is of course a question which is probably answerable best by experience, but since I think something is always better than nothing, here's a list of all the currency exchanges (In Spanish) on Benito Juarez Airport. There is also an interactive map on the airport website which shows a list of banks and currency exchanges. They are mostly nearby, so I ...



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