The country is located in southern North America
|United States of America||North|
|North Pacific Ocean||South and West|
|Gulf of Mexico||East|
The coastline is 9330 km
The main and most popular language in Mexico is Spanish. Its carriers are 98.4% of the population.
6.5% of the population speaks Indian languages.
|2.7%||Undeclared/ No answer|
Federal presidential constitutional republic
Up to 180 days a year
Use this page to find your country. If the country is highlighted in green – a visa is not required, in yellow – an electronic visa is required, in gray – a visa is required.
The passport must be valid for at least another 6 months after the date of return and have blank pages for stamps.
Tourist visa costs approximately 30 USD
There is only 1 type – Mexico Tourist visa
It is possible to apply online on this site
Or visit the nearest consulate or embassy
On average, the duration of obtaining a visa is 2 days.
Children must be accompanied by a parent. One parent or person accompanying the child must have the appropriate permits
Cats and dogs must be accompanied by a veterinary certificate issued in the country of departure, obtained no more than 15 days before arrival.
|Local Currency (Mexican Peso – MXN) and Foreign Currencies: up to USD 10,000 or equivalent in another convertible currency. More money must be declared on arrival||Local Currency (Mexican Peso – MXN) and Foreign Currencies: up to USD 10,000 or equivalent in another convertible currency. More money must be declared on arrival|
Banknotes of 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 pesos
Coins in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50 centavos, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 pesos
Where can I change my currency?
Currency exchange can be done at banks, large hotels, airports or specialized exchange offices “casas de cambio”. Difficulties often arise with the exchange of shabby banknotes or banknotes of old series.
Banks are open from 9.00 to 17.00 on weekdays (some bank branches are open even until 24.00 or until 01.00), and from 9.00 to 14.00 – on Saturday. Sunday is a day off.
Some bank branches in resort areas are also open from 16.00 to 18.00, on Saturday – from 10.00 to 13.30 and from 16.00 to 18.00, as well as on Sunday – from 10.00 to 13.30.
There is a small commission for exchanging. It is better to check the amount of commission on the spot.
There is a widespread network of ATMs in the resort areas. Most often, ATMs of the Santander and Banco de Mexico networks are found in the resort areas.
ATMs have a cash withdrawal limit of USD 300.
“Cash withdrawal fees are around USD 3 per transaction.
Withdrawing cash from a credit card will cost around 3%.
The most low commission – in CiBanco banks – 29 pesos, regardless of the withdrawal amount, with a withdrawal limit of 25,000 pesos per time.”
What currency should I take with me?
In Mexico, you can take any free-converting currency, but, preferably, US dollars. Euro and other currencies (Canadian dollars, pounds, Swiss francs, etc.) are not accepted for payment practically anywhere, but it can be exchanged.
Is it profitable to cash and change money at the airport?
At the same time, it is convenient to exchange cash at the airport and in the tourist zones.
A bus ticket from the airport can be purchased with cash pesos or paid at the box office by card. Most taxis accept US dollars.
How to pay in hotels, shops, restaurants, taxis?
Grocery stores accept both pesos and dollars, but change is only given in local currency in accordance with the exchange rate of the country’s main bank.
Other shopping malls and supermarkets are not oriented to the Central Bank and may have a different course, so it is important for tourists to get information about this from the shop staff.
You can use a card to pay practically everywhere, even when buying tickets for an excursion, for additional services in the hotel and in medical institutions. Only very small tokens do not have any short term. You can use some free tools when you buy a veneer, when you travel in a city bus or ADO cars when you come and go.
Most often, Mexicans use coins of 50 centavos, 1,5,2 and 10 pesos. 5, 10 and 20 centavos depart from the bypass due to low value, large malls often round centavos to 50 centavos or 1 peso.
There are restrictions on the exchange – the bank will accept from a foreigner for exchange no more than 300 USD at a time and no more than 1,500 per day.
Import and export of foreign currency is not limited (declaration is required), national – up to the equivalent of USD 10,000.
Mexico is a vast country and has different types of climate
Mexico City has pleasant summers and mild winters, with an annual average temperature of 18° C (64 ° F).
Mexico is a diverse and rich country. As a tourist, you have endless possibilities to explore and discover this country. If you find yourself in one of many Mexicos cities, the potential to find something unique and exciting is big. From old historical buildings to colorful neighborhoods filled with Mexican culture, there’s always something to do and see in the cities. Outside of them, you can experience the legacy left behind by various Mesoamerican civilizations. Pyramids, ancient cities like Teotihuacán and ruins litter the Mexican countryside. Nature is also a big part of the countryside, with wonderful valleys, canyons and underwater places to explore.
Teotihuacán is an ancient city, that was build thousands of years ago by a multicultural Mesoamerican civilization. Today, it is an archeological site and its most known landmark is the Pyramid of the Sun, the largest pyramid in whole of Mexico. There’s also attractions here, like the Pyramid of the Moon and Avenue of the Dead. Even though the city is well preserved, it still remains a mystery of who and when built it. New revelations and artifacts are still being uncovered to this day. This city is definitely one the most beautiful architectural masterpieces in Mexico. Because of it’s cultural and historical significance, Teotihuacán is the most popular tourist destination in the whole country.
The ancient city is located about 30 to 40 kilometers from Mexico City. There’s a bus, called Autobuses Teotihuacán, connecting Teotihuacán and Mexico City, it costs around 100 MXN and takes about an hour to reach the destination.
The National Museum of Anthropology is the largest and most visited museum in Mexico. It’s also one the most comprehensive natural history museums in the world. It contains some of the most important artifacts in the Mexican and Mesoamerican history, including the Stone of the Sun and the Aztec Xōchipilli statue. There are 23 exhibition halls in the building, where you can learn more about various parts of Mexican legacy. Moreover, the museum does not only focus on Mexico, as there are artifacts from other parts of South America. Exhibits that focus on other countries like Russia, Greece or Egypt are also common. The architectural side of this building is quite interesting too, because all exhibition halls are built around a courtyard. In the courtyard there’s a huge pond and a square concrete umbrella.
Tulum is an ancient Mayan city located in the Yucatan Peninsula. Built in the 12th century, this one of the last cities left behind by the Mayan civilization, abandoned around 1544, when Spanish arrived in South America. This well-preserved city stands near the shores of the Caribbean Sea. Buildings like Temple of the Frescoes and the Temple of the Descending God still stand like they stood hundreds of years ago. Tulum’s ruins and architecture allows you to experience the legacy left behind by Mayans. Around the city you can also find many different hotels and a tropical beach, which is also a popular tourist attraction.
From Cancun International Airport there is a bus that runs to Playa Del Carmen. It costs about 150 MXN and takes about an hour to reach. From Playa Del Carmen, the bus cost from 300 to 500 MXN and takes around 4 hours to reach the destination. You can also reach Tulum from Cancun and Chetumal.
Chichen Itza is one of the most promiment Mayan cities, with its origins dating back to around the 6th century. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, because of its importance. The Pyramid of Kukulkán, towering at 30 meters, stands above every other building here and definitely the highlight of the city. It has 365 steps and represents each day in a year. Another interesting landmark is Caracol, a 1000 year observatory because it shows how technologically advanced the Mayan civilization was. The Great Ballcourt and the El Caracoland Temple of the Warriors are also other interesting buildings to explore.
Merida and Cancun are the two nearest major cities. From Cancun, you can take a bus, which costs around 200 MXN and takes 3 hours. A car ride takes 2 hours and 30 minutes. From Merida, reach Chichen Itza by car takes 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Copper Canyon is probably the most famous natural landmark in Mexico. This network of canyons is even larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon in US. The canyon is named after is distinctive color along its walls. Indigenous people used to live in these canyons, because of that, they also hold a lot of myths. There are several options for travelling around this canyon. The most popular one is the Ferrocarril Chihuahua al Pacífico railway, which offers a scenic view from the comfort of a train. The railway rises to 2400 meters and provides an incredible view of the whole canyone. If you’re an adventurous type, there are bike and horseback excursions.
The best way to reach this natural landmark is from Chihuaha. From Chihuaha you can take a bus, train or taxi to reach the Copper Canyon. To get to Chihuaha, you can fly from any major city.
La Catedral Metropolitana is one of the oldest buildings in Mexico. Standing tall in the center of Mexico City, this cathedral is both an important historical and architectural landmark. This 16th century structure is a blend of Baroque and Churrigueresque, making it very unique. The bell towers stand above everything else nearby and the beautifully decorated temples inside the cathedral are a sight to behold. Inside the cathedral you can find an outstanding art collection and the catacombs, which are located underground.
Guanajuato is a Mexican city that’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Standing in the mountains of the Sierra de Guanajuato, this 16th century city is an important cultural location in Mexico. Ganajuato’s colorful buildings and alleyways, narrow cobbled streets and subterranean passages give this city a very unique atmosphere. You can experience some wonderful architecture in the main city square and the graceful San Diego Church. Museum of Quixote and Mummies of Guanajuato exhibit are also two very interesting places to visit. Pípila monument, located on a hill near the city, allows you enjoy a panoramic view of the whole beautiful city.
Guanajuato is about 350 kilometers northwest of Mexico City. By car, it will take you about 4 hours and 30 minutes to reach the city. By bus it’s about 5 hours.
Cozumel is one of the most popular locations for underwater activities. This place, discovered by French explorer Jacques Cousteau in 1959, is extremely popular among scuba divers and snorkellers. To protect its fragile ecosystem, Cozumel is a National Marine Park. The wonderful coral reefs and a variety of exotic fish make underwater exploration interesting. Moreover, there’s a big variety of other marine life, including the splendid toadfish. On the island, you can find wonderful beaches like Playa San Juan or Playa San Francisco. It’s also very easy to start exploring this place, many hotels and equipment rentals offer an opportunity to instantly start your adventures, whether you’re an expert or just a beginner.
Cozumel can be very easily reach from Playa del Carmen. To reach Playa del Carmen, you should fly to Cancun International Airport.
Los Cabos is one of Mexico’s top destinations when it comes to beaches. A 30 kilometer stretch of pristine beaches attract many people from all over the world. Two towns are located along this coastline, Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, with the place being called the Los Cabos corridor. Activities here include suntanning, diving, snorkelling, fishing and various water sports like water bike riding. Many resorts are also situated on the beach and provide accommodation and entertainment to tourists. Moreover, there’s a possibility of trying out a variety of Mexican cuisine. El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, a huge archway located on the coastline, is also a popular tourist attraction.
Los Cabos International Airport is the nearest airport. From there you can easily reach these beaches.”
|The general emergency telephone number||066|
|Traffic Police||903 00 92|
|Mexico City International Airport||+52 55 2482 2400|
Medical insurance is required to travel to Mexico. Insurance is issued for each tourist and eliminates the need to pay medical expenses for emergency medical care. Since Mexico has a vast geography – it is mountains, plains, ocean, sea, rivers, forests, deserts, etc., and this country is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, it is worth including the organization of rescue services in the insurance package. If you prefer visiting large cities, then a minimum package of medical services is sufficient.
There are no mandatory vaccination requirements to visit Mexico, but there are diseases for the avoidance of which, vaccinations are desirable:
Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus (once every 10 years), influenza vaccination – seasonal, recommended annually, hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever and rabies (if you intend to relax in rural areas, far from cities ), chickenpox (if you have not previously been ill).
In Mexico, you should only drink bottled water purchased from stores. Street food is simple, tasty and high in calories, but it is not clean and the risk of poisoning is very high. The food in restaurants is not worse, but the dangers are much less.
Mexico is a country with a rich variety of insects, snakes, spiders and other living things.
In both urban and rural areas, you should not come into contact with stray animals. To protect against mosquitoes, mosquitoes, it is recommended to use repellents. If you have been stung by a jellyfish, snake, scorpion or spider, if possible, photograph the creature so that the doctor can quickly administer the necessary antidote. If you spent the night outside the city, wake up, be sure to shake your clothes and shoes, as an unnamed guest in the form of a scorpion, a spider or a snake may be hiding there.
The level of medical care in public clinics in Mexico is low. The entire health care system suffers from a shortage of medicines, equipment, qualified doctors.
Medical care of an acceptable quality can be provided only in private clinics and clinics in large cities.
Mexico is not one of the safe countries, of course, much of what is shown in the movies is greatly exaggerated, but travelers will not be hurt by caution. And we strongly recommend that you:
leave all decorations and valuables at home (including an expensive camera, laptop;
in crowded places, bazaars, subways, do not wear a backpack on your back, as the straps can cut and steal it. In a cafe or on the street, if you sit down, keep the backpack on your lap, and not nearby, so that the attacker cannot pick it up and hide;
walk around the city with a photocopy of your passport, not the original and small cash;
have 2 bank cards to go out into the city, with one with a small amount of money;
to travel long distances, as well as from the airport, always use the services of only an official taxi;
travel only on proven tourist routes, do not tell unfamiliar people about the upcoming movements, but at home, leave your loved ones a plan of your routes.
There are 3 main mobile operators in Mexico
|Info||Telcel is the largest mobile operator in Mexico with more than 60% market share. Telcel’s prepaid package is called “Amigo”. By 2018, 4G/LTE network covers 77% of the population. Most optimal rate is “Amigo Sin Límite 100”|
|Cost||€4 for SIM|
|Speed||Average download rate is 26 Mbps|
|Other||SIM is valid for 60 days since last top-up or 15 days after registration|
|Unlimited use of WhatsApp, Facebook, “Messenger”, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram|
|Use of WhatsApp is free in Mexico, USA and Canada|
|Text code from card holder to *133# to activate or recharge. If you want to use recurring activation, you need to add ‘R’ at the end of the card’s code.|
|Where To Buy||You can visit any local Telcel dealer. It will be easy, because Telcel is the largest operator in Mexico.|
|How to recharge||You can visit Oxxo store to recharge, but these shops are cash-only. Also you can top up using official Telcel site (https://www.telcel.com/personas/telefonia/amigo/consulta-de-saldos-y-recargas/recarga-tu-saldo-amigo#!recarga-ahora)|
|Info||AT&T is a gigantic operator from USA, that became one of the main Telcel’s competitors after buying 2 local operators. Main prepaid plan is called “AT&T Más”.|
|Cost||€4 for SIM|
|Other||Valid for 14 days|
|Bonus 10 MXN to balance|
|Unlimited use of WhatsApp, Facebook, “Messenger”, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram|
|Where To Buy||You can buy SIM in any AT&T Store (https://www.att.com.mx/stores.html) or visit big retail stores to buy SIM there.|
|How to recharge||You can find top-up cards in any store in Mexico. Also you can download Mi AT&T app or visit this page (https://miattweb.att.com.mx/)|
|Info||Second real Telcel’s competitor, has 22% market share, has less coverage than both Telcel and AT&T, but prices are cheaper. Main prepaid plan is called “Prepago Ilimitado”|
|Cost||€4 for SIM|
|Other||Valid for 17 days|
|Unlimited use of WhatsApp, Facebook, “Messenger”, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram|
|Where To Buy||SIM cards are available in any Movistar dealer’s store in Mexcio, in 7-11 and Walmart.|
|How to recharge||You can buy recharge card in almost any small store in Mexico|
We suggest you to select “Telcel”, because this is the largest and the most widespread operator in Mexico. With “Telcel” SIM you will have enough data for all of your needs.
Check if you need an adapter before starting a trip
Some appliances never need a converter. If the label states ‘INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60 Hz’ the appliance can be used in all countries in the world
Mexico is a large country with a great transport infrastructure. Their roads are good, but sometimes they can be unsafe. Public transportation in the country is composed mostly of buses, as trains are barely used. Ticket prices are also low, thus encouraging the use of public transportation.
Road traffic is on the right side.
Train infrastructure in Mexico is almost non-existant. Ferrocarril Chihuahua Pacífico is pretty much the only passenger route that still operates in the country. There are also some other, smaller routes, but overall, trains are not popular in the country at all. Some cities in the country also have their own light rail systems.
Buses are pretty much the only ground based public transport in Mexico, as trains are barely existant. Bus services are great, with buses being comfortable, fast and reliable. There are many routes throughout the country, you can pretty almost reach anything in the country by taking a bus. They are mostly safe, but theft does sometimes occur. All buses in the country have three classes: first class, second class and deluxe class. Each route has a different class. For popular or infrequent routes, reserving tickets in advance is recommended. Tickets can be bought online, at bus terminals or from bus drivers. There are many companies in Mexico operating buses, with the most popular ones being Grupo ADO (www.ado.com.mx), ETN Turistar (www.etn.com.mx) and Primera Plus (www.primeraplus.com.mx). Major cities like Mexico City, have their own local bus infrastructure. Bus stops in the cities are not common, you must flag one down for it to stop. Various minibuses and vans can also provide bus services, but they are less reliable.
Technically, there is only one metro system in the country, it being located in the Mexico City. Metrorrey has another rail system that is called a metro, but it functions more like a regular rail system. Metro operates from around 05:00 am to midnight, at very frequent intervals. This is definitely the fastest of getting around the Mexico City. Moreover, there are 12 metro lines, so you can reach most parts of the city by taking it. It is also very cheap, with one ticket only costing 5 MXN.
There more than 100,000 taxis operating in Mexico. Some taxis have a meter, many don’t, you must agree on a price before departing. Some airports and bus stations have taxi tickets that cost a fixed price and takes you to various locations. It is highly advised to either call a taxi or request one in advance, as they tend to be safest. Moreover, private taxis tend to be more dangerous, with assaults and robberies not uncommon. Fares in the country are low, but it also depends on your location. Radio Taxi Sitio is one the best taxi companies in Mexico City, it is highly advised to order taxis from them. Uber and Cabify also operate in many Mexican cities and can be more reliable than regular taxis.
Аренда автомобиля в Мексике может быть отличной идеей, так как по всей стране есть много пунктов проката. Стоимость аренды авто зависит от региона, в некоторых регионах дешево, в других дорого. Многие дороги в Мексике находятся в довольно хорошем состоянии, только некоторые сельские дороги плохие. Из соображений безопасности рекомендуется использовать платные дороги вместо бесплатных. Более того, вождение ночью – плохая идея, и ее следует избегать. Водители за городом разумные, но вождение в нетрезвом виде иногда может вызвать проблемы на дороге. Чтобы арендовать машину в Мексике, вам должно быть не менее 21 года, иметь водительские права, паспорт и кредитную карту.
Renting a car in Mexico can be a great idea, as there are many rental offices throughout the country. Car rental prices depend the area, in some regions it’s cheap, in others it’s expensive. Many roads in Mexico are in a pretty good condition, only some rural roads are poor. Because of safety, it is advised to use toll roads, instead of free ones. Moreover, driving during the night is never a good idea and should be avoided. Drivers in the country are sensible, but drunk driving can sometimes cause problems on the road. To rent a car in Mexico, you must be at least 21 year old, have a driving license, a passport and a credit card.
Mexico’s main international airport is Mexico City International Airport
You can take the metro line 5 from Terminal Aérea Station.
|Schedule||05:00 am to 00:00, very frequently|
|Duration of the trip||5 to 10 minutes|
|Waiting time||Very short|
Metrobus line 4 will take you straight to the center of the city.
|Schedule||04:30 am to 00:00 am, every 20 minutes|
|Duration of the trip||30 minutes|
|Waiting time||Not long|
There is a taxi stand at the airport.
|Price||40 to 60 MXN|
|Duration of the trip||5 to 10 minutes|
There are many car rental services at the airport.
|Price||At least 1200 MXN per day|
|Duration of the trip||5 to 10 minutes by car|
You can book a private transfer from the airport.
For more information about transportation in Mexico City, you can go here: https://travel.usnews.com/Mexico_City_Mexico/Getting_Around/
It’s highly recommended not to enter a taxi cab that, besides the driver, has another person sitting there.
Mexico is completely safe for tourists of all ages. The attitude of local residents is always friendly, and the tourism industry workers sincerely try to provide guests with the best conditions for recreation.
Mexico is ruled by the subtropics and tropics. In the seaside resorts, it is very comfortable with kids in winter, the air temperature is kept at around 24-26 degrees above zero. But in summer it is hot and humid, +35 degrees. The beginning of autumn is dangerous with hurricanes, a squally wind raises high waves on the sea, it becomes problematic to swim calmly.
Mexico has a wide selection of hotels for every taste and budget: from assorted small and medium-sized hotels to huge hotel complexes with a thousand rooms. Many work on an all-inclusive basis. Almost every hotel is comfortable with a small child. The owners are trying to create a staff of animators, equip playgrounds on the territories, and equip the pools with small departments.
Children’s menu and baby food are provided in most hotels.
Necessary items for children can also be purchased in supermarkets, shopping centers, pharmacies or small shops in the hotel or nearby.
Babysitting services are available in hotels, and for older children, some hotels provide professional animation services.
The best option for a vacation with a child is the Riviera Maya resorts: here the waves are not as high as in the Pacific Ocean, and after a long flight you do not need to spend a lot of time on the transfer to your destination.
In Cancun, the safe beaches along the northern end of Boulevard Kukulkan are best suited for toddlers, with the calmest sea.
Families with older children are better off choosing Playa del Carmen, where they offer educational excursions to the pyramids and Mayan cities, to the Xplor Park and Xcaret Park eco-parks.
Mexico is a country with loyal attitude to animals
|1. Pet Microchip||Chipping your pets is not required to travel to Mexico, however, microchipping and registering your pet in an international database would allow you to identify your pet if it is lost.
In any case, make sure your animal has a tag with all the contact details.
|2. Vaccinations||All animals imported into Mexico from all countries except the United States must be vaccinated against rabies. The health certificate of the animal must contain information about the vaccination carried out. Vaccination is required for animals that you may have acquired in Mexico and the vaccine must not have expired – this is important, since the one-year vaccine is standard in Mexico. Pets under the age of 3 months are exempted from vaccination.
It is advisable to vaccinate dogs against: hepatitis, parainfluenza, plague, parvovirus and leptospirosis. And cats from: calicivirus, viral rhinotracheitis, panleukopenia, plague, and leukemia.
|3. Rabies Titer Test||Mexico does not require a rabies titer.|
|4. Health Certificate||You do not need a veterinary certificate to travel to Mexico, but your pet will be veterinarily checked upon arrival, and within 15 days of travel, a licensed veterinarian will issue a health certificate for your pet.|
|5. Ticks and Tapeworm Treatment||Before traveling to Mexico, you should make sure that your pet is healthy, as when entering the country, the animal is checked, if fleas, ticks or parasites are found, the animal will be sent for treatment. However, be vigilant and protect your animal from infection with various infections in Mexico.|
|6. Entering by Air||If at the time of arrival, during the examination of the pet, signs of illness are found, you will need to contact a licensed veterinarian for examination.|
|7. Banned breeds||Mexico does not publish a list of prohibited breeds|
|8. Other Animals||Birds can be brought into Mexico, but only from countries where avian influenza has not been detected. Rabbits require rabies vaccinations and health certificates.
Birds, reptiles, fish, mammals, invertebrates, amphibians, rodents are not subject to rabies vaccination requirements, but must have a health certificate. Pet owners should request the necessary information from the relevant authorities in their country and / or country of destination.
|9. CITES||If your pet is not a cat, dog or ferret, make sure it is not a species protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Animals of Wildlife (CITES). If your pet is a rare species, then you should get special permits.|
You can transport your pet in a public transport in a suitable carrier.
It is better to discuss this issue directly with the driver.
There are enough hotels in Mexico where you can stay with your pets and you can choose one of them when booking.
If all of the above rules are fulfilled, there will be no problems traveling with animals in Mexico.
Transporting animals long distances is a huge stress for them. Please consider this fact in order not to harm your little friend.
And if you cannot leave your pet under the supervision of the house, then take care of purchasing the most comfortable carrying and take with you enough medicines to solve the problems of the animal as soon as possible.
More information can be found on this website
In Mexico, at the legislative level, there are no rules for transporting children in a car, so we advise you to take care of the safety of your child. When transporting a child under 3 years of age, place the child in the rearward facing child seat in the front seat. Remember to deactivate the airbag before doing this. Older children should sit in the back. Use a child restraint and don’t forget the seat belts.A civil liability insurance policy is required.
Refrain from driving in the dark.
Do not drive fellow travelers.
Close your car windows and doors tightly while standing at a red traffic light. It will not be superfluous to have a detailed map of the country.
|Urban||30 to 70 km/h|
|Speed limit||Rural||90 km/h|
|Highway||100 to 120 km/h|
|Minimal driving age||18 years|
|Minimal rental age||23 years|
|Seat belts||Seat belts must be worn in the front and in the rear|
Usually all good roads are toll roads. They have their advantages:
– no police officers;
– no tops;
– you can drive at almost any speed.
But there is also the main disadvantage – the price. The roads are not cheap, sometimes you can pay up to 400 ($ 18.71) pesos for a plot. And the sections themselves are not always long. There are roads for 100 pesos (about $ 4.68) for 25 kilometers.
Payment can be made in two ways. The first is when you pay immediately at a payment point. The second way is when you are given something like a check, and you pay for it after you have passed the required section
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Режим работы ресторана быстрого питания «Колонат»: 7-00 средний чек - 7 EUR. Есть детское кресло.
Bunkart2 - величественный бункер, построенный на окраине города в 70-х годах бывшим диктатором Энвером Ходжей. Это невероятное место, чтобы пройти через туннель на склоне холма. Есть несколько комнат, превращенных в небольшие уроки истории, показывающие итальянские и немецкие вторжения в эпоху Ходжа.
Советы - Под землей холодно, подойдет свитер, продолжительность экскурсии 90 минут. Цена 4 EUR, детям до 3 лет вход бесплатный. Время работы с 10 до 19.
Завтрак подается до 10 утра.
Доступ к шоссе свободный.
Скорость 90-110 км / ч, сельская 80, городская 40.
Цена 45 EUR, 1 двуспальная кровать.
Завтрак не входит.
На территории гостиницы имеется парковка.
Заселение в 14:00.
Окрестности гостиницы, удобства Расположение на карте или проверьте другие варианты
Рекомендем погулять. Проходит 10 мин. Расстояние 500 м.
Отдохните и расслабьтесь! Шезлонг и зонт обычно стоят от 3-5 EUR, но если у вас есть собственный, вы легко найдете общественный пляж с бесплатным входом.
Ресторан - "Piceri Cekodima". Еда: пицца, местная, средиземноморская.
Цена 15-25 EUR
Вылет из Тираны
Цена билетов начинается от 45 EUR "Rynair".
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Прибытие в Вильнюс
Из аэропорта Вильнюса "Rynair", на карте , напоминание
Прилет в Тирану
Аренда авто, на карте
Заезд в 14:00. Время в пути обычно 20 мин, час пик 40-60 мин.На карте
Банк Албании. Напоминание .На карте
MC Donald's Works круглосуточно и без выходных.На карте
Bunkart2 - Время работы с 10 до 19. На карте
Ресторан - "À la Santé". На карте
Завтрак подается до 10 утра.
"Rezidenca Cehodhima". Заезд в 14:00
"Radhine beach" - рекомендуем погулять. На карте
Ресторан "Cekodima". На карте
"Rezidenca Cehodhima" - Рекомендуем вернуться в отель на пляже.На карте
Вылет из Тираны. На карте Напоминание
Прибытие в Вильнюс
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