Getting there

Mexico City’s airport, Benito Juárez (AICM) is an important international hub.  There are various daily flights from Europe (several direct flights such as Amsterdam, London, Madrid and Paris) as well as from major cities in the USA and Canada. Mexico City is a primary hub for Central and South America with direct flights to Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia to name a few.  There are direct flights to Japan and China via Tijuana international airport.

Mexico City’s airport and the nearby Toluca airport offer flights to many destinations in Mexico, in particular its coastal area that is considered to have some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Additionally, the city has five bus terminals with destinations all over Mexico.

Moving around

Mexico City has a great public transport system including the metro, metrobus (Bus Rapid Transit) and trolleybus. Taxis are widely available.  However, as Mexico City is a major metropolis, with infamous traffic we have made sure that all conference related activities are within walking distance or a short commute.

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