Passenger Bus Service In Mexico

Understanding the nitty-gritty of the passenger bus services while traveling to Mexico will make your journey stress free. Have you heard of ADO (Autobuses de Oriente, S.A. de C.V.) bus services operating in Mexico? This article will provide information on the passenger bus service, ADO, in Mexico.

The Different Class Levels 

When booking bus tickets in Mexicothe first thing you have to look for is the wide range of class levels available. While checking the levels and their pricing, you might think it’s a bit expensive. But the comfort that you will get when traveling in these buses cannot be compared with others. The benefits that every class level offers are listed here. After knowing the different class levels and what they offer, you will like to go for one of them.

  1. ADO Platino (Platinum) 
    • USB and regular charging outlets
    • In rows of one or two, 27 reclining seats are there
    • Folding table and extra legroom
    • Enjoy access to the VIP (Platino) lobby
    • Bathrooms for females and males with changing table
    • A travel kit that contains a blanket and a pillow
    • Personal monitor connected to an entertainment system with onboard Wi-Fi

  1. Regular First Class (ADO & OCC)
    • Three to four monitors
    • 44 reclining seats
    • A bathroom

  1. Great Luxury (ADO GL)
    • USB and regular charging outlets
    • Six monitors
    • Complimentary beverages
    • Bathrooms for females and males with changing table
    • 40 reclining seats

  1. All Regular ADO Buses
    • Reading lights and blackout curtains
    • Air conditioning
    • Overhead luggage compartments to store luggage


ADO Aeropuerto and ADO Conecta 

These bus services are available between airports and cities. If you do not get bus service, enjoy the services of a cramped sprinter van or a sprinter van. The ADO bus services offer noise-canceling earbuds, earplugs, Siesta eye masks, inflatable neck pillows, water bottles, etc.

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