Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Mexico City Juarez International in 2019
Flight information Vancouver to Mexico City Juarez International
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Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Mexico City's Juarez International Airport
Airlines That Fly From Vancouver to Mexico City
Canadians can fly non-stop to Mexico City's Juarez International Airport (MEX) from Vancouver International Airport (YVR) through Air Canada and Aeromexico. With over 20 flights per week, you're sure to find something that leaves at a convenient time. If you don't mind taking a short layover, you can also choose Westjet, American Airlines, or United. Skyscanner's search tools can compare hundreds of different airlines and routes to find you the cheapest flights from Vancouver to Mexico City.
Departing from Vancouver
Vancouver International Airport is only a 30-minute train ride from downtown Vancouver on the Canada Line. This line also runs through Richmond, making it an easy choice for convenient public transportation. You can also reach the airport by taxi or in a rental car. Vancouver International Airport is fully equipped with free Wi-Fi, charging stations, a wide variety of shops and restaurants, and premium lounges. There are also a number of art and aquatic exhibits located in the airport to keep you entertained while you wait. Plan on arriving at least 3 hours before your flight to allow for enough time to clear security and make it to your gate.
Arriving in Mexico City
After landing at Juarez International Airport, follow the signs to collect your baggage and pick up a tourist card. The easiest way to reach your hotel from the airport is via taxi. It's important to know how much time and distance you expect to take to reach your hotel. Look for the authorized taxi areas located at the entrances to terminals 1 and 2 to purchase your ticket before using the taxi service. There are also buses that run from terminals 1 and 2 to a wide variety of cities and landmarks in the Mexico City area. You can purchase tickets for them on both levels of terminal 1 and on the ground floor of terminal 2.
Canadians can travel to Mexico as long as they hold a valid passport that is valid for at least 6 months. No visa is required, but all tourists receive a tourist card upon entry into Mexico. This card will be provided by your airline or immigration officials at your point of entry, and you must carry it with you at all times. This card, once stamped, will grant you access to Mexico as a tourist for up to 180 days. You can't extend the length of your stay from within Mexico, and must return the card to Mexican authorities when you leave the country. If you plan on staying for longer than 180 days, you will need to apply for a visa. Due to the unrest in some parts of Mexico and its tropical climate, remember to check the Government of Canada's travel advisories before you leave for health and safety information.
What to Expect in Mexico City
Mexico City is very densely populated compared to Vancouver or any other Canadian city. As a result, it might take some time for you to catch your breath if you've never been here before. Despite its seemingly chaotic exterior, Mexico City is home to some stunning ancient canals, historic Aztec architecture, and old-school cantinas that will have you second-guessing your beachside plans. At the end of October, Mexico City is the center of one of Mexico's most colorful traditions: The Day of the Dead. Check out our guide to celebrating the Day of the Dead in Mexico City to make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime party!
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