Toluca, Mexico, Mexico
Mexico State of Mexico
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( to-LOO-kah )
Toluca has a cool climate year-round. It was established as a Spanish settlement in 1530 by Hernan Cortes, who had received the Valle de Toluca as a grant from Emperor Charles V. The surrounding plain is fertile, producing grain, fruits, and vegetables. Cattle raising is important. The city has become increasingly industrialized, and has food processing and beverage plants, as well as flour, cotton, and woolen mills. Motor vehicle manufacturing.
The city is still known for its traditional handicrafts. Two small rivers run through the city, and nearby is an inactive volcano, the Nevado de Toluca, called also Xinantecatl and Cinantecatl. Airport.
Mexico has a vast bus system of 800 bus companies that can transport you to every corner of its 32 states. Over 39,000 Mexico bus schedules offer you a variety of inexpensive travel options.
Mexicoís bus system helps you save money by avoiding expensive rental cars, save time by avoiding airport security hassles, and save vacation memories by meeting local people as you get off the beaten path.
Mexico has the largest and most efficient bus system in the world. Even Mexico business executives park their luxury cars to take an overnight bus to a distant conference so they can arrive fresh in the morning, conduct business, and then return on another overnight bus.
Mexico offers five classes of bus service, ranging from executive class (lujo) with large reclining seats comparable to airline first class, video moves and hostesses serving refreshments, to VW vans that tackle the donkey paths.
But the Mexico bus system with thousands of bus schedules can be bewildering at first. Thatís because the Mexico bus companies do not provide printed bus timetables. One tourist in Mexico was even forbidden to photograph timetables posted above bus ticket counters. Contacting Mexico bus companies by telephone can be a frustrating, and very expensive, experience. Bus companies often do not have bilingual agents answering the phones.
Major travel guide books arenít too much help. They advise you to take expensive rental cars (do you know Mexicoís travel laws, and can read Mexicoís traffic signs), and in some cases devote more space to a practically non-existant passenger train system.
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