The next time you need to travel, use Orbitz.com to find flights from Guadalajara to just about anywhere you need to go. The main airport in Guadalajara is the Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport (Tlajomulco de Zuñiga)?, located roughly 20 miles southeast of Guadalajara and 10 miles from Chapala. The airport has only two terminals, which are within walking distance of each other.
The Guadalajara airport offers on-site parking just outside the terminal building near the airport hotel. Daily parking rates there are roughly 300 pesos. There are several commercial parking lots near the airport that offer long-term parking deals at discounted prices. Most of them have free shuttles that will take you to and from the airport as needed. Look for lots that have 24-hour security personnel and security cameras.
You can jump on the airport minibus service, Servicio Colectivo, which leaves from the city center and heads to the airport every hour. The trip takes roughly 35 minutes. A taxi may be your best bet to get to the airport quickly and safely. Taxis cost between 200 and 300 pesos.
Since the Guadalajara airport completed its recent expansion, you have many more airport dining choices. Full-service restaurants include Chilis Too, Corner Bar, El Quijote, La Pausa, Fronteras Bar, Medas and Wings. Grab a snack or meal to go at Burger King, Duda Snack Bar or Natural Break. For coffee or a light breakfast, choose Starbucks or Dolphy. Have a great trip, and don't forget to use Orbitz.com to purchase your next air ticket on one of the many flights from Guadalajara.
For cheap flights to Tijuana, Mexico, visit Orbitz.com. You can find deals on your air ticket that will leave you with extra cash for your trip. When you arrive in Tijuana, you'll most likely come to the Tijuana International Airport, also known as General Abelardo L. Rodriguez International Airport. The airport is located in Baja California. Aeromexico and Interjet are two of the major carriers for this airport.
You can purchase transportation from the airport to the city center through taxi cabs, vans or sedans. Expect to pay between 200 and 300 pesos for the ride. If you want to take the bus, you'll pay 8.5 pesos, which is under $1. If you're coming into the area from the U.S. side of the border or taking the bus back to the U.S., you'll pay approximately $5 for a one-way trip.
Tijuana, Mexico, is a hot region, and you should plan for the heat. The average annual temperature is 70 degrees Fahrenheit, so be prepared for warm days and cooler nights.
For nature lovers, the Cañon de Guadalupe is a beautiful camping area that shouldn't be missed. See the greyhound races that are popular in Tijuana at the Agua Caliente Hipodromo and Galgodromo. The city hosts the International Dance Festival, as well. For tickets to events and to find cheap flights to Tijuana, visit Orbitz.com.
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