Chihuahua - Mexico's Largest City And Offbeat Destination For Travelers
Chihuahua, the largest state in Mexico, lacks the vibrant tourism sector that other neighboring locations like Baja California do. The Barrancas del Cobre, the largest canyon system in the world, as well as a number of museums and other natural sites are found there. Here are our picks for the best activities available.
Best time to visit: Feb-To-Nov
Things to do: Explore the city, Visit Top Attractions, Play Games with locals, Get to know its history
HOW TO REACH CHIHUAHUA
- Flight - Numerous non-stop flights link Chihuahua with the US and other cities in Mexico, including Mexico City, Tijuana, Guadalajara, and Cancun. These flights originate in Dallas, Houston, and Denver. Planes from Canada and Europe often pass through Mexico City or the US.
- Road - First-class long-distance buses operate hourly between Chihuahua and Ciudad Juárez (5–6 hours), which is just across the border from El Paso, Texas, and are a more affordable and comfortable option than traveling within Mexico. The Terminal Central de Autobuses (main bus station) in Chihuahua is a troublesome 10 kilometers east of the city center. Local buses run from the bus stop's entrance to and from the downtown area, but it is much simpler and faster to take a taxi to get here; taxis should have meters (Uber is also available).
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Local Bus - The buses run daily, stopping by each bus stop on every street! The buses are well-connected intercity and inside the city, Chihuahua.
- Taxi - There are multiple taxis available and accessible! Uber is widely used by the locals in Chihuahua city of Mexico!