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On Friday, May 17, 2013 (or, at the latest, on Saturday, May 18) I will be traveling from Oaxaca to Cuernavaca by bus. Is there direct bus service between these two cities? (My Lonely Planet (LP) did not yield the answer.)

I am aware that there is direct bus service between Oaxaca and Puebla. If I switch buses in Puebla, is there direct service from Puebla to Cuernavaca? (Again, LP did not have the answer).

LP mentions a bus line connecting Puebla and Cuautla. But is there service on the final stretch -- between Cuautla and Cuernavaca? I assume there must be because both cities are in such close proximity, but, again, LP did not have the answer.

I appreciate your help very much!

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On Friday, May 17, 2013 (or, at the latest, on Saturday, May 18) I will be traveling from Oaxaca to Cuernavaca by bus. Is there direct bus service between these two cities? (My Lonely Planet (LP) did not yield the answer.)

I am aware that there is direct bus service between Oaxaca and Puebla. If I switch buses in Puebla, is there direct service from Puebla to Cuernavaca? (Again, LP did not have the answer).

LP mentions a bus line connecting Puebla and Cuautla. But is there service on the final stretch -- between Cuautla and Cuernavaca? I assume there must be because both cities are in such close proximity, but, again, LP did not have the answer.

I appreciate your help very much!
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On Friday, May 17, 2013 (or, at the latest, on Saturday, May 18) I will be traveling from Oaxaca to Cuernavaca by bus. Is there direct bus service between these two cities? (My Lonely Planet (LP) did not yield the answer.)

I am aware that there is direct bus service between Oaxaca and Puebla. If I switch buses in Puebla, is there direct service from Puebla to Cuernavaca? (Again, LP did not have the answer).

LP mentions a bus line connecting Puebla and Cuautla. But is there service on the final stretch -- between Cuautla and Cuernavaca? I assume there must be because both cities are in such close proximity, but, again, LP did not have the answer.

I appreciate your help very much!
The ADO web site lists Oaxaca, Oax. and Cuernavaca, Mor. and I found an overnight bus between them.

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The ADO web site lists Oaxaca, Oax. and Cuernavaca, Mor. and I found an overnight bus between them.

Autobuses ADO
The ADO website didn't give the routing of the bus, that I saw, but given the trael time of 7:45 hours ... I'm suspecting the bus travels from Oaxaca to Mexico City and from Mexico City to Cuernavaca. I doubt there's demand enough for non-stop service.

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The ADO website didn't give the routing of the bus, that I saw, but given the trael time of 7:45 hours ... I'm suspecting the bus travels from Oaxaca to Mexico City and from Mexico City to Cuernavaca. I doubt there's demand enough for non-stop service.
The Oaxaca-Cuernavaca bus is a daily direct link (non-stop) . It is in fact an Acapulco-Oaxaca route, with a stop in Cuernavaca.

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The Oaxaca-Cuernavaca bus is a daily direct link (non-stop) . It is in fact an Acapulco-Oaxaca route, with a stop in Cuernavaca.
Are you aware that you're responding to a thread that is over a year old?

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Are you aware that you're responding to a thread that is over a year old?

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Yes, I am. Just thought I would complete the information left incomplete, as info about my new expat location is so scarce on this board.

Thank you for your welcoming words.

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Yes, I am. Just thought I would complete the information left incomplete, as info about my new expat location is so scarce on this board.

Thank you for your welcoming words.
I haven't been to Cuernavaca for quite a few years, but I did live there during the summer of 1971 and have many fond memories of that lovely city. We look forward to reading your observations and insights.

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Yes, I am. Just thought I would complete the information left incomplete, as info about my new expat location is so scarce on this board.

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Yes, welcome to another morelense! You're right. I haven't seen too many posts on Cuernavaca or Morelos in general. I actually am currently more Ontarian than morelense because we haven't made the big move down for employment reasons - but we do have a house in Tepoztlan, not too far from Cuernavaca, and try to get down as often as we can. My husband is Mexican and has family in Tepoz.

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Yes, I am. Just thought I would complete the information left incomplete, as info about my new expat location is so scarce on this board.

Thank you for your welcoming words.


I, too welcome participation on this board by someone moving to the Cuernavaca área. I hope you will post here often informing us of your experiences in your new town which, by the way, has three distinct climates since it is laid out on a mountainside so watch where you move there. More diversity on the fórum is always desirable. You post about Cuernavaca and I´ll post about Chiapas and Lake Chapala while others can post about their rerspective regions in Mexico. Should be fun

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