Querétaro

Welcome to

WHERE TO STAY?

Qro

Mexican students

Check the special rates we got for you.

International students

Check the NCMUN International Students Program

HOW TO GET TO QRO?

Any road you choose leads to Queretaro

Do you live far away from QRO?

Don´t worry, Querétaro is a city connected to the world through all routes and aerial means. It offers the best  highway system in Mexico, and the fastest growing airport in the country.

CHOOSE YOUR BEST OPTION

BUS RIDE

Take a bus ride to QRO

Take a flight directly to QRO

FLIGHT + BUS

Take a flight to Mexico City & then a bus ride to QRO.

FLIGHT

BUS

Safe, cheap, for your convenience.

One of the best ways to move around the Aztec nation and discover its diverse and unique horizons is through a bus ride. Mexico offers one of the major and most developed foreign bus transportation systems in the world. Querétaro has two bus terminals (5 de febrero and Centro Sur) where you can easily take a taxi, an uber or  just be picked up.

Most buses are equipt with free wi-fi, clean W.C.'s, info-entertainment systems, A/C, USB charging ports, wide reclining seats and the ride usually includes a lunch.

We recommend Primera Plus or ETN as your bus service provider. You can buy tickets through their official websites and get a 10% discount or pay them with a credit/debit, PayPal.

 

DIRECT FLIGHT

Safe and fast.

The Queretaro Intercontinental Airport (AIQ) offers routes to any destination worldwide via a stopover in Mexico City, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta or Chicago. It also offers routes to more than 20 national destinations.

 

FLIGHT

+BUS

Arrive to Mexico City by air, to QRO by land. Always safe.

In case of not finding cheap flights to Querétaro, a recommended way to arrive is first take a flight to Mexico City and then take the Primera Plus' 3 hrs direct bus ride to Queretaro. All Mexico City Int Airport terminals have a bus station.

 

Fundación NCMUN

Prol. Av. Zaragoza 61,

Prados de La Capilla,

76176 Santiago de Querétaro, Qro.

Tel: 442 216 7164

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