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HSBC   Bank, ATM     (A)
Major international currencies and traveler's checks exchanged, Western Union agent.


Banamex   Bank, ATM     (B)
Two locations near the Zócalo. Major international currencies and traveler's checks exchanged, Western Union agent.


Scotiabank, Centro Histórico   Bank, ATM     (C)
Major international currencies and traveler's checks exchanged, Western Union agent, 24 hr ATM.


Santander   Bank, ATM     (F)
Major international currencies and traveler's checks exchanged.


Café Internet   Internet Café, Telephone     (G)
Cheap internet access for Mex$9/hr, telephone and fax service, long hours including weekends, conveniently located one block north of the Zócalo.


Public Phones, Alameda de León   Telephone     (H)
Use Ladatel phone cards to make calls from one of the dozen or so public phones located on the west side of the park.


Central Post Office   Mail & Shipping     (J)
Best post office in the city to receive mail addressed to Lista de Correos or Poste Restante.


Instituto Nacional de Migración   Emergencies,Visa     (K)
A lost or stolen tourist permit should always be replaced before leaving México. Otherwise, be prepared for hassles with immigration officials and a possible fine to boot. Besides, even though it might take a few hours, getting a replacement isn't that difficult. To get a replacement, bring proof of arrival date in México — stamped passport, copy of lost tourist permit, or airline ticket — to the Immigration office (www.inm.gob.mx) at the airport. to any Migración office. To extend your stay, bring your tourist permit. There's another Migración office at the Oaxaca airport.


Ticket Bus, 20 de Noviembre   First-class Bus Tickets     (X)
Ticket Bus sells tickets for bus lines operating out of the ADO First-class Bus Station. With two storefronts located close to the Zócalo, both open for long hours, they're a convenient alternative to schlepping all the way out to the bus station. Also, for schedules or to purchase tickets online, check their website (www.ticketbus.com.mx) or call 01-800-702-8000.


Ticket Bus, Valdivieso   First-class Bus Tickets     (Y)
Ticket Bus sells tickets for bus lines operating out of the ADO First-class Bus Station. With two storefronts located close to the Zócalo, both open for long hours, they're a convenient alternative to schlepping all the way out to the bus station. Also, for schedules or to purchase tickets online, check their website (www.ticketbus.com.mx) or call 01-800-702-8000.


Taxi Stand, Alameda de León   Taxi Stand     (D)


Transportación Terrestre Aeropuerto   Airport Transportation, Colectivos     (N)
Transportación Terrestre Aeropuerto runs colectivo vans between the airport and the Centro for Mex$52, and, for just a few pesos more, anywhere else in the city. Upon arrival at the airport, after exiting customs, look for the ticket window to the right of the main entrance to the terminal. For transportation to the airport from anywhere in the city, call a day beforehand or drop the office located on the Alameda de León plaza to schedule a time to be picked up.

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