Probably the fastest way would be to cross the border into Nogales, Arizona, take I-19 North up to Tuscon, I-10 East to San Antonio, bypass San Antonio by taking I-410 WEST, then I-35 South to Laredo, Texas and cross the boarder back into Nuevo Laredo. It's around 1100 miles and should take you about 15 hours if you average 72 mph. Bon Voyage.
You mean a direct railroad route between Mexico and Canada? No. The main obstacle for such route is the United States. Mexico connects to various Class I routes in the United States, through the cities of Nogales, Juarez, Nuevo Laredo and Matamoros.
Take the I-35 S until you get to the US-Mexico border. It is a 15 hour ride.
185 miles (300 kilometres) taking this route:Cross the BORDER from LAREDO, TEXAS, U.S.A. into NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS, MEXICO.From there, follow MEXICO 85 MONTERREY-bound to MEXICO 40D to SALTILLO, near Monterrey. NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT YOU FOLLOW the D (toll) routes on MEXICO 85.Follow MEXICO 40 to Saltillo.
The Miami-Mexico City or Orlando-Mexico City air routes, which fly over the Gulf of Mexico.Otherwise, you would have to take the Interstate 10 (I-10) all the way to San Antonio, TX. From there, take the Interstate 35 (I-35) to the south, arriving to Laredo, TX. When on Laredo, you can cross the border to Nuevo Laredo city, on the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.The reverse is also true.
900 miles taking this route:Take I-10 EAST from Phoenix to I-19 SOUTH to NOGALES at EXIT 260 in TUCSON.Take I-19 SOUTH to NOGALES, where you will follow signs to the BORDER.CROSS THE BORDER INTO NOGALES, MEXICO.From there, follow MEXICO 15 HERMOSILLO.Take MEXICO 15 to Mazatlan. NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT YOU TAKE THE D (TOLL) ROADS. You will thank yourself if you do.
The easiest route from Minneapolis to Mexico is to take I-35 from Minneapolis, MN to Laredo, TX and cross the border into Mexico. It will take you about 21.5 hours to drive the 1,408 miles to the border. See related links for a map from Minneapolis to the Mexico border near Laredo, TX. From Laredo, TX to Mexico City, Mexico - TBD.
Mexicans often mean the city of Mexico, DF when they use "Mexico" so I will proceed under that assumption. Since Laredo is the busiest border crossing for cars, I will assume the writer meant Laredo. There is seldom just one answer to a question like this. There are always at least two ways to get anywhere in Mexico. The most common route that fits the question is from Laredo to Mexico City. There are two choices. Laredo to Mexico City via mostly four-lane toll roads is 706 miles. The route is: Monterrey - Saltillo (MEX-57) - San Luis Potosí - Querétaro - Mexico. Drive time is 2.5 days. Laredo to Mexico City via the scenic route of MEX-85 is 752 miles. The route is: Monterrey - Cd. Valles - Pachuca - Mexico. Drive time is 4 days (due to mountainous terrain, two-lane roads, small towns).
70 miles taking this route:Take SR-90 SOUTH (towards SIERRA VISTA), from Benson, to JCT SR-82; turn right onto SR-82 WEST towards NOGALES.Take SR-82 WEST to Nogales.
Between 68 and 72 miles depending on the route you take.
Take I-25 SOUTH to I-10 EAST to EL PASO in New Mexico.Take I-10 EAST to I-410 at EXIT 564 in San Antonio. You want I-410 WEST.Take I-410 around San Antonio to I-35 to LAREDO and SAN ANTONIO at EXIT 53. You want I-35 SOUTH to Laredo.take I-35 SOUTH to Laredo.
The most used trade route during the 19th century was the Santa Fe Trail, going from the northern city of Chihuahua into Santa Fe, New Mexico.Nowadays, there are several trade corridors, including:Manzanillo-Ciudad Juarez, connecting to El Paso, TXGuadalajara-Mexicali, connecting to Calexico, CAQueretaro-Monterrey-Nuevo Laredo, connecting to Laredo, TXMazatlan-Matamoros, connecting to Brownsville, TXTopolobamo-Ojinaga, connecting to Presidio, TX
It takes around three hours driving at 55 or 60 miles an hour, or can you can take a toll route where you can drive at 70 miles and it will take around two hours and fifteen minutes , so there are two routes to Laredo ,one toll route which cost about $ 15 dollars and one free. So you decide
His route was from Cuba to Mexico
Detroit, Michigan to the Mexican-United States border at US-83 in Laredo, Texas in a straight line is 1380.13 miles. If the distance is actually traveled, the distance is 1625 miles (depending on the route).
Route 66 goes through Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Santa Fe Trail was mainly a transportation route between Franklin, Missouri and Santa Fe, in the Mexican state of Nuevo Mexico. It was used to haul manufactured goods for trade in Mexico and to supply emigrants traveling west. The Santa Fe trail was also used as a military highway.
605 milesThough taking this easier, more recommended route it is 705 miles taking this route:Take I-10 EAST, from El Paso, to I-35 SOUTH to LAREDO, via I-410 WEST to bypass SAN ANTONIO (EXIT 564 off I-10 to get onto I-410 WEST ; EXIT 53 off I-410 to get onto I-35 SOUTH to LAREDO).Take I-35 SOUTH to Laredo.
The Battle of Laredo was fought during the American Civil War. Laredo, Texas was a main route to export cotton to Mexico on behalf of the Confederate States. On March 18, 1864, Major Alfred Holt led a union army of about 200 men from Brownsville, Texas to destroy 5,000 bails of cotton stacked at the San Agustín Plaza. Colonel Santos Benavides commanded 42 Confederate soldiers and repelled three union attacks at Zacate Creek. Colonel Santos Benavides secured passage of the 5,000 cotton bails into Mexico
The Santa Fe Trail was a trade route between the United States and Mexico.
The Spanish and French explorers used the Gulf of Mexico as an exploration route to get to Mexico and other parts of North America.
a plane lol
It is about 5400 miles (by great circle route) from Mexico to the UK.
It is a 10-hour flight with one stopover in Mexico City - via Aeromexico and Aeromar. There are cheaper flights with more stops and longer stopovers, Driving time would be about 43 hours, taking the shortest route of 2730 miles (through New Orleans, Houston, and Laredo).