Terminal de Autobuses de Pasajeros de Oriente is better known by the acronym TAPO. It is located next to and conjoined with the Metro San Lázaro station, in the Venustiano Carranza borough in the eastern part of Mexico City.
If you’re planning to travel in Mexico by bus, there are some things to be aware of, especially if you are starting in the country’s capital. Being such a large metropolis, Mexico City has four main bus terminals located in different areas of the city. Each serves a different geographic region of Mexico (although there is some overlap), so you should check in advance which terminal has buses departing to your destination.
Before the system of four bus terminals was initiated in the 1970s by the government Secretary of Communication and Transportation, each bus company had its own terminal. It was decided to create these terminals corresponding to the cardinal directions to help ease traffic congestion within the city.
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Like so many towns on the Adriatic, Monopoli's history has been thoroughly influenced by its east-facing position and its fortified sea-front walls and castle tell many a story.
Parking in or around Piazza XX Settembre, location of a colourful street market, head east towards the cathedral. To find it just look upwards and you are sure to see its elegantly conceived bell tower thrusting into the sky. Built in 1693, the tower is over 60 metres high, completely dominating the town below.