LA PAZ, BCS MÉXICO
FROM THE AIRPORT
For single travelers a Collectivo (van) from the airport is the most economical. The rate from the airport to La Paz is about $17 USD. A private taxi costs about $32 USD and is best for two or three people. As you exit customs, the taxi stand is behind you to your left in a small booth. Be sure to inform the taxi driver of the street address and cross streets, Madero and Mutualismo. (There is more than one Nicolas Bravo 110!)
Enjoy a Taste
of Baja Life on the
Sea of Cortés
ARRIVING BY CAR
DRIVING FROM THE NORTH
Follow directions for the town center. As you enter the town center, the sea
will be on your left. Just past the Los Arcos Hotel (now closed) turn right onto Rosales and drive two blocks. At Revolución turn left and drive up the hill to
the stop light. This is Nicolas Bravo. Turn left and drive down towards the Bay
1-1/2 blocks. The Inn will be on your right in the block before Applebees.>
DRIVING FROM THE SOUTH
You will enter La Paz on a long, multi-lane road.
About 9 blocks after a
large shopping center with Soriana, Sears, and City Club,
the road will veer towards the right and become one-way. After another 9 blocks turn left onto Nicolas Bravo.
There is a Bancomer on one corner, city center to your right,
and a large supermarket (Chedraui) on your left.
Follow Nicolas Bravo another 11-1/2 blocks. The Inn will be on the right side, just one block up from
Applebees and the Bay.
Within USA: 805-813-8059
Cell phone - 612-103-5891
FIND US AT
Calle Nicolas Bravo 110
between Mutualismo & Madero
Centro, La Paz, B.C.S. 23000
As you arrive, you will see the
Bay of La Paz directly in front of you.
A parking spot in front of the Inn is reserved for guests. If taken, street parking is generally plentiful and safe.
Park in any white or unpainted curb area.
TIPS FOR HWY SAFETY IN MEXICO
» A car coming in your direction with emergency lights flashing generally signifies a problem in the road ahead. Take caution for some time.
» A left-turn signal on the front vehicle generally means it is safe for you to pass; however, be extra careful.
» Watch for livestock near or on the road at all times. Grazing cows are common. Horses can be most threatening they may bolt and run in front of you.
» Avoid driving at night radiating heat from the asphalt attracts animals.
Have a safe and happy trip; drive with care; arrive before dark.