Jerez de García Salinas is a town in the municipality of Jerez, Zacatecas, Mexico.
The closest airport is the Zacatecas Calera International airport (ZCL IATA) which is roughly an hour away by car. This airport is served almost exclusively by Aeromexico and straight flights from Chicago, Oakland, and Los Angeles are available. Fares tend to be a bit inflated due to low competition so it is potentially cheaper to fly to either Aguascalientes (AGU IATA) or even Guadalajara (GDL IATA) which are both roughly 3 to 4 hours away by car (add an hour if traveling by bus).
The bus transit system is used extensively in Mexico and Jerez is an easy destination from most major cities. Transit companies such as Omnibus de Mexico or ETN offer connecting service. If you are arriving from the city of Zacatecas, there is a special transit line at the Zacatecas bus station (central de autobuses) that offers service for travel specifically between the city of Zacatecas and Jerez.
The town of Jerez is extremely easy to navigate and small enough to get around by walking. As the town itself lies in a basin, it is completely flat and most streets (specifically within the town centre) are grid-like. Should you have any issues, don’t worry about asking someone for directions. There are also taxis in the town centre or “jardin” which can offer service anywhere in the town for a relatively cheap fair – you can also negotiate a fare before taking the taxi. Keep in mind that the altitude is rather high (about 2,000 metres above sea level). If you are driving, also keep in mind that most streets are one way.