Visit the most powerful civilization of ancient Mexico.
Teotihuacan is the largest archeological site in Mexico and one of the most important. You will visit its spectacular pyramids of the Sun, the pyramid of the Moon and the Plume Serpent Temple (Quetzalcoatl temple).
It has also some of the most interesting and biggest murals ever found in Mexico that are seldom visited by most tourists.
You can visit Acolman monastery from the XVI century , one of the oldest in Mexico or the shrine of Guadalupe.
This Tour is for you is you are staying in Mexico City or have a layover at the International Airport and is just one hour drive away!
In the archaeological site we will visit and climb the most important pyramids: the pyramid of the Sun and the pyramid of the Moon, also the Plume Serpent Temple and palaces with interesting and amazing murals where elite members lived.
Lunch time according to your needs and for people with dietary restrictions.
You have the option to visit also the Acolman monastery from the XVIth century where monks lived and worked or shrine of Guadalupe (the most important religious center on the Americas).
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 6 hours 30 min.
Sometimes traffic or weather can increase the duration of this tour.
car transportation in Toyota corolla or similar private driver and me as guide from Mexico city central neighborhoods to archaeological site. Please ask about remote areas of the city or suburbs.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
300 400 - per person for food or snacks.
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An unforgettable experience with an excellent tour guide!! Antonio made our visit to the pyramids and the Acolman monastery a beautiful and singular experience. On the way to the site, he provided us with valuable historical and cultural insight into Mexico City as well as practical advice about visiting the city. Once there, his knowledge of the pyramids/monastery clearly reflect his overall grasp of Mexican history. Antonio was very easy going yet passionate about his culture. We highly recommend.