Other, Museums / Culture, Day Trip / Out of Town, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. It would be possible to provide one child seat for children up to 25 kg.
You have to be able to get in and out of the car.
Maximum travelers: 4
Spanish (fluent), French (basic), English (fluent)
Tula capital of the toltec culture and a view on an exceptional barroque place.
Tula used to be the capital of the toltecs, where the historic Quetzalcoatl ruled, eventually was outcasted and moved to Chichen Itza. Tenayuca is another archaeological site north of Mexico City, with a pyramid similiar to the one in Templo Mayor. The Museo del Virreinato is special not only due to the collection of colonial art, there you can find the church of San Francisco Javier as part of the museum even if you have visted other barroque style churches this one is a very special one and is also located in the "Magic Town" of Tepoztlan the closest magic town to Mexico City.
Museo del virreinato (and it's church).
Time to lunch in Tepotzotlan.
Back to Mexico city
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Customer's lodging in Mexico City
End location: Customer's lodging in Mexico City.
Duration: 8 hours
Tour not available on Mondays
Renault Latitude or Honda Fit 2014
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 Mexican Pesos - Meals, beverages and admission fees per person
Licensed tour guide (N04496) and no restrictions like the non licensed guides. A "guide" has to show you a badge with his name issued by SECTUR (tourism ministry) and wear it always.
A Recent Review of this tour
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Carlos is extremely passionate about the "lost history" of Mexico on the non-mainstream area. This tour is definitely worth it - Carlos' passion for the topic on post-Hispanic history as well as first civilisations is addictive and his knowledge is top notch, smoothly finished off with a sharp sense of humour! We really enjoyed it!