Join us on a full-day tour to the two beautiful and important historical sites of Cholula and Puebla, about two hours from Mexico City. Enjoy amazing views, food, and culture.
Teotihuacan Afternoon Guided Tour
- Adult Ages 13+
- Child Ages 3-12
Enjoy this incredible archaeological site as the sunset approaches!
Visit Teotihuacán, the ¨City of the Gods¨ and be amazed by the intense colors of the afternoon on the pyramids. You will live a unique experience in a magical moment! The pyramids will take on a special color, leaving a magical and mystical atmosphere that will allow us to have a more authentic experience in this city of ancient Mexico.
As you embark on your Teotihuacan Tour you will discover the 2,500-year-old Aztec settlement, a mythological ‘Birthplace of the Gods´. Follow our local guide as you wander through the fascinating complexes of the city.
Discover the Wonders of Teotihuacan in the Afternoon with this Tour
Be amazed by the 243 steps of the Pyramid of the Sun, traverse the 2.5-mile (4 km) Avenue of the Dead, and admire the obsidian and jade artifacts in the Pyramid of the Moon. Observe the ornate bird and butterfly decorations that decorate the columns of the Palace of Quetzalpapalotl, and see the carvings of a serpent and bird deity in the Temple of the Feathered Serpent.
After this experience, we will go to eat at a restaurant where you can taste typical Mexican food, as well as enjoy local products in an iconic obsidian workshop. Here you will have the opportunity to learn about the materials and the different techniques that locals use to make their products.
In short, a unique experience full of culture, history, and gastronomy that will not leave you indifferent!
The Teotihuacan Tour is a unique experience that you cannot miss!
- Visit the most iconic points and learn the history behind the Mesoamerican worldview
- Enjoy the atmosphere of the area while the evening falls
- Learn about the architecture of the archaeological zone
- Learn about local products from an obsidian workshop
- Bring an umbrella, a hat or cap, sunscreen, water, and comfortable shoes.
- Entrance to Teotihuacan
- Round transfer from the meeting point
- Bilingual guide
- Optional tips
- Behind the Palacio de Bellas Artes, on Hidalgo Avenue at 12:45h