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Private City tour through Prehispanic Mexico

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$150

Our tour begins in the Anthropology Museum, where you’ll get to admire some of the pieces amongst the vast collection of pre-hispanic art inside of the museum.

Our guide will explain pieces like the Sun Stone, also called the Aztec calendar; the Coatlicue, and several other pieces that reflected the thought, lifestyle, and religion of the different civilizations developed inside ancient Mexico.

Continue to the second point of interest, the famous Templo Mayor, for this you will board with your guide the Metrobus to the Historic Center until you reach the famous “Alameda” park, the oldest urban park in the Americas, along the walk, enjoy a panoramic tour of the most emblematic buildings such as the Palace of Fine Arts, the Palacio Postal, the Palacio de Iturbide, the Casa de los Azulejos and Madero Street.

After touring part of the historic center you will arrive at the Templo Mayor museum, a place where Pre-Hispanic Mexico and colonial Mexico meet at a glance because in the same place you can admire the archaeological remains of the ancient Mexica temple, and on the other side the emblematic cathedral, a legacy of the colonial era, You will visit the most important sites of the Templo Mayor accompanied by your expert guide, you will know the ancestral monolith of Coyolxauqui, the monolith of Tlaltecuhtli and the latest discoveries concerning the altar Huey Tzompantli, plus a visit to the windows of history located in the streets surrounding the site.

In just one tour you will have discovered the most important facts and visited the most outstanding pre-Hispanic museums, taking you to live the most complete experience!

Highlights:

  • Discover the ancient Mexican temple in the heart of Mexico City, in the Templo Mayor.
  • Visit the most important rooms of the Museum of Anthropology.
  • You will see the famous “Sun Stone” and the impressive mask of Pakal.

Inclusions:

  • Private Guide
  • From the meeting point
  • Entrance to Anthropology Museum
  • Entrance to Templo Mayor
  • Transfer by public transport

Exclusions:

  • Optional tips
  • Food and drinks

Note:

We advise you to wear comfortable shoes, as part of the tour involves a moderate amount of walking.