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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Basilica of Guadalupe

$44 USD

Departure: 9:00 am – Return: 7:00 pm

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Description

Your experience begins with a panoramic view of Plaza Garibaldi, famous for the mariachi groups, norteño groups, romantic trios and Veracruz music groups that gather there, dressed in their typical attire and equipped with their musical instruments. Later you will visit Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco, its name comes from the fact that the architectural ensembles located around it come from three different historical periods: Mesoamerican Culture, Spanish Culture and Modern Mexican Culture.

You will continue to the Basilica of Guadalupe complex, the most visited Marian site in the world, only behind to St. Peter’s Basilica, where you will visit the Chapel of Blessings, the Ancient and Modern Basilica, the Sacred Mantle and the Plaza Mariana.

You will also visit one of the archaeological sites of one of the greatest pre-Hispanic civilizations in the world; the archaeological complex of Teotihuacan, where you will appreciate the Pyramid of the Sun and the Moon, the Road of the Dead, the Mural of the Puma and explore part of the archaeological zone and learn about the history of this magnificent city.

You will get to know the wonderful handicrafts of the Teotihuacan and Aztecs, in a handicraft center, where you will taste one of the oldest drinks in Mexico; the Pulque, drink of the gods.

Finally, you will taste the typical food of the region in the traditional subway restaurant “El Jaguar”, where you will enjoy a delicious dish of Mexican food.

Departure: 9:00 am – Return: 7:00 pm.

This tour includes:

Certified bilingual guide
Traveler’s insurance
Tasting of typical drinks
Round trip transportation from your hotel or accommodation in the following areas:

Centro Histórico
Reforma
Zona Rosa
Roma Norte
Condesa

The meeting point for people in other areas is:
Hotel One Ciudad de México Alameda on Juárez Avenue (click to view in Google Maps).

Additional Information

Recommendations:

Bring comfortable clothes and shoes
Bring sunscreen
Bring a hat or cap and sunglasses.
Consider bringing extra cash

Round trip transportation from your hotel or accommodation is included in the following areas:

Centro Histórico
Reforma
Zona Rosa
Roma Norte
Condesa

The meeting point for people in other areas is:
Hotel One Ciudad de México Alameda on Juárez Avenue (click to view in Google Maps).