Explore the pre-Columbian pyramids with a solo tour to Teotihuacan. An English spoken guide can take only you to this extraordinary site or you can join a group, the choice is yours. This archeological site dates back to 100 B.C. and is the most visited archaeological site in Mexico. Immerse yourself in the Teotihuacan civilization and admire the mythical pyramids.
Having picked you up first thing in the morning at your hotel, we leave Mexico City behind to hit the road northeast and finally arrive at Teotihuacan, called the City of the Gods. We try to arrive at the Teotihuacan archaeological site at the best possible time, as the sun just begins to peek over the top of the pyramids to avoid the long lines and masses of tourists which flood into the area every day.
Visit the City of the Gods and be seduced by the majesty of the Sun Pyramid, the Quetzalpapalotl Palace, the Road of the Dead, the Moon Pyramid, and the Quetzalcoatl Temple. The guide will leave you free time to eat a snack and enjoy taking as many photos as you want with the extraordinary views this site has to offer. We take care of the transportation services and the entrance tickets.
Book as soon as possible your tour to Teotihuacan to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities. You can book up to 1 day before the tour if there are still places available. To reserve the activity, just choose the date right here and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately and permanent communication once you book your tour.
We make sure to offer well-organized tours for lonely travelers. Our guides are trained to make sure you understand the real meaning of what you are going to see. Our aim is to offer you the most complete story of Teotihuacan in such a way to assure you have fun while you learn more about this ancient culture in situ. Be there as the gates open and explore some of Mexico's most rich and vibrant history.
Discover the 2,500-year-old settlement of Teotihuacan and follow our English spoken guides as you wander around the city's most fascinating complexes. Climb the 243 steps of the Sun Pyramid and walk the 2.5-mile Avenue of the Dead. See obsidian and jade artifacts at the Pyramid of the Moon and the bird and butterfly motifs that decorate the Palace of Quetzalpapalotl. All this and more is waiting to be discovered by you!