Wayak is a tourism agency that brings to you the best solutions for your vacations in Mexico. Shuttle service, transportation, chauffeured vans and so much more. Today we want to talk to you about our Teotihuacan bilingual tour in Mexico, a wonderful chance to unearth the mysteries of this long lost culture. Contact us today to reserve your date.
Go back in time to visit the ruins of Teotihuacan. Located just 50 kilometers north of Mexico CIty, the origins of this archaeological site date back to 600 BC and, although there have been several excavations, it remains a mystery who actually built the city. You can draw your own conclusions when traveling our Teotihuacan bilingual tour in Mexico.
There is evidence that this was once a thriving city and one of the largest in the ancient Americas around the 7th century AD. It is believed that there was once a terrible fire that caused all the inhabitants of this city to abandon it without any warning. Our Teotihuacan bilingual tour in Mexico guides will tell you so much more about this place.
The three main areas here are: the Citadel, the Pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Moon and the Avenue of the Dead. The city was once one of the most populated places in Mesoamerica and a proof of the blooming pre-Colombian Mexican cultures. Apart from our Teotihuacan bilingual tour in Mexico, we have excursions to the many Mayan ruins.
Besides having the best Teotihuacan bilingual tour in Mexico, we also offer transportation and tours to other sites: such as Celestun, Chichen Itza and the famous Merida Cenotes, sinkholes that lead to subterranean bodies of water. You do not want to miss the amazing attractions found in the Yucatan Peninsula, some of our most popular routes.
The Peninsula has many sits that you will love, and we will take you there, with the best transportation services to Teotihuacan, Tenochtitlan, Uxmal, Chichen Itza and many other destinations. We will guide you through the history of this magnificent antique civilization and will help you draw your own conclusions about its disappearance.
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