Book now for an early admission to the 2,500-year-old city of Teotihuacan and be amazed with this fascinating pre-Columbian Aztec settlement. You will certainly have the chance to climb the 243 steps of the Pyramid of the Sun and visit the Palace of Quetzalpapalotl, the Temple of the Feathered Serpent and many other interesting areas. We offer an English spoken Teotihuacan tour with expert guides and comfortable vehicle transportation services.
Travel alone or form a group up to 20 people. We will pick you up at your hotel and you will receive confirmation of your exact tour departure time prior to this activity. You can personalize your tour including a quick visit to ancient craft stores, dinner at world-class restaurants or staying at the archaeological site as long as you want.
We offer interesting tours for international travellers to the most amazing sites in Mexico City. Starting early in the morning is the way to go to Teotihuacan, for avoiding crowds and take advantage of cool temperatures. Our guides´ aim is to make the tour very interesting and fun.
You must be prepared for a workout, so this tour is probably not for people with respiratory problems, as some of the walking paths have uneven surfaces. Our guides are knowledgeable enough to introduce relevant and accurate historical information as you tour the grounds.
Our transportation services are clean, comfortable and right on time. Once at the site, the guide will give you the true history of Teotihuacan. There is plenty of time allowed to explore the pyramids. Teotihuacan is no ordinary place; it is ancient, shrouded in mystery and one of the most important archaeological sites of the world.
Teotihuacan lies in a mountain-ringed valley, just 50 km from Mexico City, and it’s the perfect place for a day trip. It is a site with a 2,000 year-old history. Despite the pyramids and the museum, there’s a lot to see and you can easily spend a whole day there. Nevertheless, if you’re short on time or just want to see the main sights, your guide will shorten your stay and will offer you the most interesting highlights.
Teotihuacan was built around 100 BC and collapsed a thousand years later in 550 AD, probably due to invasion, but no one really knows. It was not just a religious temple; it was a city that reached a peak population up to 200,000 people. Its historical importance is undeniable and there are many areas still to be discovered.