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Without a doubt, standing on the top of the Sun Pyramid was one of the best things we did on our visit to Ciudad de México. It literally takes your breath away by the grandeur of the pyramid, the spectacular views (all four sides) and...More
Spectacular, some recommendations
1) Visit it with a Tour, you can get one in your hotel so no complications with your transportation.
2) It require at least 5 hours including the transportation, 8 hours with lunch and to enjoy it more..
3) You'll get some...More
This is a must see for anyone in North America..
Just an hour outside Mexico City and not expensive. If you are in a group of three or four you can go by taxi
- cheaper. If you book through the hotel it will cost...More
I wish I could remember our guide's name, but sadly I've forgotten it. He spoke very good English for the topics he was covering, and was obviously passionate about leading our group and explaining the history of his people in the area. Like most of...More
We visited Teotihuacan, spending a whole day. We hired official tour guide Joel. He is really good. We climbed the Sun Pyramid, 300 steps; the Moon Pyramid, pretty steep and the Feathered Serpent Pyramid, most beautiful pyramid. very spiritual site.
What an amazing place - most definitely worth a visit. It is one of those truly stunning places of historical interest. You do either need to read up on it before you go or have a guide.
Our guide did take us through the history...More
first suggestion is get up early and beat the main crowds. you can catch the local bus from the north station in Mexico City. we arrived at 830am and there where maybe 50 other people we could see on the whole site. it was amazing....More
I was pleasantly surprised. Great layout and amazing history (make sure you have a guide). The climb is well worth it and achievable for most. It’s a shame that at the top the serenity was spoilt with Harikrishnans chanting. We helped an older gentleman make...More
This is a MUST SEE in Mexico !! Huge and very interesting.
Took a day tour from Mexico City. It was worth it.
The tour included a lunch break, but the price of the lunch was not included and was way too expensive for what...More
Bus on time. Excellent guide and driver. Good organisation. Satifying explanation. At the end there were some advertizing for local artisans and traditional beverage with free degustation. Delicious and affordable lunch. Learned a lot and had fun.
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We were scheduled to stay at Villas Arqueologicas but the plans changed because a wedding was scheduled just before we arrived and it was thought we'd get a better night's sleep at Murals Poblenos which was a short van ride... More
We were scheduled to stay at Villas Arqueologicas but the plans changed because a wedding was scheduled just before we arrived and it was thought we'd get a better night's sleep at Murals Poblenos which was a short van ride away. Since the company I used (Far Horizons) is quite particular and you want to walk, by all means stay at Villas Arqueologicas, it looked charming. Yes you can stay in Mexico City but for maximum time, and you'll want it, stay at Villas Arqueologicas. Not sure what would be the best day but I'd suggest you plan two days with one being Sunday as entry is free that day. One of our days was Sunday and it wasn't all that crowded. Go early.