The Teotihuacan Pyramids tour was Amazing! And the place itself was unbelievably incredible. I recommend going here so you can learn more about Central American history and culture.
Avoid the stress of navigating public transit on your own by meeting your guide at a centrally located metro station in Mexico City.
On arrival at Teotihuacan, begin your walk through the ancient “City of the Gods.” On this small-group tour capped at 12 people, you’ll avoid the large crowds that gather for museum-run tours. Listen to speculation on the mystery of who could have built the massive structures and then climb the Sun Pyramid for panoramic views of the Mexican Highlands.
After the tour, follow your guide to a neighboring town for a taste of pulque, an alcoholic beverage sacred to the Aztecs. From there, experience a side of Mexico rarely available to tourists at the home of a local family, where you sit down for a homemade meal in good company.
After dinner, join the guide on public transit for an easy trip back to Mexico City.
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Ady was our tour guide and she did an excellent job of fostering a sense of community and fun amongst our group of 8 in addition to giving an interesting archaeological tour of Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan itself is my favorite Mexican archaeological site simply because you...More
I just got back from my trip to CDMX and I'm very happy to report that my tours with Intrepid's Urban Adventures in Mexico were the highlights of my trips by far! I did the Teotihuacan tour with Ady and the Hidden Mexico tour with...More