7 Hours Culture tour itinerary for Mexico City & Teotihuacán: Marvel At Prominent Landmarks At The City Of Gods
Mexico City, Teotihuacán
Explore the City of the Gods quite early (7:30 am) and avoid large crowds and queues. Discover city corners and it's great pyramids and know the history of nine hundred years of this city. Visit two convents from the 16th century (San Nicolas Oxtotipac, San Agustin Acolman) and understand the contact of two cultures in this city.
Start this experience at the meeting point or your hotel at 7:30 am in the morning.
Visit the archaeological zone of Teotihuacan, very early in the morning just at the opening time of the area so you can have a better experience. You visit the most important metropolis of the Mesoamerican Classic and visit the first Quetzalcoatl temple.
Explore the Great Pyramid of the Sun which you can climb to feel all its historical glory.
Walk along the main avenue of these ruins, the street of the dead where you will see temples and murals that are about 2000 years old. This same road will take us to the Plaza de la Luna where, if you like can climb the Pyramid of the Moon.
Head to the Courtyard of the Jaguars and the Temple of Quetzalpapalotl that are a sample of the Teotihuacan elite palaces.
Optional: If you want, there can be a stop at a workshop where one will see all locals at work with cactus, stones and fibers; you can taste the traditional Mexican beverage "Pulque".
Lunchtime: I will give you some recommendations and you choose the best option for yourself.
Visit two convents: mini convent of San Nicolas Oxtotipac and the huge convent of San Agustin Acolman.
Return to the hotel or meeting point.
Round trip transportation in authorized vehicle to transport tourism.
Insurance during transportation.
Official Mexican tourist guide.
Meals and drinks.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
Use solar protection.
Teotihuacan and convents: fusion between prehispanic and Hispanic believes