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Mexico City & Teotihuacan Tour

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Adult Ages 13+
Child Ages 3-12

Mexico City & Teotihuacan Combo Tour

Make the most of your trip to Mexico City with this tour that takes you to the main attractions in the city and its surroundings over the course of two days.

City Tour:

Our tour begins in the Anthropology Museum, where you get to admire some of the pieces among the vast collection of pre-Hispanic art inside of the museum.

Later, we head to the Historic Center of our city, where the Aztec empire was once seated. Our guide gives you a brief explanation on the Great Tenochtitlan and the traces that remain as evidence of its existence.

You walk through some of the busiest streets in the Historic Center and the outside of some of its emblematic buildings, such as the Metropolitan Cathedral, National Palace, and the Palace of Fine Arts.

As you travel from the Museum to the Historic Center, you get to enjoy a panoramic ride across Reforma Avenue.

Teotihuacan at Sunrise:

Visit Teotihuacan, “City of the Gods,” in the early morning when the sun begins to rise over the pyramids, before the tour groups from Mexico City begin to crowd the place.

Enjoy this impressive archaeological site just as it begins to open its doors and visit its different buildings, plazas, and murals peacefully, immersing yourself in the magical and mystical atmosphere that allows you to have a more authentic and lively experience in this great city of ancient Mexico.


  • Metropolitan Cathedral
  • National Palace
  • Anthropology Museum


  • Entrance to Teotihuacán
  • Roundtrip transfer to and from the meeting point on both days
  • Bilingual guide


  • Tips (optional)
  • Photographs
  • Souvenirs

Meeting Points:

For the Teotihuacan at dawn:

  • Centro de Atención Capital Bus ,Calle Liverpool 169 Col. Juarez CDMX near NH Reforma Hotel at 6:20h
  • Hostal Amigo. Isabel la Católica 61-A, Downtown at 06:50h

For the City tour:

  • Main entrance to the Anthropology Museum at 09:50h

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