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First time in México city and just for a few days here and these guys made it worth every second of the tour. Our guides were Gabriel and Leonardo (ask for them) superb. Me myself were a tour guide in PR bioluminescent bay, so I...More
This site is definitely worth the trip from Mexico City- the photos do not do it justice. It's a spectacular place to see. We took a bus to the northern bus terminal in Mexico City and caught the bus to Teotihuacan from there. 104 pesos...More
If you are visiting Mexico City, make sure you get in a visit here. The trip can be done in as little as 4.5 hours and still be able to take in the museum which is well presented as well as exploring the whole site....More
YOU CANNOT SKIP THIS TRIP IF YOU'RE IN MEXICO CITY! One of the places that made me shocked while traveling, it's a breathtaking experience to be on the grounds of the Mayans! You must see it and you must claimed the Moon temple and the...More
We had an “express visit” to the pyramids, and organised by Urban Adventures, and Ulysses was our guide. He was brilliant. He gave us the most compressive guided tour in the short time we had. He showed us things that other guides didn’t know about....More
After seing Calakmul, this place is not much. We vsisted when it was free entrance for locals and it was so horribly crowded that there were rows to climb every pyramid.
You can not take a picture without people everywhere.
The place is very big...More
Arrived at about 8:15am on a Monday morning and had the whole place to myself for about an hour before anyone else turned up.
Parked in lot #5 which is by the museum and the closest to walk to the sun pyramid.
Plenty of time...More
A short stopover in Mexico City so we booked a Tour. Amazed at the wide boulevards and 18th/19th century buildings and huge City Square plus Aztec Ruins. We were then taken out to pyramids some hours drive from the centre of the city. These ruins...More
If you come to Mexico City, you should absolutely visit Teotihuacan. It's just an hour far from Mexico City. The place is amazing! And there is a restaurant near called La Gruta which is in a cave and the food is delicious!
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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.