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I would definitely recommend a visit. It is hard work to get the top of the Pyramid but the view is worth it. There are many different pyramids to climb! There are also the areas to explore there! There is shops at the entrance and...More
When I went here, I went on my own, thinking that having Michael Coe's wonderful anthropology book in hand would suffice. I was wrong, got totally lost, missed seeing any living quarters, and ended up alone on an empty road hoping that a bus came...More
Teotihuacan was the main reason we planned a trip to Mexico City.
We did a lot of research and decided to take an Uber there. (The ride from the city center was a little less than $20 Usd) We didn’t want to be rushed by...More
This was the highlight of my trip to D.F. It's a little bit touristy with everyone climbing the pyramids and people selling bric-a-brac. However, the experience here is much more tangible than going to a museum where everything is behind glass.
The pyramids are a...More
My girlfriend and I went here just a few days ago. Fantastic experience. You can take the public transportation there or a tour guide which will be way more expensive. We used to public train where you can take the 5 train also called the...More
It's amazing that it's less than an hour from the city. It's best to have a tourist guide so you can appreciate it more. We only climbed the pyramid of the moon since it was noon already and it was so hot so go early!
This place was pretty spectacular and easy to navigate. Recommend to get a rental car if you also want to see other things. The stairs are steep and uneven but there are some hand rails. The altitude and heat made several people pass out so...More
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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.