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Our experience taking subway to aeroport bus station to the pyramid was easy and seamless. Taking the bus back from outside gate 3 back to the subway was also simple. Unless you are a group of 4, using this method can save you some money...More
I visited the Teotihuacan pyramids on an afternoon sunset tour arranged by Amigo Tours out of Mexico City. The visit at the site and the experience with the Amigo Tours facilitation was exceptional, as was the bilingual Amigo tour guide, Mario.
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The Teotihuacan Pyramids are the main attraction at the Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Teotihuacan is an ancient Mesoamerican city of about 125,000 people (making it one of the largest cities during its era). The 2 largest structures at this...More
Booked tour with Viatour and we were fortunate to have a wonderful tour guide and driver. Arturo Ramirez brought the history and culture of ancient Mexico to life. He was a fund of information. Saw the amazing pyramids and the Basilca of Guadeloupe. Had a...More
If you plan on doing a day trip outside of Mexico City this is a worth while trip to take. I would go,with a guide to,help,explain the history of this exceptional site. You will,have the opportunity to,climb both pyramids. The sun is 248 steep steps....More
We went with a large group and spent a lot of time examining all there is to see of this stunning place. You can climb the very steep steps to the top of the sun pyramid. And can ascend to one level of the moon...More
These pyramids and ancient ruins are absolutely amazing. The grounds are beautifully maintained and the fact you can climb the pyramids is so cool. So much history here. It is much bigger than I had imagined we made a day trip out of it with...More
We went on a Sunday, however we did not know that it is free for everyone on that day. Because of this, it was jam packed with people. We also arrived in the early afternoon and didn’t get to climb the Pyramid of the Sun...More