Visit the Teotihuacan archeological site, known as the City of the Gods, as the sun begins to rise over the pyramids. Climb the pyramids of the Sun…
Visit 6 of the most popular attractions in Mexico City and the surrounding area on this 2-day guided tour. Immerse yourself in history at Teotihuacan…
Enjoy a boat trip down the tranquil canals and floating gardens of Xochimilco, stroll through the quaint streets of Coyoacán, explore Frida Kahlo’s…
Explore ancient Teotihuacan, one of the world’s most impressive archeological sites, and climb the pyramids of the Sun and Moon. Visit Our Lady of…
Explore the Teotihuacan Pyramids from a view point like no other. This tour will take you on a one-in-a-lifetime journey as you rise in style,…
Visit Puebla, a Human Heritage City by UNESCO with more than 2500 buildings included as a heritage. Your guide will take you to the main attractions,…
Watch the stunning light and sound show at the pyramids of Teotihuacán and marvel as the various buildings of the archaeological site are illuminated…
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Mexico City Flexi Attractions Pass has Mexico City’s best attractions and things to do covered for one single price. Choose from 28 of Mexico City’s…
Get access to 28 activities and the sightseeing Turibus with a Mexico City Unlimited Attractions Pass valid for 5 consecutive days. See the sights of…
Exclusive Mexico City overview, private tour of Teotihuacán pyramids & Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. One day tour to see all the major…
Attractions in Mexico City
- 2Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
- 6Plaza de las Tres Culturas
- 7Palace of Fine Arts, Mexico City
- 8Xochimilco Ecological Park and Plant Market
- 9National Museum of Anthropology
- 10San Angel
- 11Catedral Metropolitana de México
- 12Zona Rosa
- 13Palacio de Minería
- 14Great Pyramid of Tenochtitlan
- 15Chapultepec Park
- 16Hospital de Jesus Nazareno
- 17Angel de la Independencia
- 18Six Flags México
- 19National Auditorium
- 20Plaza Garibaldi
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What People Are Saying About Mexico City
I really enjoyed the tour, the guide and the driver were great and quite accommodating.
The early pick up allowed our group to be first on the site in the morning. This was a real treat. The guide was technically correct and well informed, but could have made a much greater attempt to interact with our group of 10. the long bus ride in the traffic can't be avoided, but the long lunch stop at a craft shop could have been. Our previous day's walking tour of the Centro Historico was a superior experience.
The tour of the pyramids was very enjoyable. I recommend going early like we did so you can enjoy the pyramids before it starts getting packed and hot if you go in the summer. Our tour guide, Leonardo, was very knowledgeable and provided us with the history of Mexico City. Climbing the pyramids was an experience I'll never forget.
It was wonderful being picked up at our hotel. The tour was excellent. The only thing we would change would be less time for lunch and more time at a site. We are budget travellers, so the lunch place was a bit high priced. We anticipated that and brought our own lunch and ate outside the restaurant which was fine. nt,
We chose this tour because it was the longest and cheapest of those on offer, and promised us a snack of fruit, cookie and bottled water. It was a bonus to be collected from our private accommodation in Condesa, outside the designated pick-up area. Our guide was knowledgable and helpful, and deepened our understanding of Mexican history and culture - this to me is the real value of a guided tour, all that knowledge included. We had plenty of time at each site, including time to climb the pyramids, and the bus was air-conditioned and comfortable. Be aware no water or food is sold within the pyramid site. Our promised snack didn't appear, and it was a very warm day, so I had to take time to walk out of the site to buy water. The usual tour-connected shop stops occur, but they were good shops to spend time in - a souvenir shop near the Shrine of Guadalupe, a souvenir shop outside the pyramids, with an excellent talk/demonstration on agaves, and a restaurant with a good buffet lunch.