Private Half-Day Tour to Teotihuacan Pyramids
Our team members offer guided experiences not only oriented to architecture lovers but also for all people including elder people, families with kids who are looking for a unique experience that accomplishes high-quality organization, comfort, and knowledge.
Our experience, highlights the best Teotihuacan has to offer, ancient cultures, buildings, and Mexican lifestyle, shopping, and trendy places.
We create a tailor-made route to visit Teotihuacan. Our team members are certified by the National Institute of anthropology and History (INAH). Their credentials authorize them to provide architectural and archeological tours. They have an excellent knowledge of local culture and in addition, we offer our experience in 3 languages: English, Spanish and French.
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Hotel pickup available
What's included :
- Private transportation
- All Fees and Taxes
- Bottled water
What's excluded :
- Lunch - Lunch is not include in the Tour Price
- Breakfast - Breakfast is not include in the Tour Price
- Entry/Admission - Delirio
- Entry/Admission - Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan
- This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Delirio, Avenida Cuauhtémoc & Av. Álvaro Obregón, Roma Norte, Roma Nte., Cuauhtémoc, 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
We will pick you ar DELIRIO, Monica Patiño's Restaurant located in Monterrey 116 in Colonia Roma Norte in Alcadía Cuauhtemoc, 06700 in Mexico, CDMX
Here you can buy and eat a delicious breakfast while you wait for us to pick you, and start the Teotihuacan Experience.
Monia Patiño is one of the Best Chefs in Mexico
We give you 10 Minutes tolerance to pick you up.
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Paseo de la Reforma, Paseos de la Reforma No. 42, Mexico City Mexico
We will cross Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, which links the center of the City with Chapultepec. This is the main avenue in CDMX, the monuments that adorn its Glorietas or traffic circles, have a special monument.
Pass By: Torre Caballito, Av. Paseo de la Reforma 10, Tabacalera, Cuauhtémoc, 06030 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
The Caballito (Little Horse), this sculpture is one of the landmarks in CDMX
Pass By: Eje Central Lazaro Cardenas, Tlatelolco, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City 06900 Mexico
You can see the Tlatelolco Murals, as part of the public initiative titled The Beauty Project Mexico - which works on beautifying public spaces with works created by national and international artists - the graffiti and fine artist RETNA painted a stunning mural on the facade of Cuauhtemoc building. The work is titled "Escaleras Al Sol" (Ladders to the sun) and employs this LA. Based artist's distinct script style of painting that looks a lot like an ancient hieroglyphic language. it covers the entire 21 stories of the Building.
Centro Cultural Tlaltelolco, Plaza de las Tres Culturas, Murales de Tlatelolco, Mercado de antigüedades la Lagunilla.
Paseo de La reforma Nte. 604,
Pass By: Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe, Fray Juan de Zumarraga No. 2 Villa Gustavo A. Madero, Mexico City 07050 Mexico
We will see the Basilica, it is one of the most revered and important Catholic Pilgrimage Sites in the World and it is visited by millions annually, notably on December 12 for Our's Lady of Guadalupe's feast day, when thousands of devout followers come by truck, bus, bicycle, motorcycle, or on foot to pay respect to the Virgin Mary. When the original Basilica´s foundation began to sink, a newer, bigger building was planned for construction. Inaugurated in 1976 and designed by architect Pedro Ramirez Vázquez, the new basilica was the place of pope John Paul II´s first visit to Mexico. Be sure to buy some fresh hand made gorditas (mini corn pancakes) on your way out.
Monumento a la Raza
Plaza de las Américas 1, Villa de Guadalupe, Villa Gustavo A. Madero, 07050 CDMX
Pass By: Ecatepec, Ecatepec, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
On our way to the Teotihuacan Pyramids, you will see Ecatepec's Funicular, and the Colorful houses on the hills.
Stop At: Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan, Ecatepec Piramides km.22 + 600, San Juan Teotihuacan 55800 Mexico
We will visit Teotihuacan, one of the most impressive cities of the ancient world. Founded before the Christian era, this colossal urban center once housed up to 125,000 people and covered over 20 sq km. It dominated life in the region for 500 years before being destroyed and abandoned, around AD 650. later the site was held sacred by the Aztecs, who believed it had been built by giants. The ceremonial center, with its temples, places, and pyramids, bears witness to the city's splendor. However, the inhabitant´s origin, way of life, and even demise remain a mystery. Teotihuacan is an active archeological site, with new discoveries made regularly.
We will spend 3 hours walking inside the Archeological Site where you will visit:
1. Pyramid of the Sun and Museum
2. The Avenue of the Dead
3. The Jaguar Mural
4. Pyramid of the Moon and Plaza
5. Quetzalpapalotl Palace
6. Temple of Quetzalcoatl
7. The Citadel and Living quarters
8. Palaces of Teotitla, Atetelco, Zacuala, and Yayahuala.
Duration: 3 hours
Pass By: Insurgentes Norte - Frente Al Metro Indios Verdes, Residencial Zacatenco, 07369 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
You will see the Mexico City Metro. It is a rapid transit system that serves the metropolitan area of Mexico City, including some municipalities in Mexico State. It is the second-largest metro system in North America after New York City Subway. The system served 1.655 billion passengers, placing it as the tenth highest ridership in the world. It was12 lines with 195 stations. You will be able to see the Line 3 that runs along Insurgentes Avenue, the second most important Avenue in CDMX and the longest one
On our way to return to CDMX from the Teotihuacan, at the entry of CDMX, you will see the Station of Indios Verdes that is located in the north of CDMX. It had an average ridership of 118,633 passengers per day, making it the second busiest station in the entire network.
Pass By: Monumento a la Raza, Av. Insurgentes Nte. 280, San Simón Tolnahuac, Cuauhtémoc, 06920 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
The monument is located on a wide median green space of Avenida de Los Insurgentes in the northeastern part of the city. Mexicans are used to seeing it in a blur as they race it going to and from the pyramids of Teotihuacan. It was completed in 1940 and was the architectural work of engineer Francisco Borbolla and architect Luis Lelo de Larrea.
Basilica de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Av. Insurgentes, Nte. 280, San Simón
Tolnahuac, 06920 CDMX
Pass By: Forum Buenavista, Avenida Insurgentes Norte 1 Col. Buenavista, Deleg. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City 06350 Mexico
Buenavista Station is a passenger rail station in Mexico City. the station provided intercity train services from Ferrocarriles Nacionales de Mexico. Since 2008, the station serves as the terminus of the Suburban commuter rail service. A top ground-level station and tracks are one of the city's largest shopping malls, Forum Buenavista.
Pass By: Monumento y Museo de la Revolucion, Plaza de la Republica, Mexico City 06060 Mexico
Located in Plaza de la República, this triumphal arch was originally intended to be a federal legislative palace. but money ran out two years into the project, so the cupola was repurposed into this monument commemorating the Mexican revolution of 1910.
Antimonumento +43, Alameda Central, Barrio alamaeda, Fuente de Vicente Rojo, Museo de Memoria y Tolerancia, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Ballet Folklorico
Plaza de la republica S/N, Tabacalera, Cuauhtemoc, 06030 CDMX
Stop At: Roma Norte, Roma Nte., 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Colonia Roma also called La Roma or simply Roma, is a district located in the Cuauhtémoc borough of Mexico City just west of the city's historic center, and in fact, is no longer a single Colonia (neighborhood) but now two officially defined ones, Roma Norte and Roma Sur divided by Coahuila street.
The Colonia was planned as an upper-class Porfirian neighborhood in the early twentieth century.
Currently, Roma and neighboring Condesa are known for being the epicenter of hipster subculture in the city, and rivals Polanco as the center of the city's culinary scene.
Duration: 5 minutes
Departure Point :Delirio Mónica Patiño, Monterrey 116, Roma Nte., Cuauhtémoc, 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Traveler pickup is offered
We will pick you at the Delirio Mónica Patiño Restaurant, located in Monterrey 116, in Colonia Roma Norte in the Alcadía Cuauhtémoc, 06700 in CDMX.The Restaurant is located in the corner of Alvaro Obregón Street and Monterrey Street.This Restaurant is owned by one of the best Chefs in Mexico, Mónica Patiño. You can arrive earlier and have a delicious Breakfast or you can have Lunch at this place when we return from Teotihuacan.Airports
- Juarez Intl Airport, Mexico City Mexico
Return Detail :Returns to original departure point
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infant seats available
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Most travelers can participate
- This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
- This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- Face masks required for travelers in public areas
- Face masks required for guides in public areas
- Face masks provided for travelers
- Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
- Social distancing enforced throughout experience
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
- Gear/equipment sanitized between use
- Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
- Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.