This is a dynamic tour scheduled from 9:00 a.m. at 6:00 p.m., whose purpose is to explore 2 majestic historical sites in a complete way, but at the same time balancing with some free time so you can explore and climb the pyramids for those who want to do it and enjoy 2 of the most important sites in the history of Mexico. After visiting Teotihuacán (City of Gods) we will have lunch at a local restaurant and then visit for 2 hrs the Basilica of Guadalupe (The second most visited religious place in the world after the Vatican) and we will return to Mexico City around 6 p.m We will begin our tour from our office at 9: 00- 9:15 am. Please be there before 9 am to do your check-in! We will start in the pyramid of Quetzalcoatl with a brief explanation of the general history of Teotihuacán, after this you will have around 1: 45 h. of free time to explore the site on your own. We suggest going up and down both pyramids and then visiting the site museum. Around 12:00 we will give you a final explanation at the museum of art and murals of Teotihuacán, and we will finish lunch at a local restaurant and then visit the Basilica of Guadalupe for a time of 2 hours.
Abel & Carlos
Francisco and his team of tour guides in Mexico City have been doing Tours throughout Mexico for 10 years. Francisco really enjoys taking guests to explore the history of deep Mexico so that they take a new perspective on what Mexico really is. In their tours they always try to start early in the morning and get to the places before the buses that carry very large Groups arrive and in addition to visiting the pyramids, they include a visit to the Basilica de Guadalupe Francsico and his team are certified tour guides by the National Institute of Anthropology and History and I will share with you the latest report from the Teotihuacan specialist and the Basilica of Guadalupe.
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Your tour begins with a visit to the archeological site of Teotihuacan, where you’ll marvel at some of the most impressive pyramids in the world. Next you’ll head to Mexico’s most important Catholic pilgrimage site, the basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This shrine was built to commemorate the reported appearance of the Virgin Mary to Juan Diego, an Aztec peasant.
Please make sure to bring comfortable shoes since we will be walking a lot. Sunscreen to protect yourself from the Teotihuacan sun and your favorite snack in case you get hungry. We will also make a food stop.
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