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Guadalupe Shrine & Teotihuacan Pyramids Tour

by Gray Line Mexico City
per adult Price is € 57
Duration: 8h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Religious culture from pre-Hispanic, colonial & modern times

  • Church of Santiago, built atop Aztec ruins at Tlatelolco

  • Archaeological site of the pre-Columbian city of Toetihuacan

  • Chance to climb the 243 steps at the Pyramid of the Sun

  • Pilgrimage site & basilicas at Catholic Shrine of Guadalupe

Highlights

  • Religious culture from pre-Hispanic, colonial & modern times

  • Church of Santiago, built atop Aztec ruins at Tlatelolco

  • Archaeological site of the pre-Columbian city of Toetihuacan

  • Chance to climb the 243 steps at the Pyramid of the Sun

  • Pilgrimage site & basilicas at Catholic Shrine of Guadalupe

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8:00 AM, Tour in English

Duration 8h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is € 56, taxes included

No booking or credit card fees

Guadalupe Shrine & Teotihuacan Pyramids Tour

Activity Location

Teotihuacan

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Polanco Area: Estela de Luz (Stele of the Light) at 8:00 am

    Ciudad de México

  • Zona Rosa Area: Fiesta Americana Hotel (Starbucks) at 8:20 am

    80 Paseo de la Reforma

    Ciudad de México 06600

  • Historic Center: Palacio de Mineria at 8:50 am

    5 Calle de Tacuba

    Ciudad de México 06000


Description

Departure to visit two impressive ceremonial centers, Teotihuacan (Prehispanic) and the Shrine of Guadalupe (contemporary), witch outline the majority religious development of the Mexican people. We will begin visiting the pre-Hispanic archaeological site of Tlatelolco, or also know as the “Plaza de las Tres Culturas” with its colonial church of Santiago.

We will continue to Teotihuacan “The city of the Gods”, according with the Aztec myth, with more than 2,500 years of History. This place had a vital development, based on the Uses of the natural fibre textiles and obsidian tools and raw materials exchange. This will be explained in detail in a crafts centre and you will have the chance to buy a souvenir alluding to this visit.

You will be enter to the enigmatic archaeological site, visiting the temples of “Quetlzalpapalotl” (bird - butterfly) and the “Feathered Shells” and the whole Pyramid of the Moon. Finally ending with the impressive Pyramid of the Sun. You will be guided into a local restaurant for your take your lunch (not included).

Afterwards you will be delight to visit of the Shrine of Guadalupe, which is Mexico's largest religious shrine, where the San Juan Diego's Tilma is keep, with the most venerated image in Mexico, the Virgin of Guadalupe, “Matron Saint of America”.


Inclusions

  • Roundtrip transport

  • Bilingual guide

  • Admission to archaeological zone


Exclusions

  • Lunch and drinks

  • Tips are optional


Know Before You Book

  • Please confirm your meeting point and pick up time at least 24hrs before your service


Guadalupe Shrine & Teotihuacan Pyramids Tour ratings based on 122 verified reviews

Expedia-verified reviews

4.4 out of 5

5/5 2 Jan 2020

The guide Serguio was nice and knowledgeable. My daughter was not feeling well at the beginning. He took us to a pharmacy store and helped buy medications. He was accommodating in terms of time too. We learned a lot about Mexico history.

Yanfei P

United States

4/5 2 Dec 2019

The tour was great all day until the end. We were told that members of the tour would have to get off at one spot instead of dropping us off at our hotel or even the pickup spot. At an additional cost to us we had to get an Uber back to our hotel. The guide and the driver did a great job all day until like I said the end.

William D

United States

5/5 25 Nov 2019

We had a wonderful time, Sergio and our driver Oscar were very attractive and friendly. We had a wonderful day. Wished we had other restaurant options.. my family didn’t care for the food and was rather pricey. Felt obligated to tip the entertainment at the restaurant.