Historical downtown Mexico City & Teotihuacan Pyramids Mezcal tasting

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Enjoy one of the essential highlights when you visit Mexico City that is indeed a modern cultural city, previously named Mexico Tenochtitlan by the Aztec Empire. Visit the Zocalo (main square) declare by UNESCO World Heritage and Diego Rivera murals at the National Palace. Continue to Teotihuacan and enjoy the Sun and Moon's highest Pyramids of Mexico and visit Quetzal Papalotl palace in this great site. After this full-day, try a pulque demonstration or Tequila or Mezcal shot. This tour has shared and private options. Please select the more convenient for you. Due to pandemic, it´s not allowed to go to the top of the moon & sun pyramids, museums, and some closed palaces. The Cathedral is closed for tourist activity. National Palace may not be available by government order without previous notice. In case this happened, another place will be added to this visit. Bellas Artes, Templo Mayor will be done just as a panoramic visit.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Palacio de Bellas Artes

Palacio de Bellas Artes is a cultural venue located in the Historic Center of Mexico City, considered the most important in the manifestation of the arts in Mexico and one of the most renowned opera houses in the world.

Stop At: Zocalo

The Zócalo or Plaza de la Constitución is located in the heart of the Historic Center, in the first square of the city. This square was the center of Tenochtitlán before the arrival of the conquerors, and it remained a political and religious center centuries later.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: National Palace (Palacio Nacional)

The National Palace is the seat of the Federal Executive Power of Mexico. Located to the east of the Plaza de la Constitución in the Historic Center of Mexico City, it is built on an area of 40,000 m². The National Palace may not be available by government order without previous notice.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Museo del Templo Mayor

The Great Temple of Mexico is an enclosure that includes a series of constructions, buildings, towers and a patio, the physical space where they were located, enclosed by a wall that had doors which gave access to the main roads of the city. Panoramic view.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)

The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary to the skies of Mexico City is the seat of the First Archdiocese of Mexico and is located on the north side of the Plaza de la Constitución in the Historic Center of Mexico City.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Paseo de la Reforma

The Paseo de la Reforma with a length of 14.7 km. It is the most important and emblematic avenue in Mexico City.

Stop At: Plaza de las tres culturas

Its name comes from the architectural ensembles around the square. They come from three different historical moments: the pre-Hispanic era represented by the pyramids and ruins of the Tlatelolco people; the Spanish conquest represented by the convent of San Buenaventura, San Juan Capistrano and the Catholic church of Santiago; and the modern Mexico with Xipe Tótec, which was the building of International Relations until 2005. Also this was the place where student revolts in the 60s changed forever Mexican society. Panoramic view

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan

Teotihuacán is a large Mexican Archaeological complex located northeast of Mexico City. Through the complex, which was once a flourishing pre-Columbian city, cross the Calzada de Los Muertos, which links to the Temple of Quetzalcóatl, the Pyramid of the Moon, and the Pyramid of the Sun. The top of the last two offers panoramic views. Inside the enclosure, in the Museum of Culture of Teotihuacán, objects such as pieces of pottery and bones are exhibited.

Duration: 2 hour
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