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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Basilica of Guadalupe

Highlights
  • An action-packed combo tour of Teotihuacan and Tlatelolco
  • Cover both world-renowned archaeological sites in a single visit
  • Make a stop at the Shrine of Guadeloupe, a Catholic pilgrimage site 
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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Basilica of Guadalupe
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Early Booking Option
Early Booking Special: Book 30 days in advanced and get 15% off of the regular tour option
From USD 40.40
Tour WITHOUT LUNCH
Enjoy the benefits of a visit Teotihuacan, Tlatelolco and the Shrine of Guadalupe
From USD 48.33
Tour WITH Lunch
Enjoy this tour across Teotihuacan, Tlatelolco and Guadalupe Shrine, besides having a delicious buffet lunch (drinks are not included)
From USD 80.13
Overview

Teotihuacan is an ancient pre-Colombian city in Mexico, and Tlatelolco is a 14th-century Aztec market town, excavated from beneath the capital. Discover both captivating archaeological sites during this in-depth combo tour. Enjoy guided visits through two of Mexico’s most unforgettable attractions, topped off with a stop at the Shrine of Guadalupe, one of the most popular Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world.

What to Expect

Teotihuacan and Tlatelolco—pre-Hispanic archaeological parks in Mexico—were once sister cities, but most tourists only have time to visit one set of ruins at a time. During this unique and action-packed combo tour departing from Mexico City, you’ll get a first-hand peek at two of the country’s top historical sites in a single visit.

Head first to Tlatelolco, the former capital of the Aztec Empire. During an in-depth guided tour, you’ll learn about the golden age of the 14th-century market city, when 60,000 buyers came to sell their goods each day. Discover the impressive ruins of the city’s main temple and stand in the Plaza of the Three Cultures, which honors pre-Hispanic, colonial, and modern Mexico.

Stop at the Shrine of Guadalupe, one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world, before heading to Teotihuacan for an unforgettable look at its massive stepped pyramids, some dating back to the 1st century. Learn how the city, which translates to the “place where the gods were created,” served as one of Mesoamerica’s main cultural centers during an informative guided stroll through the park.

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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
The Teotihuacan Pyramids Are the Best

Climbing the Teotihuacan Pyramids was great. The view is something to see. The Basilica Guadalupe was interesting.More

Thank Roderick G
josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hello Roderick! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you had a wonderful time with us while in Mexico City. We work every day to provide the best service to all our clients because we love what we do. We hope...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
FASCINATING, BUT DON'T FORGET THE WATER AND SUN BLOCK

We signed up for the "small group Teotihuacan Pyramids", through Viatour Tours. It was not so small, but thanks to the guide, an amiable, well informed and articulate Vladimir, it was a most engaging if not somewhat exhausting day for this senior. But you'll come...More

Thank Sam&Peggy
josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello Sam and Peggy! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you had a wonderful time with our team while visiting the pyramids. We work every day to provide the best service to all our clients because we love what we...More

Reviewed 30 April 2018
Long day that covers many important sites

We enjoyed the variety of sites. Highly informative guide but perhaps too much so, as each site featured several talks of long duration and were said in both English and Spanish. We thought it might be a better approach to have separate English and Spanish...More

1  Thank Bluespoon1
josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 May 2018

Hello! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you enjoyed the time with us. We will consider your suggestions to improve our services We hope you to come back soon. Best regards, Amigo Group

Reviewed 21 April 2018 via mobile
Great way to visit the pyramids.

Excellent day tour. Well organized, comfortable coach, very informative guide, overall great value for money.More

Thank Barry H
josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 23 April 2018

Hello Barry! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you had an excellent day with us. We work every day to provide the best service to all our clients because we love what we do. We hope you to come back...More

Reviewed 20 March 2018 via mobile
Wonderful tour!

This was the first time my husband and I have visited Mexico, and this tour was definitely worth the price. We purchased the package with food, which was delicious! The tour guides Alex and Emanuel were amazing, and the driver Oscar made sure we arrived...More

Thank Alicia A
josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 21 March 2018

Hello Alicia! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you had a wonderful time with our team at the Pyramids. We work every day to provide the best service to all our clients because we love what we do. We hope...More

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Jess M
11 June 2018|
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Response from runwoman | Reviewed this property |
I got on the tour in Mexico City, so I can't answer that question. With our tour, I believe there were 3 pick-up points in CDMX. The tour that you book should be able to tell you the departure points.
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