If you're visiting Mexico City you really must make sure you see the Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan. It's extraordinary, there is nothing else like it. Photographs don't do it justice, you need to be there to really get a sense of its scale. It can be...More
This is one of the world's largest ancient attractions and a must see. Tours are offered for different prices, but getting there is so easy if you do it yourself. Get a bus from Mexico city terminal. It did cost for us 30... More
This is one of the world's largest ancient attractions and a must see. Tours are offered for different prices, but getting there is so easy if you do it yourself. Get a bus from Mexico city terminal. It did cost for us 30 bucks for both of us. There are many stores and coffee shops in the bus terminal so have your breakfast there and jump on the bus early morning and after an hour you will be there. You would need to spend all morning and afternoon to visit this place and go back to Mexico city. HOW TO GET TO TEOTIHUACAN BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION? The bus to Teotihuacan is comfortable, fast, and easy! To start, you’ll need to take the Mexico City metro to the Autobuses del Norte station (line 5). The metro runs frequently and is well-signed, so you shouldn’t have any trouble navigating. Once you’ve arrived at the Autobuses del Norte metro stop, follow the signs out of the metro station and across the street to the actual bus station. Inside the station, head all the way toward the left, to Puerta 8. Here, you’ll find a window selling tickets to “Pyramides” or “Zona Arqueologico”. The bus to Teotihuacan departs about every twenty minutes starting at 6am and takes an hour or so depending on traffic. The round-trip ticket costs 100 pesos per person, or about $5.00 as of December 2016. Bathrooms are available in the station for 5 pesos and there are snack/fast food shops if you need to grab something. Your outbound ticket will be for a specific, timed departure so don’t miss your bus!