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The Pyamid of Sun and Moon are quite large pyramids and they are cliamable. The whole complex is a Journey into the time backwards.
they have stairs to climb up to the middle of the pyramid. Beware while Coming Down , the stairs lenght is...More
An amazing place to experience! I left early from CDMX, so that I could be there before the crowds. Such a good idea!
Hire a local guide (mine was Carla, she was fantastic!), for 800 pesos she took me all around. It was between 3-4...More
This vast complex was built before the time of Christ, but who built it ? It was abandoned when the Aztecs took it over. Mystical place, full of astronomical significance. Can climb half way up the Temple of the Moon, but the best view is...More
It has a great energy and acoustic. You pay Mx70 to enter. Recommend to arrived early. I arrived around midday and it was crowded. Bring hat and sunglasses and sunscreen
Go first to Pirámide del Sol , then Pirámide de La Luna Be ready to...More
Mystic place to visit, wandering through the street of the death, climbing up to the Pyramid of the moon and the Pyramid of the sun. The only thing that tends to be a bit annoying is the many street vendors selling tourist articles.
We were told that they accept US dollars. Showed up and they did accept them however instead of giving us 20 pesos per dollar or at least something reasonable, they offered 15 pesos per dollar. They were extremely rude about it.
Unfair exchange rates!!
This is such a special place. Go early in the morning (it opens at 9) and there will be very few other people there, especially mid-week. We went on a Monday morning and when we got there around 9:45am there were only about 10 other...More
If you are going go to the Zocalo and there are several tour agencies that want to take you. We made the mistake of choosing one of the less expensive for 500 pesos. They promised small groups and had four places to take us. We...More
I love this place. Easy to get to by bus (about $5 on public bus). It's fun going up the pyramids but they are also very difficult to climb. Bring plenty of sunscreen and water. They have some cute shop stalls with snacks and souvineers.
Teotihuacan is a well-preserved Aztec and Nahuat city and complex. It helps to have a guide to show you around. The pyramids, well, you HAVE to climb them. The stairs are steep but not that high, and the views are thrilling. if you live at...More