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We Were a little nervous because the some of the reviews. We went on a Thursday There was no problem whatsoever. There is no bad smells no police around ,there were tour guides if you wanted them. There were some vendor stalls. It was just...More
Very interesting. Area. People are friendly. Good sightseeing and bike ride. Barbados was interesting. Very different. The roads need work and hard if you're physically challenged. Cathedral was lovely. Good shopping. High altitude but nice weather
Hello, my name is Marlen Luna. Tula is a very beautiful city, although the heat is oppressive, you can enjoy an ice cream, and an event in the open-air theater that is in the central garden; the toruga park is small, but if you go...More
If you drive to the site GPS may lead you to the old entrance. Just follow road signs. They are clear and well posted along the route and take you to a newer parking lot.
The site is relatively small but features terrific friezes and,...More
If you have some extra time, Tula is definitely worth a visit if you are into history. It's about an hour and a half from Mexico City. Most people just go to Teotihuacan, which is a must visit, but we managed to combine Teotihuacan and...More
If you are in the region or are Mexican this is a place you must visit.
The archeological site has the traditional Atlantes and a few interesting “glifos” also I recommend visiting the open altar and walking through the “nopaleras”
The museum in the Tula archeological site is full of statues and images from over 600 years ago. In fact, some of the volcanic stones goes back hundred of thousand of years. It is important, in my opinion, to take the guided tour to understand...More