Tula & Tepotzotlán from Mexico City

At 09:00hrs from our Meeting Point (located in Avenida de la República in front of Julio Jimenez Rueda Theathre), we will depart with destination to Tula in the State of Hidalgo, one of the most important archaeological sites in Mexico founded by the Toltecs (pre-aztecs). The main attraction of site are the worldwide famous “Atlantes” of 4.8 meter high (14.7 feet) made of basaltic rock, which guards the top of the Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli or "Morning Star" (from native language) Temple

The place is conformed of a series of buildings with deep religious symbolism, such as the Central Altar, the Coatepantli or Wall of Serpents, the Burned Palace, the Ball game court and the Tzompantli.

Tula is the most important site of the Toltec culture, and it is considered as a place that exerted a great influence for the Aztecs and Mayan cities such as Chichen-Itza.

After Tula we will continue to the Magical Town of Tepotzotlan in the State of Mexico, where the majestic National Museum of the Viceroyalty and the Temple of San Francisco Javier are located inside a Franciscan monastery declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, due to its magnificent decoration of gold leaf, presenting in its complex decorative details that make them a masterpiece of baroque art.

Inclusions: Air conditioned transportation from Mexico City, Professional bilingual guide English / Spanish, Visit of the Archaeological site of Tula (entrance fee included), Visit of Tepotzotlan and the Museum of the Viceroyalty (entrance fee included), Travel Insurance onboard the vehicle, All Taxes

Exclusions: Optional Gratuities, Nothing not mentioned in Inclusions

TIPS: Bring warm and comfortable clothes, tennis shoes for walking, jacket or sweater, sun blocker, camera and cash for shopping.

Estimated duration: 9 hours

Operation: 4

Minimum 02 passengers