Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan, San Juan Teotihuacan

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Step back in time at Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan, one of the best preserved examples of Mesoamerican civilization in modern-day Mexico. The enormous complex was, in its heyday, a city of more than 125,000 people, making it one of the largest hubs on the planet during its era. Pay attention to the deliberate, measured way in which the city was planned, with importance placed on the location of specific temples and pyramids. Take a guide with you to fully appreciate the city's history. Also beware of aggressive souvenir vendors at the entrance to the complex. Put Zona Arqueologica Teotihuacan at the forefront of your travel plans using our San Juan Teotihuacan travel itinerary planner.
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  • An excellent hotel in Teotihuacan, in an unbeatable location to visit the archaeological site, with a comfortable, spacious and cosy room
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  • We debated whether to go with our 2.5 year old but I'm so glad we did! I don't know how much longer we'll be allowed to climb these pyramids. We got there really early (the first ones there) and start...  more »
  • We went on a bus tour. One person bought a hotel in cheap tour of about 3000 yen and was taken to the souvenir shop two (silver and precious stone) square of the three cultures, as well as the first. I went after those that have been to the Teotihuacan ruins. It was riding about an hour from the city of Mexico City arrived at the entrance on the right side of the pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan ruins, then have a brief description of the pyramid of the Sun and pyramid of the Moon, after free, around the arrangement. I went to the pyramid of the moon first comes to the entrance from and right-leaning. You could finally climb this time, but that was a past twice came to the Teotihuacan ruins, but climbed again to the pyramid of the moon. As first stage today, but I should have up to, but it is prohibited to climb over. So that is why before the crash, was killed. After the "pyramid of the Moon" is a few near the altar (or dwelling? ) Was aimed at the pyramid of the Temple of the Feathered Serpents South to watch through the "road of death", once I saw that, but I see nowhere where asked the reason, banditry and the No. 3 spot in the Teotihuacan ruins has been closed now. And there to excavate further ruins found underneath, this is not just a closed, the pyramid Temple of the Feathered Serpents in the top has been removed. Here was especially stunning images from very residual just in case. Or, in the National Museum of anthropology in Mexico City City exhibits throughout part of this, but it is a copy of the original or could not be sure. 5 layers of the great pyramid is the pyramid of the Sun. If existing and as the pyramid of tourists can climb up to the top world's largest is likely. In front of the stone staircase, climb to the top from there. Past visiting Teotihuacan ruins twice climbed at least twice on the energy shortage was in, just before the 2nd. Climbing is given when you get off, but I think if you go up a little rest wasn't a problem that recently became uneasy.
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