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Tula, Tula de Allende

Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Observe ancient ruins at Tula, a Mesoamerican archeological site that once served as the capital of the Toltec Empire. Today the ruins consist of a settlement, a main cermonial site, and the Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl--the most popular of the attractions. The pyramid itself features four well-preserved, tall basalt columns carved to resemble Toltec warriors on top. While here, check out the on-site museum, which features displays of blueprints and Toltec culture, architectecture, and artwork. Tula is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Tula de Allende Edition.
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  • Archaeological area compared with other attractions of the same type is small, it is worth spending half tomorrow there, you should go tour because there is nothing to eat in the area
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  • Entry costs 65 pesos per person, travel is very long to arrive and the area is very small are just as 5 builds, you can climb to the giants from Tula which is the unique attraction of the place and has a very beautiful panoramic view of the entire area and the people, sold many very cheap souvenirs, we recommend Hat , sunscreen, comfortable shoes, hats sell them very cheap. Beautiful archaeological site to visit awhile family.
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  • He people as such not me resulted nothing picturesque, out of the area archaeological and the Cathedral not saw great thing relevant and in my opinion it people is a little gross, not have culture tourist, asked by streets and as get to certain places and said not know even when were to it turned, it same me step with some taxi drivers and restaurants In addition to that I did not find many options to go to eat
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