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From Mexico City: Pyramids of Tula and Teotihuacan Day Tour

1. From Mexico City: Pyramids of Tula and Teotihuacan Day Tour

Your tour begins with morning hotel pickup in Mexico City, in your private vehicle you will head to two of the most important cities in ancient Mexico, Teotihuacán, with its impressive Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon and the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent. Tula is the region that was the cradle of the most important indigenous civilization in the history of Mexico, seat of the Toltec culture since the year 713 after Christ, whose testimonies today exist in the majesty of its archaeological zone where it stands out its great spiritual center with its famous Atlanteans and the paintings that the passing of the centuries has not been able to destroy its characteristics of native beauty. The archaeological site of Tula. You can see the Atlanteans, statues of approximately 5 meters. It is a ceremonial center from the 8th century. Before the Mexicas, the inhabitants of Tula were considered the best architects of ancient times. Learn from your expert guide how the Tulenses were the ones who innovated with different construction techniques. You can admire the use of sidewalks and stucco decoration during your visit to the site. We will continue the trip by car to the archaeological zone of Teotihuacán, where you will have an in-depth visit. See the main points of interest such as the Pyramid of the Moon, the palace, the Pyramid of the Sun, Av. De los Muertos. After the visit, go to a local restaurant and enjoy a delicious lunch with typical dishes. Your visit ends with drop-off at your hotel in Mexico City. After the visit, go to a local restaurant and enjoy a delicious lunch with typical dishes. Mexican. Your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel in Mexico City.

Mexico City: Castle and Anthropology Museum Private Tour

2. Mexico City: Castle and Anthropology Museum Private Tour

Visit the Castle of Chapultepec. Witness its outstanding collection of historical artifacts, before enjoying a trip to the National Museum of Anthropology. Begin your day with pickup at the hotel in Mexico City. Hit the road with your private guide and head for the castle of Chapultepec. Built at the turn of the 19th century and set in the middle of a forest, the Castle is an architectural gem. Enjoy an interior which houses many fascinating examples of Mexican heritage. Next, set off for the National Museum of Anthropology. The museum's design itself is rightly regarded as part of Mexico's architectural and cultural identity. Once inside, discover exhibits on the archaeological legacy of the peoples of Mesoamerica, hear fascinating accounts for the Mexico's ethnic diversity, and admire its massive ceilings up to 6 meters tall.

Mexico City: Half-Day Market Secrets & Cooking Class Tour

3. Mexico City: Half-Day Market Secrets & Cooking Class Tour

It’s time for a food adventure. Mexico City’s markets are some of the most vibrant places in the city, and this tour opens them up to you, just as locals experience them. Your first stop on your Mexico City tour is a relatively unknown market that boasts a large art collection depicting the political movement from the first half of the 1900s. Your guide will explain the importance of the murals and bridge the gap between the political movement of that period with what is going on in today’s Mexico. After this, travel the city just like the locals do, by riding the public metro. This market boasts an unmatched selection of flowers – you’ll be mesmerized by the variety and by the vendors, who will be all too happy to help you match the perfect bouquet to your eye color. You’ll also find fruits, herbs, meat, fish, pinatas and more, all for sale among the various stalls. You might even find a love potion available amid all the goods. Along the way, you’ll also get to sample some classic Mexican street foods, such as tacos and tamales, along with a coffee or atole – a traditional warm drink made from masa. After buying some fresh vegetables (and learning about local farming practices), head over to a local family business, where you’ll learn how to prepare your own salsa. Together, you’ll wash, cut and grill the ingredients, then smash them in the traditional way, using a molcajete (mortar and pestle). Taste your homemade salsa with a classic huarache.

CDMX: Xochimilco, Coyoacan & Frida Kahlo Museum Private Tour

4. CDMX: Xochimilco, Coyoacan & Frida Kahlo Museum Private Tour

Embark on a guided tour of Mexico City and sail through the ancient Xochimilco borough on a colorful trajinera. Learn about the city from your guide and visit highlights, including the Frida Kahlo Museum and the Coyoacan Neighborhood. On this private tour, begin with a pick-up from your hotel in Mexico City and drive to Xochimilco. There, climb aboard a trajinera painted with bright colors to explore the channels built by the Aztec civilization. During the tour, you will be informed about the construction of artificial islands and other activities at the UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit to the Anahuacalli Museum, founded by the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Your guide will offer you a personalized narration about the art collection including 64,000 pre-Hispanic pieces. The blue house, also known as the Frida Kahlo Museum, is where the enigmatic painter Frida Kahlo lived and died. Learn about the important details of her life and admire your her work before taking a stroll through the historic center of Coyoacan, which has a colonial atmosphere. Lastly, your guide will take you to visit the National Autonomous University of Mexico, where you will be able to see mosaic murals by Diego Rivera, Juan O'Gorman and David A.Siqueiros. After admiring the views of the Olympic stadium, be taken from the Vuelta to your hotel.

Private Tour: Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine

5. Private Tour: Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine

The day begins with a panoramic tour in Tlatelolco, today the largest Archaeological site in Mexico City that was part of the capital of the Aztec Empire. It was the main marketplace of that empire and where the conquest of the Aztecs was consummated. Right there is the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, where the pre-Hispanic, colonial and present world of Mexico meet. Later, continue the tour to the Basilica of Guadalupe, the most important religious building in all of Mexico and one of the most visited places in the Catholic world, which receives annually more than twenty million pilgrims. After the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City, continue to Teotihuacan, the City of the Gods, located in the northeast of Mexico City. In Teotihuacan, the guide will tell you about the history of this place, its mysteries, its development, its greatness, its importance and its fall. After, you will have free time for those who wish to climb to the Pyramid of the Sun or walk through the famous Avenue of the Dead.

Chautla's Castle, Lavender Farm, and Valquirico Private Tour

6. Chautla's Castle, Lavender Farm, and Valquirico Private Tour

Start with pickup from your accommodation in Puebla and travel 1 hour in an air-conditioned van to Chautla's Ex-Hacienda. Here, take a 1-hour walking tour by the springs and end up at a beautiful castle located in the middle of the lake. Climb to the roof and take in panoramic views of the lake and property. The second stop is San Martin ranch, famous for its lavender fields and its distillery. Participate in a soap-making workshop and keep your handmade soap as a souvenir. Next, visit the shop where you can see all the specialty products made at the ranch and taste lavender coffee and sponge cake. The last stop is the Val'Quirico complex where you can explore the shops and charming restaurants. Inspired by San Quirico d'Orcia, a town in the Tuscany region of Italy, the complex has a charming medieval style. At the end of the tour, return to your accommodation in Puebla.

Mexico City: Pyramids of Teotihuacan & Basilica of Guadalupe

7. Mexico City: Pyramids of Teotihuacan & Basilica of Guadalupe

When you are picked up you will head to the impressive Teotihuacan Pyramids to explore the ancient site with a guide. See the Temples of Quetzalpapalotl, the Temple of the Feathered Shells, the impressive Pyramid of the Moon, and the Pyramid of the Sun, located along the long Avenue of the Dead.  Admire the colorful murals and see the Mesoamerican artifacts in the Archaeological Museum as you learn more about this ancient civilization.    After lunch (not included in the tour price), continue on to the Guadalupe Shrine, located in the basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, close to the spot where Our Lady of Guadalupe is said to have appeared to a local young Mexican. The basilica houses the hallowed image of the Virgin of Guadalupe and has been a pilgrimage site since the 16th-century. See the old basilica, which was completed in 1709, and visit the new church, built between 1974 and 1976, after the old church began to sink into the ground. Experience one of the most important religious and cultural sites in Mexico as you tour the impressive atrium and interior of the new basilica, which now houses the shrine.

Mexico City: Private City Tour with Teotihuacán & Basilica

8. Mexico City: Private City Tour with Teotihuacán & Basilica

Start your 12-hour tour at the heart of Mexico City – its zocalo, or central square. See the ancient Cathedral and the Presidential Palace, home to murals by the famous Mexican artist, Diego Rivera. Next, head to the ancient Aztec city of Teotihuacán, one of the most impressive archeological complexes in Mexico. Take a walk along the Path of the Dead and climb one of the world’s tallest pyramids. Hear about the history of Teotihuacan and Aztecs from your guide. Head back toward the city and stop to visit the most important religious site in Latin America – the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This shrine is home to the original shroud of the Virgin Mary.

Mexico City: Private Taco Walking Tour

9. Mexico City: Private Taco Walking Tour

Join a local guide for an authentic experience. Explore Mexico City’s food culture in its coolest neighborhoods, Roma and Condesa, on a guided walking tour. Meet your guide at your specified meeting point and set off on a fully personalized guided food tour. Explore Mercado Medellín, a no-frills neighborhood market where locals stock up on fruit and vegetables. Browse the market’s fresh flowers, craft beers, moles, and handcrafted furniture. Then, sample street food like tlayudas (toasted tortilla covered in beans, meat, and cheese), barbacoa (tender steamed meat), or cochinita pibil (roast pork) and try a taco or two. Next, head to the slightly more upmarket Mercado Roma, a food market with a gourmet food hall. Pass all-day street vendors selling fresh coconut juice and sweet pineapples as you explore the area and stroll through Parque México, an urban oasis of greenery. Let your guide suggest the perfect spot for a taco and a cold drink, so you don't get overwhelmed by the hundreds of types of tacos and taquerías in Mexico City. Choose from suadero tacos made with thin-cut beef, barbacoa tacos with meat traditionally slow-cooked in an underground oven, and canasta tacos stacked high in a cloth-covered basket. Then, give your stomach a break as you walk through the streets of Condesa, a nirvana for creatives and art-lovers. Pop into boutiques and shop for souvenirs before ending on a sweet note with dessert tamales, ice cream, or coconut candies from local haunts. Finally, if you still have room, finish off your tour with another drink at a trendy bar in Condesa.

From Mexico City: Tula And Tepotzotlán Private Day Tour

10. From Mexico City: Tula And Tepotzotlán Private Day Tour

Your tour begins with hotel pick-up in Mexico City in the morning. Board your private vehicle and head to visit the archaeological site of Tula. Here, you can see the Atlantes, which are something like 5-meter statues of warriors and related to Atlantis. This is a Ceremonial Center from the 8th century. Before the Mexicas, people from Tula were considered the best architects of ancient times. Unfortunately they disappeared because of invasions of cultures from the north of the country. Learn from your knowledgeable guide how Tulenses were the ones innovating in different techniques of construction. Admire their use of sidewalks and decoration with stucco as you visit the site. Your tour then continues with a visit to the convent of the Jesuits order: Tepotzotlán. This is the best example of the conquest of Mexico. See the chapel of San Francisco Javier which is a very impressive construction as it is part of the samples of Mexican Barroque Style. The entire church is covered with gold leaves and you'll even visit the room of the nuns which includes samples of their clothing. After taking in some great history of Mexico, you'll drive back to Mexico City and be dropped-off back at your hotel.

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We had an amazing day. Verônica was awesome. Highly recommended this private tour. Veronica and the driver were very flexible with us. If we wanted more or less time at one location they accommodate us. Would definitely use them again. When we come back to Mexico City.

This is an excellent choice. The private tour is worth the money. The guide picks you ip at the hotel and pretty much let’s you run the show. Frank wad very courteous and was there for anything we needed and wanted to explore. Worth the money.

Excellent experience in Mexico City AAA Class Service with private Tour Guide Ramon and our driver Arthur Mucho Gracias

Excellent tour. Ramon our guide was fantastic. Tremendous knolewdge of mexican history

Well organised tour and a very experienced, friendly and trustworthy guide.