Enter directly into Teotihuacán, the largest and best preserved city in the pre-Columbian Americas. Known as the “birthplace of the gods” by the ancient Aztecs, the city contains incredible pyramids, gorgeous murals, and giant residential complexes. Hundreds of thousands of Mesoamericans lived in Teotihuacán. Lose yourself in the history and mysteries of this sacred city!
Even if you don’t know the name, you will surely recognize it: it is one of the most emblematic ancient cities in the world, with imposing temples that dominate the horizon of the Mexican fields.
Teotihuacán was a melting pot of Mesoamerican cultures and a center of industry that produced tons of tools, jewelry, and ceramics. Traces of these trades can still be seen as you stroll the historic streets and explore the labyrinthine multi-family residential complexes where 125,000 people lived.
Of course, you will have to climb the gigantic sloping pyramids on your own, to appreciate the ancient sacred architecture and enjoy panoramic views of the peaks. Take a moment to think about the countless people who were sacrificed on their altars. Life was very different 2,000 years ago!
Before entering Teotihuacán, go to the Tlacaelel restaurant and look for the Amigo Tours agent to exchange your digital ticket for a printed one
You can pick up your ticket between 8:30 and 10:00. The park opens until 17:00.
Children up to 2 years free of charge, from 3 to 12 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.