A sprawling ancient city spread over twenty kilometers, Teotihuacan was discovered by the Aztecs around 1400, but some structures date back to the first century of the current era.
Explore this impressive and mysterious site with an archaeologist who will outline what we know (and what we don’t know) about Teotihuacan.
Stroll along the Avenue of the Dead, constructed so as to perfectly frame a nearby volcano. Marvel at the great stepped pyramids.
Feel solid stone beneath your feet as you climb the many steps to the 66-meter-high apex of the Pyramid of the Sun. From its top, survey the surrounding landscape and modern-day Mexico City.