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Available Saturday, 25 Jun
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Teotihuacán: Guided Tour

  • Duration: 5h
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Teotihuacán Pyramids Hot Air Balloon Ride

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Teotihuacán Pyramids Excursion and Hot Air Balloon Flight

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Teotihuacán: Fast-Track Admission & Transport from Mexico City

  • Duration: 8h
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Teotihuacán Pyramids & Shrine of Guadalupe: Day Tour with Lunch

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About: Teotihuacán

The ancient Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacán is one of the largest and best-preserved in the world, famous for its giant Aztec temples, spectacular murals, and intricate residential complexes.

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Autopista Ecatepec Pirámides Km. 22 600, 55800, San Juan Teotihuacán
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