Adventure to the Pyramids of Teotihuacan and Guadalpue Shrine
We will visit two impressive ceremonial centers, Teotihuacan (Prehispanic) and the Shrine of Guadalupe (contemporary). Together, they outline the majority of Mexican religious development. First, we will see the pre-Hispanic archaeological site Tlatelolco, also known as the "Plaza de las Tres Culturas" with its colonial church of Santiago.
We'll continue to Teotihuacan, "the city of the Gods”, according to the Aztec myth. This area thrived from the use of natural fiber textiles and obsidian tools and the exchange of raw materials.
You will then see the temples of “Quetlzalpapalotl” (bird - butterfly), the "Feathered Shells", and the Pyramid of the Moon. After seeing the impressive Pyramid of the Sun, you will be guided into a local restaurant for lunch (not included).
Afterwards, you will delighted with a visit to the Shrine of Guadalupe, Mexico's largest religious shrine, where the San Juan Diego's Tilma is kept with the Virgin of Guadalupe, "Matron Saint of America”.