Combo: Teotihuacan & Guadalupe Shrine + Xochimilco, Coyoacan & Frida Kahlo
Cleaning and safety practices
- Visits to Mexico City's most important attractions in 2 days
- Explore Teotihuacán, Tlatelolco and the Guadalupe Shrine,
- Pyramid of the Sun, 3rd largest ancient pyramid in the world
- Cruise with mariachi music on a trajinera at Xochimilco
- Frida Kahlo Museum in the charming district of Coyoacán
Live Commentary in English and Spanish.
What's included, what's not
Know Before You Book
- Children 2 and younger are complimentary.
- Check-in is 10 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
- The tour to Teotihuacan will be on the date that you select when booking. The tour to Xochimilco will be they day after. We will contact you in case we need to reschedule the second day, please check your mail
- Due to COVID restrictions, some areas of Teotihuacán may be closed.
What you can expect
Embark on a 2-day journey through Mexico City, accompanied by an expert guide. Explore the archaeological site of Teotihuacán, visit Guadalupe Shrine and the Frida Kahlo Museum, and take a boat ride on a trajinera on the UNESCO-listed Xochimilco canals.
Day 1: Tlatelolco, Guadalupe Shrine & Teotihuacán Pyramids Begin at the main square of Tlatelolco and learn about Mexico's 3 main historical periods: pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial, and modern. Visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, dedicated to Mexico's patron saint.
Explore the Teotihuacán archaeological site, the UNESCO-listed “birthplace of the gods” containing the Pyramid of the Sun, the 3rd-largest pyramid in the world. Climb the pyramid and walk along the 2.5-mile (4-km) Avenue of the Dead, admiring the snake-like carvings on the Temple of the Feathered Serpent.
Day 2: Coyoacán, National University, Frida Kahlo Museum & Xochimilco On the second day, walk along the cobblestone streets of Coyoacán before visiting Casa Azul, also known as the Frida Kahlo Museum. Visit a Cooperative Shop that helps the Mexican local artisans.Become immersed in the work of this prominent Mexican artist before checking out the National University of Mexico, built in 1551, hosting several murals by Diego Rivera. The Nahuatl word means “Place of Flowers.” Board a trajinera boat and cruise along the Aztec canal system that once connected pre-Columbian towns and villages.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travelers
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Temperature checks given to staff
- Masks required
- Hand sanitizer provided
- Multiple Locations Visited
- Mexico City Mexico City
- Back side of Palacio Bellas Artes
- 1 Avenida Juárez
- Ciudad de México Ciudad de México 06050
- Auditorio Nacional
- 50 Paseo de la Reforma
- Ciudad de México Ciudad de México 11550
- Hotel NH Reforma
- 155 Calle Liverpool
- Ciudad de México Ciudad de México 06600