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San Juan Teotihuacan Travel Guide

San Juan Teotihuacan is a city in State of Mexico, Mexico. It has many popular attractions, including Pyramid of the Sun, Pyramid of the Moon, la Calzada de los Muertos, making it well worth a visit.
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What to Do
Looking for things to do in San Juan Teotihuacan? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Pyramid of the Sun
4.6/5142 Reviews
"Historical Architectures"
"Historical Sites"
Pyramid of the Moon
4.6/574 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
la Calzada de los Muertos
4.6/518 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
Palacio De Los Jaguares
4.7/512 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
El Museo de los Murales Teotihuacanos
Aventury
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"Aerial Tours"
"Hiking/Biking"
Reino Animal
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Palacio de Tepantitla
5.0/51 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
Teotihuacan en Bici
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"Other Sightseeing Tours"
"Hiking/Biking"
Piramide de la Serpiente Emplumada
5.0/51 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in San Juan Teotihuacan, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
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Hotel Quinto Sol
3.2/516 Reviews
Hotel Posada Yauhtli
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Hotel Palmas Teotihuacan
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Hotel Jatziri Teotihuacan
El Sueño de Quetzalcoatl
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Hotel Tonall Inn
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Teoti Querido
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What to Eat
Want to eat like a local? Don't miss out on these top San Juan Teotihuacan dishes and foodie spots.
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La Gruta
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Gran Teocalli
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"Latin American"
Dinner in the Sky Mexico
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Restaurante Bar Ahuehuetes
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Snacks Mariscos
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"Fast Food"
Dinner in the Sky
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Restaurante y Pizzas Don Mincho
El Jaguar
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Villas Archeologicas
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Mayahuel
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La Cabana
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Restaurant Tlacaelel
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Discounts on Tours & Tickets
Check out and book popular local experiences, including tours, admission tickets, day trips, and packages.
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Mexico City Private Day Trip To Teotihuacan and the Pyramids
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"Available from Jun 27, 2022"
"English Service"
"Conditional Cancellation"
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USD299
Teotihuacan & Basílica of Guadalupe
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"Available for Tomorrow Onwards"
"English"
"Day Tours"
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USD35
Teotihuacán plus Bike Tour
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"Available from Jun 26, 2022"
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"Conditional Cancellation"
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USD48
TEOTIHUACAN TOUR ( certified guide)
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USD75
Teotihuacán at Sunrise Tour
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"English"
"Day Tours"
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USD31
Tour to the Pyramids of Teotihuacán in English, leaving Querétaro
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"Conditional Cancellation"
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Teotihuacán Full Day Tour from Mexico City
4.9/529 Reviews
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"English Service"
"Conditional Cancellation"
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Private Tour Pyramids of Teotihuacán and Guadalupe Basilica up to 4 people
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USD244
Full-Day Mexico City Pyramids of Teotihuacan Private Tour
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USD284
Skip the Line: Teotihuacan Entrance Ticket
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"Attractions & Shows"
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USD11
Pyramids of Teotihuacan & Tequila Tasting - Private
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"Travel Services"
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Teotihuacán Sunrise accompanied by an Archaeologist
5.0/51 Reviews
"Travel Services"
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USD150

Discover the Real San Juan Teotihuacan With a Local Expert

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Visiting the Pyramids in Teotihuacan
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Teotihucan - City of Gods, Mexico
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The pyramids are so tall, the streets are so wide and straight, and the sloped facades of almost all the buildings make the whole ancient city look very planning, and it is difficult to hide the glory of the past. The ancient city abandoned by its owner in the eighth century AD was called "the land where the gods were born" by the Aztecs. The Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon are also the names of the Aztecs. From the Pyramid of the Sun, there are many ruins around the building that are mostly sloping facades. The structure of the building seems to have both an altar and a residence, as if it were a fortress that guards the pyramid.
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Put on the local famous costumes, pretend that you are a Mexican, and come to the ancient city of Teotihuacan with your peers to learn about the ancient cultural history of Mexico. The ancient city of Teotihuacan is an ancient Indian civilization that once existed in Mexico, beginning roughly 200 years before BC and dying in 750. In the Indian Nava is "the place to create the sun and the moon god." The ancient city of Teotihuacan is located approximately 40 kilometers northeast of Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. In 1987, UNESCO listed the ancient city of Teotihuacan as a cultural heritage on the World Heritage List.
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Put on the local famous costumes, pretend that you are a Mexican, and come to the ancient city of Teotihuacan with your peers to learn about the ancient cultural history of Mexico. [Sun Moon Pyramid] Sun Pyramid, located on the east side of Death Avenue, is the third largest pyramid in the world. The Moon Pyramid, located on the north side of Death Avenue, is not as large as the Sun Pyramid, but she is more beautiful. The square in front of the Moon Pyramid is a beautiful combination of 12 ritual platforms, and the central platform is rumored to be a venue for religious dance. Among the many buildings in Teotihuacan, the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon have become a powerful testimony to the glory days of the city of Teotihuacan since the 100th century.
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The Sun and Moon Pyramid is in the Teotihuacan in northern Mexico, taking a bus for 1 hour and stopping at the gate of the scenic spot. The Sun and Moon Pyramids are the remains of Aztec culture. The ancient Egyptian pyramids are the tombs of Pharaohs, while the pyramids of Mexico are the altars of ancient Indians. The city-states here have grown from less than 5,000 to 200,000. Along the Undead Avenue, the first to see the ruins of the Feathered Temple is the highest decision-making place. In the middle is the Pyramid of the Sun, and to the north is the Pyramid of the Moon. The sun pyramid can climb to the top, and the moon pyramid can only climb to half. There are three temple sites near the Moon Pyramid. All snakes, lizards, jaguars, birds and other totems, including the feather snake temple, are praying for rain. The murals and reliefs are well preserved, colorful and lifelike, meaning to bless people's production and life.
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Teotihuacan, which was listed on the World Heritage List in 1987, is a representative building of the remains of the Teotihuacan city. The Teotihuacan in the Indian Nava means "The place where the sun and the moon god were created" was also interpreted as "the capital of the gods." There were more than 200,000 people in the 4th-5th centuries. The Toltic built an ancient city of 20 square kilometers. The Moon Pyramid is a good place to see the scenery. You can see the distance. The Pyramid of the Sun and the Avenue of Death, the Avenue of Death is said to have been used to bring good-looking men and women to the front of the pyramid on the road, so it is called the Death Avenue. When sitting on a platform, I feel a chill... Still quite shocking. Speaking of small words here, I want to remind you that you should pay attention to sun protection. You must protect your face. Its really hot, the moon pyramid doesnt look high, but its very hard to climb, like me. This kind of old aunt who usually does not exercise can't be convinced.
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The Mayan ruins on the Mexican 20-dollar bill can be regarded as a must-see attraction. Many people go to the Sun and Moon Pyramid to report a day trip. In fact, it is really unnecessary. It is a waste of time. The bus to the scenic spot directly goes to the gate of the scenic spot. Convenient, if you want to explain, you can find one at the door. As long as you can get to the North Station of Mexico by 1 noon, you can go directly to the Sun Moon Pyramid on the same day, and your luggage will be stored at the station. If you buy a ticket, you can say simple English in the counter next to the No. 8 door. You can buy a round-trip ticket. If you have a trip, you can get on the train according to the time of the ticket. There is no limit on the return trip. Online Raiders generally recommend that you enter the No. 1 door and the No. 2 door. We also basically follow this idea, but in fact, even if it is the reverse, there is not much problem. After all, the entire scenic spot has only the Sun Pyramid and the Moon Pyramid. There are some scattered buildings on the Undead Avenue. Whoever has little difference between them, dont go back. There is no obstruction in the entire scenic area, remember to pay attention to sunscreen~
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