This morning we will head to the archeological site of Teotihuacan
to see the iconic buildings, the Pyramid of the Sun
and the Pyramid of the Moon
. They were the places to worship the Sun God and the Moon God respectively. The Pyramid of the Sun is the third largest in the world and the largest building in Teotihuacan. On its top, you can see the whole Teotihuacan. The Pyramid of the Moon is a smaller but more elaborate structure whose more than 200 steps tilt at different angles.
Afterwards, we will visit a carved obsidian workshop
on the way back to Mexico City, learning about the history and significance of obsidian, observing the carving process, etc. It's a unique and educational experience that can provide insight into the rich cultural heritage associated with obsidian in Mexico.★ Mexico Food and Wine Tasting Tour
At 13:00, start your gastronomic tour in the heart of the La Roma district. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes, as the tour covers a distance of approximately 2.5 km on foot. This tour will take you on a culinary journey where you'll taste the rich and diverse flavors of Mexican cuisine. In just one afternoon, you'll become an expert in Mexican gastronomy and the famous beverages of Mexico, including mezcal, craft beers, and Mexican coffee.
After a fun-filled gastronomic trip, return to your hotel in the late afternoon, feeling satisfied and enriched with new knowledge about Mexican cuisine.How to spend tonight? Our suggestions for your evening:
(contact us if needed)
There are a multitude of ways to spend your evening in vivid Mexico City. You could venture out to soak up the local culture, or attend one of the many captivating shows taking place tonight. The choice is entirely yours!►
Show of Lucha Libre (Mexican Wrestling)
Lucha Libre is a popular sport in Mexico, considered a ‘national sport’. The wrestlers wear colorful capes and masks, and display impressive techniques to overpower their opponents. The audience's enthusiasm creates an immersive entertainment experience deeply rooted in local culture. It offers a visual, auditory, and cultural feast worth experiencing.
Venue: Arena Mexico
Address: Dr. Lavista 189, Colonia Doctores, Cuauhtémoc, 06720 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Ticket Price: $20 to $100. Tickets may be more expensive on the days of some important matches.
Time: 19:00 on Tuesday, 20:00 on Friday, and 17:00 on Sunday. A match lasts 2 to 3 hours.►
Folklore Ballet at the Palace of Fine Arts
The Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico, located in the historic Carlos IV Palace, is a well-known artistic center in Mexico City. It is a cultural center that combines music, dance, theater, and fine arts, and is one of the most important cultural heritages in Mexico. The Folkloric Ballet of Mexico is an important dance troupe of the Palace of Fine Arts. Their performances are based on traditional Mexican folk dances combined with ballet.
Venue: The Palace of Fine Arts
Address: Avenida Juarez, Centro Historico, Cuauhtémoc, 06050 Ciudad de Mexico, CDMX
Ticket Price: approximately pricing from $30.
Time: 20:30 on Wednesday and Sunday; lasting about 2 hours.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch with wine tasting
Accommodation: Hotel Historico Central, Mexico City (4 stars) or similar