- Teotihuacan Pyramids tour and family dinner from Mexico City
- Tour the Teotihuacan Pyramids, including Pyramid of the Sun and Pyramid of the Moon, after the crowds have gone home
- Visit San Martin de las Piramides
- Enjoy dinner with a local family in their home
- Travel like a local on public transportation
- Professional English-speaking guide and return public transportation fare included
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
You'll get a chance to experience Mexico City in a fun and unique way on this tour! Head to Teotihuacan by public transit before enjoying dinner with a local family who specialize in authentic Mexican favorites.
What You Can Expect
Step inside a local home to meet a family who produces one of the region's best pulque, the alcoholic beverage sacred to the Aztecs. The process, history and significance of this ancient drink becomes clear as you listen to your guide's expert commentary.
Leave the pulqueria to embark on an afternoon visit to the amazing pyramids of Teotihuacan. The UNESCO World Heritage site includes a museum where you can learn about the artifacts found in the area and see a reconstruction of ancient Teotihuacan's local houses.
Follow your guide to the impressive Moon Pyramid to learn the history and meaning behind this prime example of ancient Latin American architecture. Take a walk through the Calzada de los Muertos (Pass of the Dead) to reach the Pyramid of the Sun, the area's tallest and most spectacular monument, rising 206 feet (63 meters). As most of the crowds will have left for the day, you can enjoy the tranquility of this amazing site as you climb the pyramid at sunset. Once you reach the top, you'll understand why the Aztecs called this 'the place where men become gods.'
After spending some time relaxing at the pyramids, return to the village to visit a local family and enjoy cultural traditions, conversation and food as you share dinner in a local Mexican home.
In the evening, experience how locals travel around when you jump on public transportation with your guide back to Mexico City! Observe everyday life in Mexico City at the often busy and crowded stations.