Departure to visit two impressive ceremonial centers, Teotihuacán (pre-Hispanic) and the Basilica of Guadalupe (contemporary), which highlights most of the religious development of Mexicans. Start by visiting the pre-Hispanic archaeological site of Tlatelolco, also known as the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, with its colonial church, the Parish of Santiago Apóstol.
We will continue to Teotihuacán, the city of the gods according to the Aztec myth, with more than 2,500 years of history. This place had an essential development based on the uses of natural textile fibers and obsidian tools and the exchange of raw materials. This is explained in detail at the craft center and you will have the opportunity to buy a souvenir of your visit.
You will enter the enigmatic archaeological site, visit the temples of Quetzalpapálotl (butterfly-quetzal) and the feathered snails and the complete Pyramid of the Moon. Finally, you will end up with the impressive Pyramid of the Sun. You will go to a local restaurant to enjoy a meal (not included).
Then you will be delighted with the visit to the Basilica of Guadalupe, the largest religious center in Mexico, where the tilmatli of San Juan Diego is preserved with the most venerated image in Mexico, the Virgin of Guadalupe, Patroness of Latin America.