Teotihuacán: Mexico’s most popular archaeological site (VIDEO)


If you want to admire one of the most impressive pyramids in the whole world, Teotihuacán is the place for you.

Constructed in the first and seventh centuries A.D, and known for its numerous monuments, this important archaeological site is just 40 minutes away from downtown Mexico City.

The city boasts one of the most vibrant cultural scenes in Mexico and has even gotten better over the year in terms of cultural and artistic influence.

Covering 32 square miles, the pre-Hispanic City of Teotihuacan received the UNESCO World Heritage status in 1987, and with more than four million tourists exploring it every year, it is Mexico’s most popular archaeological site.

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Mexico Daily Post