Spend the morning tasting and preparing the meal to enjoy it afterwards on a colorfully painted traditional trajinera boat in the canals of Xochimilco with Mariachi entertainment.
Tula & Tepotzotlan Tour
Tula & Tepotzotlan Tour, Mexico
Tula is a town in the southwestern part of the state of Hidalgo and nearby are the remains of the ancient capital city of the Toltecs, also known as "Tula" or as "Tollan". Usually identified as the Toltec capital around 980 CE, the city was destroyed at some time between 1168 or 1179.
The tour continues from Tula to Tepotzotlan, which is a beautiful city containing much of Mexico’s religious art. Here, you visit the church of Saint Francisco Xavier, known for its gold plated coverings and stunning decoration.
Depending on the time, you may also have a chance to see the museum of religious art located in Tepotzotlan.
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