First, you will visit Tula and learn all about culture, which is considered the best of architecture. You will learn about its innovations in architecture, nail and stucco use and admire the site.
Next, visit the Convent of Tepotzotlán, of the Jesuit order. They tried to evangelize the indigenous population of the area during the Spanish conquest, so you will see impressive decoration with gold leaves in the church and you will learn about the Mexican Baroque style.
This tour includes a private guide and transportation. The tour begins with the pick up at your hotel in Mexico City in the morning. On board of a private vehicle it would be directed to visit the archaeological zone of Tula. Here, you can see the Atlantes, which are somewhat like statues of 5 meters warriors and related to Atlantis.
It is a ceremonial center since the eighth century. Before the Mexicas, the people of Tula were considered the best architects of antiquity. Unfortunately they disappeared because of the invasions of the cultures of the north of the country.
Learn from your knowledgeable guide on how the Tulenses were the innovators in different construction techniques. Admire the use of sidewalks and stucco decoration when visiting the site. Its route continues with a visit to the convent of the order of the Jesuits: Tepotzotlán.
This is the best example of the conquest of Mexico. See the chapel of San Francisco Javier, which is a very impressive building as it is part of the samples of Mexican Baroque style. The entire church is covered with gold leaves and will even visit the nuns' hall which includes samples of their clothing. After learning about the great history of Mexico, you will be taken back to Mexico City and left at the collection point.
hotel (centro, Polanco, Condesa y Roma) en caso de hoteles que no estén marcados en la zona favor de hacerlo saber, esto genera un cargo