Archeological sites near Mexico City

Apart from the 6 archeological sites in Mexico City itself, we can explore over 40 of the current 193 archeological sites of Mexico City on several day trips. 18 in the State of Mexico, 4 in the State of Tlaxcala, 6 in the State of Puebla, 8 in the State of Morelos, 4 in the State of Hidalgo; most of them can be easily explored on day trips from Mexico City. A bit further away, we can explore another 35 archeological sites in 2 or 3 day trips. Especially with a certified guide or archaeologist, these places really become alive, while learning about Mexico’s impressive prehispanic past.

Our most favorite Archeological Sites near Mexico City so far are:
(working on underlying blogs)
Cacaxtla (Estado de Tlaxcala)
Cantona (Estado de Puebla)
Chalcatzingo (Estado de Morelos)
Cholula (Estado de Puebla)
El Tajin (Estado de Veracruz)
Mitla (Estado de Oaxaca)
Monte Alban (Estado de Oaxaca)
Tecoaque (Estado de Tlaxcala)
Tenayuca (Estado de Mexico)
Teotenango (Estado de Mexico)
Teotihuacan (Estado de Mexico)
Tepozteco (Estado de Mexico)
Tetzcotzinco (Estado de Mexico)
Tula (Estado de Mexico)
Tzintzuntzan (Estado de Michaocan)
Yohualichan (Estado de Puebla)
Xochicalco (Estado de Morelos)
Xochitecatl (Estado de Tlaxcala)

Aztec Explorers organizes every week day trips and longer trips to the most beautiful places in and around Mexico City. To both highlights as off the beaten track places. Here can find their latest calendars, newsletters and contact information. They can also help you with private walking tours and private trips. Picture it: here you can find all Facebook Albums with Aztec Explorers.

Azteca Travel Tours Art can help you additionally with beach packages, circuit tours to all the 32 Mexican States and other national and international travels.

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