About the city of

Surrounding what is one of the largest pre-Hispanic cities in Mesoamerica, the towns of San Juan Teotihuacan and San Martin de las Piramides combine ancient and colonial cultures. 

These places owe part of their popularity, among other reasons, to their proximity to the famous archaeological zone of the State of Mexico. These demarcations achieved the denomination of Magical Towns in 2015. In these places, the food merges between the pre-Hispanic and the Spanish. The ancient history invites you to discover the life of these two beautiful, magical towns.

On the other hand, the archaeological site of Teotihuacan is known as “the city where the gods were created.” Although the pyramids are the first reference that Mexicans have to visit this site, it also has other tourist aspects that rescue the Mexican culture that is important to consider. This guide tells you what they are so you can plan your best trip to these towns. 

There is no doubt that visiting San Juan Teotihuacan and San Martin de las Piramides is to learn about the pre-Hispanic culture of the central region of Mexico.