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Stop At: Tula Toltec Archaeological Ruins, Tula de Allende Municipality Mexico
Its great route begins 90 km from Mexico City, in the State of Hidalgo. Known as the Pre-Hispanic City and for its large size, the Archaeological Zone of Tula is one of the most important Toltec centers of this culture, since it was a city with great economic, political, ethnic and cultural complexity.
You can enjoy the majestic Toltec Warriors also known as Atlanteans, in addition to the incredible relives such as Jaguars, Coyotes and Aguilas cracking hearts, in addition to an incredible view from the Pyramid "B".
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Museo Nacional del Virreinato, Plaza Hidalgo N 99 Barrio San Martín, Tepotzotlan C.P. 54600 Mexico
The National Museum of the Viceroyalty is a museum that has been recognized nationally and internationally for being the museum of excellence in terms of history and viceroyal art in Mexico.
The historical museum is made up of permanent exhibition halls that explain the history of viceregal Mexico, from the 16th century with the arrival of the Spaniards to the American territory until the 18th century where the Bourbon reforms caused changes in all areas of society , and consequently, they affected the different social and artistic manifestations of the viceregal period: the conventual workshops, the guilds, the crowned nuns, the novohispano characters.
Duration: 2 hours