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Panoramic tour of Mexico City

A panoramic tour of the capital of Mexico – Mexico City, a huge metropolis, the giant city, founded by Spanish conquerors on the site of the ancient Aztec capital – Tenochtitlan . You will follow the main street of Mexico – Paseo de la Reforma, you'll visit the main square of the capital – Zocalo Square (the Square of Constitution), the second of largest squares in the world. You'll visit the Presidential Palace, where you will familiarize yourself with murals of Diego Rivera – the famous Mexican mural artist.


There is one of the most ancient Indian pyramids – Cuicuilco – in the south of Mexico City. It?s name, translated from Nahuatl means "the place of hymns or prayers". Cuicuilco is the first large-scale specimen of architecture in Central Mexico.

Cuernavaca and Taxco

Cuernavaca is the city of eternal spring, where the flowers do not fade for all the year. It’s one of the most beautiful cities in the colonial style. Hernan Cortes chose this city as his residence. You can visit his palace (now – the Museum). Cuernavaca is also famous for the monastery of Franciscan, one of the first religious orders in New Spain. This city still retains the status of a prestigious place for suburban residences of the prosperous Mexicans.

The pyramids of Teotihuacan

In the morning you will visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which is the patron of all Catholics of Latin America. The shrine was built on the site of the appearance of Our Lady in front of an Indian Juan Diego, who was a simple collector of brushwood. It was happened on the Tepeyac-hill. In a sign that the Virgin Mary takes patronage over the inhabitants of Mesoamerica, her image was miraculously embodied on the cloak of Juan Diego made of agave fibers. Now miraculous image is keeping in the basilica, which is a place of pilgrimage for catholics.

Cuernavaca and Tepotztlan

Cuernavaca is located about one hour and a half south of Mexico City. Visiting it, you will be able to enjoy not only the points of interest, but also many excellent restaurants and markets. In addition to this, you can safely assume that Cuernavaca is an excellent place to learn Spanish.


104 km from the capital, in a beautiful lush green valley at the foot of the mountain Malinalco is located. The town, inherited from ancestors, consists of cobbled streets, colorful houses built of adobe, stories and dreams. Green landscapes and peaceful surroundings make it an ideal place for the rest and reflection of the eternal. Malinalco streets are dotted with flowers adorning the walls of colonial mansions and small temples XVI-XVIII centuries too. Everything in town is calling on a journey into the past of Mexico.


Xochicalco is a mystical sanctuary, located in the state of Morelos, 38 km from Cuernavaca. Translated from the ancient Mayan language – Nahuatl – its name means "the house of flowers". After the fall of the city of Teotihuacan this city was one of the major ceremonial centers of era. The apogee of its development took place in the years 650-900 AD.

The Museum-house of Dolores Olmedo and Xochimilco

The Dolores Olmedo Patiño Museum is the biggest private collection of works of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.

Tula and Tepotzotlan

The researchers of ancient civilizations of Mesoamerica have learned about Tula and the Toltecs from oral legends of the Indians written down by the first Spanish conquerors and friars of the Catholic Church, who accompanied the march of the conquerors. However, finding a Tula or, rather, the place where it once was, was not possible till recently, though the greatest researchers of pre-Hispanic cultures of America were participated in the process.

Coyoacan and Xochimilco

The district of Coyoacan, the church of St. John the Baptist and the church of the Virgin, the museums-houses of Frida Kahlo and of Leon Trotsky, the floating gardens of Xochimilco.


Near the city of Puebla Cholula is located, which name means "the place where the water runs off". The first thing that one sees in the city is a charming colonial-style church, built in the XVI century.

Cholula and Puebla

Cholula was one of the most important religious and political centers of Mesoamerica. Currently, it is a small town situated on the road to Puebla. Its most important sanctuary is the Pyramid of Tepanapa, by volume, it's three times larger than famous Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. The Pyramid of Tepanapa is now surrounded with overgrown grass, and looks more like a hill than a pyramid, overshadowing the Catholic church on the top of it. The Catholic church was built on the same place of the destroyed pagan church. Taking a guided tour through the narrow passages of the pyramid you'll familiarize yourself with the ancient history of the complex.

Mexican folkloric ballet

Luxurious marble Palace of Fine Arts was built in the period from 1905 to 1934. The National Opera and the Symphony Orchestra are housed here. Twice a week the gorgeous Mexican folkloric ballet (Ballet Folklórico de México) performs here.


Cacaxtla is one of the most amazing places on the map of Mexico. This archaeological site is in 40-minute drive from the capital of the state of Puebla.

Cacaxtla and Tlaxcala

You will visit the archaeological site of Cacaxtla, famous for its amazing frescoes that tell us about fury warriors, mysterious gods and priests.

Cacaxtla was the capital of the region where the Olmec tribe Xicallanca lived. The origin of these tribe is unspecified, but it is assumed to inhabit Mesoamerica approximately 400’s years BC.


2 km from Cacaxtla and 117 km from the capital, another archeological area is situated –Xochitecatl. In the language of tribes which inhabited its territory, area name means "the place where the flowers grow" or "the place of origin of flowers". The ancient city was built on a hill, surrounded by three volcanoes and two most important rivers of the region.

The balooning in Teotihuacan

Turn your dream into reality! Enjoy a balloon flight in the clean sky of Teotihuacan, because this is a unique opportunity to look with a bird's eye at the ancient pyramids and the amazing landscape of the archaeological zone.

Tour program "Viva Mexico: Mexico and the pyramids of Teotihuacan", 3 days/ 2 nights

The program will provide you a great opportunity to see the sights of the capital of Mexico and of the ancient complex of Teotihuacan located not far from it.

Tour program "Viva Mexico: Mexico, the Museum of Anthropology and the pyramids of Teotihuacan", 4 days/ 3 nights

With our program you will be able to learn a lot of new and interesting things about the Mexican land and its culture, to touch its history and perhaps unravel some of its mysteries.

Tour program "Viva Mexico: Mexico, the pyramids of Teotihuacan and the City of Silver", 4 days/ 3 nights

In a few time you will see the outstanding objects of the capital of Mexico, you will visit the small, but storing the history and traditions cities of the country in vicinity of Mexico City. You’ll certain of the majesty of the monuments of ancient civilizations that inhabited the Mexican land.

Tour program "Viva Mexico: Mexico, the Museum of Anthropology, the pyramids of Teotihuacan and the City of Silver", 5 days/ 4 nights

The program consists of five days fairly saturated with new experiences. It will remain in your memory forever. In addition to exploring Mexico City and its prominent temples and museums, you are going to visit to Cuernavaca, Taxco and, of course, the ancient Teotihuacan.

Tour program "Viva Mexico: Mexico, the pyramids of Teotihuacan, Tula and Tepotzotlan", 4 days/ 3 nights

Do you want to learn more about the culture and history of Mexico? Our program will help you. You'll familiarize yourself with the sights of the capital, you'll visit places that hold the history of the ancient inhabitants of the Mexican land, and you'll appraise the beauty of the colonial and modern architecture of the country.

Tour program "Viva Mexico: Mexico, the pyramids of Teotihuacan and three museums", 4 days/ 3 nights

The program will be memorable for someone who loves history. During the familiarization with the culture and traditions of the Mexican people, you will have the wonderful opportunity to learn not only about the history of the ancient tribes who inhabited this land, but also about the brightest representatives of modern history, whose lives are intertwined with the life of Mexico.

Contact information

T. +52.55 5668 3255, +52.55 5668 3146 


Av. de Las Fuentes 170, Col. Jardines del Pedregal 01900 Mexico DF