¡Acompáñame a conocer las riquezas culturales e históricas de México! Los recorridos turísticos que ofrezco están diseñados para los amantes de la historia, gastronomía y cultura mexicana. Conoce los mejores museos, las zonas arqueológicas más impresionantes y los templos novohispanos más deslumbrantes. Posiblemente prefieras caminar por las antiguas calles de México y Puebla conociendo sus secretos mejores guardados.

On the round sand mound:

The myth tells us that Huitzilopochtli delivered two sacred bundles to two different groups of nahuas, the tenochcas of Tenochtitlan and the tlatelolcas of Tlatelolco. When opening them, one contained the sticks to generate the fire and the other a precious green stone.

The two groups fought over the precious stone until the solar deity made a decision. The mexica would have sticks to make fire, an element associated with war, while the tlatelolcas would have jade, an element associated with wealth and commerce. This decision defined the nature and destiny of both peoples until they inevitably went to war. Do you want to know who won? I invite you to walk through Tlatelolco.


Before the arrival of the Europeans, this ancient city was the twin of Tenochtitlan. It was also the first “city of Indians” that was under the government of the Tlahtoani Cuauhtemoc after the Conquest. Tlatelolco has witnessed the great transformations of Mexico, from the construction of the largest housing complex in America to the massacre of students in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in 1968, as well as the earthquake that devastated Mexico City on September 19, 1985. In this place the last resistance of the mexica people was also waged during the siege of Tenochtitlán imposed by Cortés and his hosts.

During a journey of three and a half hours we will learn about seven centuries of the Mexican history and culture by visiting:

  • Archaeological site of Tlatelolco
  • Plaza de las Tres Culturas
  • Temple of Santiago Apostol
  • Santiago garden and ancient Tecpan
  • Site museum of Tlatelolco

Details to consider:

  • The meeting point is in Tlatelolco.
  • Duration: 3:30 to 4 hours.
  • Free entrance to the archaeological site, the site museum and the Temple of Santiago.
  • Bring comfortable footwear, sunblock, a hat or a cap.
  • Moderate walking.
  • Recommended for all ages.
  • Each experience is for one or up to thirty people.
  • The spaces to visit are subject to availability according to the day of the week in which the experience is carried out and the authorities permission.

Contact me to know about prices and booking

on this incredible experience.

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