Really fentastic, very good people. I didn't see any angry persiin during my 120days stay. Really nice people.
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We went this past weekend on a Sunday morning and it was remarkable. There were very few people and the vendors were just setting up their merchandise. Since it was Sunday the entrance fee was free. You don't have to pay for parking either. The...More
This ancient archaeological site is significant in the history of Mexico. There is a nice well interpreted botanical garden and a small but well done museum. This is well worth a morning visit. We were among the first to arrive afterthe site opens in the...More
It is very hot, you need to wear hat, put on sun-lotion. You have to walk at least 20 minutes from the entrance in order to reach the actual site. The site is not very big, but after you see the statue, it's wonderful. And...More
I struggle with whetherI should have graded a TWO, but today I feel generous. Compared with the dozens of other archeological sites in and around CDMX, Tula was disappointing. It seems that there is a lack of funding to carry on with all the necessary...More
Quiet and nice place to visit with family, enjoy the Tolteca's culture and admire such a quiet place inside urban area, my kids were so happy to have the chance to enjoy a beautiful botanical garden on the way to the archeological area.
If you like history and ancient sites, this one is a must in Mexico. Easy two hour ride from Mexico City by bus ( 125 pesos one way ). Taxi can take you from the bus terminal to the archeological site for about 40 pesos....More
The city is still connected to the ancient ruins as it is an important tourist attraction as well as a symbol of the city. Also the city of Tula de Allende was built on what was the most southern extention of the acient city of...More