Downtown Mexico City

It may be the world’s largest and most complex city, with its underground pyramids, hidden passageways between colonial buildings, and small nineteenth-century windows at ground level.  Read more

Teotihuacán, Mexico

This complex of awesome pyramids, set amid what was once Mesoamerica’s greatest city, is the region’s most visited destination. The sprawling site compares to the ruins of the Yucatán and Chiapas for significance and anyone lucky enough to come here will be inspired by the astonishing technological might of the Teotihuacán (teh-oh-tee-wah-kahn) civilization (Source: Lonely Planet).

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