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Pyramids of Teotihuacán

Fifty kilometers northeast of Mexico City lies the most important, complete and popular archaeological zone of Central Mexico due to these pyramids and the city surrounding them. The pyramids date back to 500 A.D. and represent the religious, cultural and architectural importance of the Teotihuacanos (the people who lived in Teotihuacán).
It is usually offered on Saturdays, the first day of students’ arrival and on orientation day at Universidad Internacional.
Length of field trip: One Full Day
Website: Teotihuacán

Pyramids of Teotihuacán
Tepoztlan and Hacienda de Cortes

Santiago Tianguistenco

En route to Santiago Tianguistengo, the bus travels through the woods and mountains north of Cuernavaca with its fresh air and pine trees. Upon arriving in Santiago Tianguistenco students will visit the indigenous market, which takes place on Tuesdays only. It is a great opportunity for students to buy handmade items such as pure wool sweaters, shawls, blankets and other woolen handcrafts at very reasonable prices.
Length of field trip: Half day
Website: Revista Buen Viaje

Ruins of Malinalco and Trout Farm

One of the most spectacular archaeological sites of the Aztec culture is located on a Cliffside 100 kilometers west of Mexico City (in the State of Mexico). Perched high on a hill and carved into the rock, the ruins of Malinalco represent an important ceremonial center where initiation rites were performed, where elite warriors of the Imperial Aztec legions were knighted, and where Aztec priests were ordained.
Following the archaeological visit, students will visit a trout farm and restaurant that serves fresh grilled trout.
Length of field trip: One Full day

Website: Visit Mexico Malinalco

Ruins of Xochicalco and Hacienda Vista Hermosa