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This site was once a major Indian city that rivaled and eventually was conquered by the Aztec empire.
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Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a fairly small ruin, however, it was pretty interesting. The ruins were in pretty good condition, and it is quite picturesque with the church that was built from the stones in the background. Especially nice was that the plaques were in both Spanish...More

Thank goomba1181
Reviewed 13 April 2017

this place is full of history and good place to see some ruins with out going very far from the center of the city

Thank Lawrence D
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Important ruins of a indigenous plaza and temple, including a medicinal hot bath. You walk along a a footpath with many plaques (with English translations) that explain purposes of the stepped platforms and pre-colonial building foundations. Compact area with much important history. Our group from...More

Thank parent
Reviewed 19 March 2017

We signed up, at our hotel, for a guided tour today of Teotihuacan and the Virgin of Guadalupe. The tour was throught Monopolis Tours operating out of the Krystal Hotel on La Reforma and available through most hotel concierges. We were not expecting this stop,...More

1  Thank Ronald L
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

I never knew of the existence of Tlatelolco and I was a bit hesitant to visit since it looks very plain and unassuming! But once we heard the history of the site, I wanted to learn more about it! I found the story of the...More

Thank Marisol O
Reviewed 5 February 2017

If you have the opportunity to bring a tour guide along with you, this is great spot to visit and have someone to explain the history behind it. With the Aztec Indians, the Spanish or the recent massacre (1960s), this spot has a lot of...More

Thank CWTX1
Reviewed 2 February 2017

Unfortunately we couldn't gain full access but I am sure if we could it would have been a five. This was our first example of pre- Hispanic history on arrival in Mexico and gave a good grounding as to the methods of building etc.

Thank DaveC774
Reviewed 22 January 2017

Tlatelolco is probably one of the most enigmatic places in Mexico City. Its architecture merges Mexico's culture as you will find Prehispanic ruins and above them Catholic Church that dates from Colonial times. Surrounding these constructions, you will find Pani's urban project. These modern buildings...More

Thank Daniela M
Reviewed 4 January 2017

For those of you who have already done all the requisite CDMX sites, this should definitely be next on your list. Tlatelolco is important not only as a prehispanic site with an awesome pyramid complex (the calendar pyramid has some of the coolest engravings you'll...More

1  Thank Jsleos
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

My parents grew up in Tlatelolco, both of were alive to experience the massacre. It's a place filled with lots of culture and history. Not a huge touristy place but definitely worth stopping by.

Thank Ashley M
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