Teotihuacán is one of the most important metropolises in ancient Mexico, and one of the most significant cultural centers in Mesoamerica. It was included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO nearly thirty years ago.

“Cultural Heritage is a synthesis of the wealth, history and identity of a nation; it is our link to the past, but also provides a solid basis for building a better future.”

Tourist destination

In 2015, Teotihuacán was visited by nearly 3 million domestic and foreign tourists, the highest figure recorded by any site administered by the National Institute of Anthropology and History since 1998. 

This destination is enhanced by the incorporation of the Night Experience. Visitors will have the opportunity to live and experience a journey to the roots of culture through an audiovisual experience.

Visitors will be able to enjoy this show during the Easter vacations.           

“I am sure that in addition to offering visitors a new experience, this project will contribute to the sustainable tourism, economic and social development of the region, with full respect and care for our heritage.”