Visitors to the country of Mexico have a dynamic, diverse, and deeply intriguing itinerary to work through, from a visit to the lively capital, Mexico City, to a venture into the ‘back and beyond’ of rural Mexico, discovering the local people, artists, and ancient ruins that define this country’s immense historic culture.
Taking a guided bicycle tour ensures you maximize your time in Mexico, riding around ancient ruins, and cycling through some of the most spectacular scenery on the North American continent. Cycle through Mexico City to discover the quirky, colorful interior and exterior of the Frida Kahlo Museum, the colossal facades of the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, Zócalo, Chapultepec Castle, and the National Palace. Bike through local street markets to sink your teeth into a blissful burrito, authentic nachos, or an enticing enchilada!
Venturing north of Mexico City, discover the well-preserved ruins of an ancient archeological site guaranteed to blow you away with its scale, sensational beauty, and secret mural paintings. Teotihuacan is home to the Mesoamerican marvels of the Pyramid of the Sun, Pyramid of the Moon, and Avenue of the Dead - colossal structures that pierce the marvelous Mexican sky.
Enjoy a guided bicycle tour to Teotihuacan and enjoy pedaling around the pyramids, before parking up your bike to climb up the ancient steps and discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site close up with the expert help of your guide. Their storytelling skills and detailed local knowledge will ensure you glean plenty of history from your visit to what many believe to have been North America’s first advanced civilization.