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Teotihuacan: The Place where Men Become Gods

Shopping: Within the archaeological zone you will find many vendors offering handicrafts. We recommend that you be careful with your purchases. You always can haggle with the sellers. Look for established places. The museums of the site have shops where you can find videos, books, crafts, postcards, magazines, T-shirts, and a variety of souvenirs.

What to bring: To visit Teotihuacan, do not forget a sun block, comfortable shoes, dark glasses and a hat. Although the weather is chilly in the morning, we recommend you wear light clothing. Take bottled water, camera or video; you will need to pay extra at the entrance to take pictures or video.

 

The Museum De Young in San Francisco will have a spectacular exhibition about Teotihuacan: 

Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire  September 30, 2017 – February 11, 2018   

 

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