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Sunday
15
APR

Exploring the archeological site of Xochicalco and the city of C

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Let´s explore the archeological site Xochicalco and the city of Cuernavaca :-).

Xochicalco
Xochicalco is a pre-Columbian archaeological site in the western part of the Mexican state of Morelos. The name Xochicalco may be translated from Nahuatl as "in the house of Flowers".

The architecture and iconography of Xochicalco show affinities with Teotihuacan, the Maya area, and the Matlatzinca culture of the Toluca Valley. The main ceremonial center is atop an artificially leveled hill, with remains of residential structures, on long terraces covering the slopes. The site was first occupied by 200 BC, but did not develop into an urban center until the Epiclassic period (AD 700 – 900). Nearly all the standing architecture at the site was built at this time. At its peak, the city may have had a population of up to 20,000 people.

Cuernavaca
Loved by its tranquility and colorful landscapes, no matter where you go you will find landscapes full of bugambilia, jacarandas, African tulips, lilies, jasmine, tabachines and daisies. Its delicious gastronomy and architecture of a colonial style will captivate you.

It is important to pay no later than the 11th of April, to make sure we can arrange the right transport for the right amount of people.

The price is 550 Mexican Pesos and includes private transport for our group, experienced driver, and explanations in Spanish and English.

Please send a whatsapp to 044 55 1308 3732 to ask if there are still places available, to confirm your participation and to receive the payment information (you can pay either by transfer, by cash deposit at any Banamex bank or cash payment at any Oxxo store). It is important to pay before April 11th, to make sure we can arrange the right transport for the right amount of people.

Let´s explore more hidden jewels of México together !