In our previous post, we described our experiences in and around Mexico City’s Centro Historico district – the beating heart of the city and ground zero for Mexico’s history as a unified country. In this post, we’ll roam a little further afield and look at our favorite things to do in Mexico City beyond the Centro district. NOTE: As always, photos are in galleries. Just click the first to click through larger versions of each. 1. Experience the Pyramids of Teotihuacan Well, this one really is further afield – about an hour’s drive northeast of Mexico City. But it’s so worth it. The enigmatic city of Teotihuacan was once the largest city in pre-Columbian America, peaking sometime around the first century AD. The pyramids themselves are recognized as some of the most architecturally significant from that period. Teotihuacan is thought to be a religious center; in fact, its name means something…

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