Calixtlahuaca near Toluca in Mexico is a well-preserved Aztec archaeological site which was once a thriving city originally home to the Matlatzinca people – the people of the Toluca Valley. The Calixtlahuaca site has a series of fascinating and impressive structures, not least of which are its vast pyramid-like temples.
Calixtlahuaca is located off Highway 55 approximately 10 km northeast of the centre of the city of Toluca. The easiest way to get here is by car/organised tour. Toluca has an international airport as well as a bus terminal with links to Mexico City
Calixtlahuaca is open daily except Mondays, 10am-5pm.
Calixtlahuaca, nr. Toluca, Mexico
Contact local tourist office
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