The International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences is pleased to offer delegates an optional pre-conference tour.
Join other conference delegates, the day before the conference, on a tour of the Teotihuacán pyramids (in the morning) and a guided tour of the Historic Center of Mexico City (in the afternoon).
From our local guide: "Teotihuacan, the city of the gods, was one of the largest pre-Hispanic cities and seat of power of one of the most influential Mesoamerican societies in the political, economic, commercial, religious, and cultural spheres. For the peoples that preceded Teotihuacan, this site had a sacred meaning. Several historical sources indicate that the Aztecs and their rulers came to these ruins to pray and celebrate rites. Although the origins of Teotihuacan are still under investigation, it is known that it was a pluricultural city, with an important presence of diverse ethnic groups. Three of the most emblematic points of Teotihuacan are the Calzada de los Muertos, the main axis of the entire pre-Hispanic city, the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon.
The Historic Center of Mexico City is the largest and most emblematic of Latin America, and one of the most important tourist centers in the world and the main destination of cultural tourism in the country. In it are concentrated some of the most treasured cultural objects of the nation and true jewels of architecture, such as the Templo Mayor of Mexico Tenochtitlan, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace, the Palace of Fine Arts, among others. Its cultural richness is not limited to the old buildings and museums; It is also appreciated in the streets, such as Calle Madero, one of the main access roads to the historic center. One of the most emblematic buildings of the Historic Center of Mexico City is the Casa de los Azulejos, a palace built during the viceroyal period and named after the facade made in talavera."
6:45 Pick up from the conference hotel, Hotel Radisson Paraiso Perisur
8:45 Arrival in Teotihuacán
9:00 Tour of Teotihuacán
11:45 Meet back on the bus
12:00 Departure from Teotihuacán to the Historic Center of Mexico City
14:00 Arrival at "Palacio de Bellas Artes".
14:15 Lunch at "Palacio de los Azulejos" (not included, US$10-15 per person)
15:15 Depart the "Palace of the Azulejos"
15: 15-17: 45 Tour of the Historic Center (walk through Madero to Zócalo, visit the National Palace, visit to the Main Temple, visit to the Cathedral)
18:00 Departure from the Historical Center to conference hotel
19:00 Arrive at hotel
Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Time: 6: 45-19: 00
Meeting point: Hotel Radisson Perisur
Price: $ 40 USD
The price includes: bus, bilingual Spanish-English guide, entrance to the pyramids.
The price does not include: Lunch at Palacio de los Azulejos (10-15 $ per person).
Wear a hat, shoes, and comfortable clothes. Be prepared to walk and climb stairs. Bring sun block, water, and insect repellent.
Booking: Booking can be done on the registration page, click the blue button below. If you have any questions about the tour please contact us.
The International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences is pleased to host the 2019 Conference Welcome Reception at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Common Ground Research Networks, the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, and the Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference will be hosting a welcome reception at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, just after the last session of the first day. All delegates are welcome to attend and enjoy complimentary light refreshments. This is an excellent opportunity to connect with and get to know your fellow international delegates.
Date: 10 July, Wednesday
Time: Directly following sessions
Location:Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Cost: Complimentary to all conference delegate
The International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences is pleased to offer delegates an optional dinner at San Angel Inn.
Join other delegates, plenary speakers, and our local hosts from the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana for the conference dinner at San Angel Inn.
San Angel Inn is an old Carmelite monastery converted into an extraordinary restaurant, famous for its international cuisine. In this beautiful place you are invited to admire its spectacular interiors, exquisitely decorated in the original Mexican- colonial style. Enjoy its spacious flower-crowned gardens with its ancient trees and authentic stone fountains.
Date: Thursday, 11 July
Time: 19:30 (7:30pm)
Location: San Angel Inn
Bookings can be added to your conference registration by clicking the blue button below. If you have any questions, contact us.
The conference will have a set menu available one month prior to the conference start date. This menu will include vegetarian options. The price is inclusive of taxes and gratuity and includes a three course meal as well as coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer, and wine.