Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Experience Mexico City: Teotihuacan Pyramids by Metro and Dinner with a Local Family. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Luis Is Amazing!
He was very knowledgable about the site and the history of Teotihuacan! Our group was diverse and he adapted well while still adding humor and light heartedness to the environment. I this you all lucky to have him as a guide and as a member of the Viator crew.
As we walked to the tree family's homes he told us about the area and the people. Dinner with the family was fantastic because the home was built for our accommodations. Even there, Louis didn't stop teaching us things about Mexican culture and etiquette.
Awesome all around from start to finish!
Thank you SO much Luis, Thank you Viator for this opportunity!
Although the meeting point was a tad difficult to find, the trip from start to finish was a fun and relaxed adventure. Our tour guide Luis was hilarious, knowledgeable and completely down to earth; a really genuine tour guide! The scenery was amazing, the food was fantastic, the tequila and mescal was pretty darn good as well! Learning about all the uses of an Agave cactus and the fruit was a huge highlight and the amazing little places and villages that we visited were such a treat. The whole package was a huge delight and I would definitely recommend this tour!
The tour was excellent and the guide verygood. it was an added plus that the tour took place even though I was the only guest. The travel by the local transport, the metro was a good experience. Unfortunately the dinner with the local family was a big disappointment. The way its advertised, I was expecting to join a family for dinner, but instead its a small private room attached to a residence and the owner serves you like a one off customer who has wandered in for a meal. The meal wasnt upto much and a great disappointment. they served us Tacos and it would been a better experience instead to eat from one of the roadside vendors in the town of san martin. it smelled so good when we walked through the town to the locals who make the cactus drink and eats. My suggestion is cancel the dinner with the local family and introduce roadside eating.