Verá los monumentos más importantes de Ciudad de México en una visita turística incluyendo acceso entre bastidores al teatro más importante de su clase: Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palacio de Bellas Artes). También visitará el Museo Antropológico para completar una fabulosa excursión y ver algunas de las mejores atracciones de la Ciudad de México. La excursión incluye el precio de la entrada, un guía profesional y transporte desde un punto de encuentro en el centro de Ciudad de México.
Aqui en esta Tour no tenemos queja alguna, no solo espectacular e inolvidable sino que el guía GABRIEL, mereció una recompensa den forma de propina generosa, ya que no escatimo esfuerzos en ningún momento, tuvo paciencia infinita en sus explicaciones y comentarios.
GABRIEL tine afundados conocimientos, cultura y es muy elocuente.
APLAUSOS, por la Tour y mas aplausos a GABRIEL.
COMO QUEDAMOS AMPLIAMENTE CONFORMES NO COMENTAMOS EL PRECIO.
Very insightful and you will learn a lot about the Aztecs and the Mayan, then if the chance will have it, you will get inside the Bellas Artes for a behind the scenes tour which is really amazing. Only thing I would improve is how to compensate for the whole 9 hours because my tour was already finished after 5 hours.
Could not find the local tour operator. We went to the main entrance and did not see anyone who was obviously our tour group. We asked the museum if they knew where we were supposed to meet and they said they'd already gone in and if we wanted to catch up we had to buy a ticket to the museum which is included in the sightseeing tour package. We bought the tickets and continued on into the museum but never did find our tour group.
The Anthropology Tour provides important info and background to this superb, world class museum which covers the history of the country. Lulu, our excellent guide provided special emphasis to the Aztec and Mayan cultures. It is not located in the Downtown area and transportation was provided to that area to complete our tour.
I wouldn't say that behind the Scenes at Bellas Artes is an accurate description of the second half of the tour which is located near the city center. We stopped briefly at Bellas Artes but didn't explore the building, instead, we went to the Zocalo and had a good tour of the cathedral and adjacent Temple Major, both fascinating locations. An excellent and valuable tour overall with important background to the culture and history of Mexico.
Very poorly organized
Spent hours in shops and long lunch and only short time at sites
Most passengers were Spanish speaking with only 2 english tourists so english guiding was extremely short
Very disappointed would recommend to any english speaking tourists
You cant sell those tours to English speaking tourists its deceiving
Unfortunately my mobile phone was stolen during this walking tour. It happened just outside the gates of the Cathedral on the sidewalk where several vendor carts were set up. I was squirted with some liquid water? on the back of the neck and was immediately assisted by a middle aged woman who was distracting me by rubbing my neck. Ten minutes later I realized my mobile phone, which had been in the breast pocket of my shirt, was gone. Please be careful. This was a very unfortunate experience, but I understand that one takes risks walking in a large crowd on city streets. Our guide was very knowledgeable and I had enjoyed the tour experience up until the point of the theft.
Informação do ponto de encontro confusa e não consegui encontrar o guia e com isso perdi o passeio e meu dinheiro.
Definitivamente não recomendo, até porque o museu acabei visitando por conta própria e diria que foi muito mais proveitoso, fazendo o meu tempo.