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Visitez le site archéologique de Teotihuacan, classé au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO - lors de cette visite privée au départ de Mexico avec un guide archéologue expérimenté. Alors que vous parcourez les pyramides, les Plazas et les peintures murales, profitant de la majestueuse atmosphère, vous aurez l'avantage d'être accompagné d'un guide privé fécond en fascinantes informations sur Teotihuacan, qui aurait été créée autour de 100 avant JC. Vous aurez également la possibilité de gravir la pyramide du Soleil et la pyramide de la Lune. La dégustation de Tequila et de Mescal est également incluse !
This tour was mostly great. Our guide, Ligia, showed up at our hotel right on time. She was very personable and knowledgeable. Teotihuacan itself was fantastic and our guide showed us the most reasonable and least tiring way of seeing everything. We highly recommend this part of the tour.However, Amigo Tours who actually are Viator's agents for this excursion, apparently have an agreement with a store and restaurant near the pyramids where we had to stop for a "cactus, obsidian and tequila" lesson which was pretty sketchy. The food in the restaurant was not very good and was fairly expensive. Our guide did not eat with us. It is possible for us to refuse to stop there but you have to know that ahead of time.Definitely take the tour, but skip the "lesson and lunch".
Our guide met my daughter and I in our hotel lobby promptly at 9am. The guide was pleasant and friendly and very knowledgeable about Teotihuacan. She had a binder with pictures and maps and these were very helpful to our understanding of the site. I did have some trouble understanding the guide's English as it was heavily accented. The day was hot, but wonderful. I highly recommend seeing this site and doing so with a guide. Only when we got back to the hotel, did my daughter and I realize that the guide forgot to take us to the museum located at Teotihuacan.After Teotihuacan, our guide and driver took us to where obsidian is made into figurines and where alcohol is made from agave. My daughter and I were handed off to a nice lady who told us all about the agave plant, all about obsidian, and all about weaving. She also let us sample the different alcohols made from the agave. She laughing said, she was getting us drunk so we would buy something from her store. Well, we did buy a few items from her store. The store sold jewelry, blankets, clothes, and alcohol. We don't regret our purchases.After this our tour guide offered to take us to dinner, but we declined as my daughter was getting tired. She had come down with a cold before we left on our trip.I highly recommend this trip with a private tour guide!
The trip was wonderful and our guide, Kevin, was super - upbeat, energetic, informative and patient! We had a fantastic time visiting the pyramids and we were thoroughly engaged and impressed with the expanse of the site and knowledge imparted to us. We were a group of mixed abilities and he was patient and managed us all appropriately and effectively. We truly enjoyed the day and feel it was well spent!My only recommendations would be to have a van where the windows were not covered in a wrap, making it difficult to see out beyond the front windshield. In addition, we would have loved to have seen The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, as we understand it was on the way. Thank you for a fantastic experience!
I had a blast here. It was a perfect day with the perfect guide (Lulu). The history. The architecture. The ability to step back in time and just imagine the Teotihuacan way of life. It was all outstanding.
I did my trip with Amigo Tours. The site was great, but having a good guide really makes the difference. Also, make sure you're physically able to manage the trip. LOTS of stairs (but you don't have to climb the whole thing if you don't want to).
Literally the best tour I have ever taken! Our tour guide was Roberto. He met us a few minutes early at our hotel and he was the best. He told us about himself and asked about me and where I came from. He is very knowledgeable and personable. The journey from our hotel to Teotihuacan was a bit of a distance, but Roberto told us about the neighborhoods we were passing nearby, so the trip was quite enjoyable. He answered every question we had. Once we made it to Teotihuacan, we were able to take in the site and all of its beauty because the crowds had not yet arrived. Roberto told of the history of the entire area, the people, the language and the Spanish conquest. We climbed both pyramids and learned more. I would not have made it to the top without Roberto's encouragement. He also doubles as a pretty good photographer! If you are looking for a day tour to the pyramids, this is definitely the one to take! Ask for Roberto!