Amigo Tours, Mexico City

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  • Traveling as a group of 5 has its benefits, as things like private tours become a lot more affordable. I booked a private tour with Amigo Tours through Viator, so we could get private transport and...  more »
  • We bought a package of day tours originating in Mexico City. Trips to the pyramids and volcanoes were excellent. Trips to surrounding cities were ok. The guides were knowledgeable and helpful...  more »
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  • Writing this specifically because the other Google reviews worried me about the Teotihuacan trip I had just reserved. Note: This review is SPECIFICALLY for the Teotihuacan early morning trip with an archaeologist booked through TripAdvisor. This trip was fantastic!! Ivan was our English guide through the pyramids giving us tons of very interesting info as he walked us through all of the Teotihuacan site. We got started about 8:30 when we got there and we had plenty of time to walk through all of the pyramids and climb any and all we wanted while still learning a bunch as we went. Since most of the signs are all in Spanish and mine is not very good this was money well spent.
  • I did the early morning tour to Teotihuacan. I give it 3 stars, b/c while they executed well, I think the world no longer really supports this kind of tour approach. It's a large bus format with 2 guides in 2 different languages (English & Spanish). I speak a bit of both. I started with the Spanish group, then shifted to the English Group. Ultimately, neither offered the right mix of photos and history, so I went it alone and just met up with the bus. The English guide is great, but the Spanish guide is more comfortable in the language and therefore does actually offer more language and history. In both causes, it's hard to get your instagram shots if you stay with the tour. There just are either too many people, or you're not in the right angle to take your shot. That said, it's not the guides fault. They were great. They kept track of me in the huge complex of Teotihuacan despite my being a bit different. I just think that the tour formats are not quite there yet for the transition in times. For the price though, it's great if you're a solo traveler and want something a bit more social than just uber up there and check it out by yourself.

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