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About Amigo Tours
Amigo Tours is a tour company based in Mexico City that provides private and shared tours in Mexico City and its sorroundings, we have our own vans with certified and experieced guides and drivers that will take you on a great trip through this beautiful country.
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Teotihuacan Morning Tour with an Archeologist and Tequila tasting

Beat the crowds and the midday heat on an early morning tour of the Teotihuacan Pyramids from Mexico City. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the pre-Mayan archaeological wonder comes alive with your guide’s narration. Enjoy the early morning tranquility of ancient pyramids and temples. Plus, your tour includes a visit to an obsidian workshop and a mezcal-tasting session.
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8 hours
from $42.00

Teotihuacan, Tlatelolco, Guadalupe Shrine and Tequila Tasting Tour

Teotihuacan is an ancient pre-Columbian city in Mexico, and Tlatelolco is a 14th-century Aztec market town, excavated from beneath the capital. During this in-depth combo tour from Mexico City, enjoy guided visits of both sites, topped off with a stop at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, one of the most popular Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world. All entrance fees are included for a seamless experience.
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9 hours
from $49.00

Xochimilco, Coyoacán and Frida Kahlo Museum Tour

Visit historic Coyoacán and Xochimilco's floating gardens on a money-saving package that combines two tours of Mexico City in a single day. If you have limited time in Mexico City, this combination tour is a great way to make the most of your trip. Stroll cobblestone streets, visit a UNESCO-listed university campus, tour Frida Kahlo’s home and studio, and then board a traditional boat to ply the canals of Xochimilco.
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10 hours
from $35.00

Guided Tour National Museum of Anthropology w/ optional Small Group

Spanning thousands of years of pre-Columbian history and multiple civilizations, exploring the National Museum of Anthropology on your own can be exhausting. See and understand Mexico’s largest and most popular museum with ease on a guided visit. Your dynamic guide provides illuminating and easy-to-follow narration as you explore the galleries to see important artifacts, including the Stone of the Sun, Aztec Xochipilli Statue, and various Mayan treasures.
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4 hours
from $19.00

Chapultepec Castle & National Museum of Anthropology with optional Small Group

Take an early-morning tour to discover Mexico’s fascinating history from the days of the Aztecs to the present. Learn about Spanish colonialism and Mexico's independence, as you view the royal apartments and significant artworks at Chapultepec Castle. Continue onwards to the nearby National Museum of Anthropology to see the most important artifacts, including the Olmec carved heads and Stone of the Sun.
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6 hours
from $35.00
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Tomas wrote a review Nov 21
London, United Kingdom12 contributions6 helpful votes
The trip was supposed to be 8 hours long and lasted over 11 hours. When you count the time you need to leave the hotel and then come back from pick up points it was over 12 hours long. To see one spot with pyramids 50 min drive away from the city. This is unacceptable. Entire trip should be 4 hours total. First of all the sheer amount of waiting in a bus was staggering. The guide was not in rush and took her sweet time talking to people selling tickets, selling items and waiting around for seemingly no reason. The information given to us when sightseeing was chaotic and very basic. Also not being able to climb pyramids due to covid restrictions seems like a very important piece of info that the tour description just omitted. When we were coming back there was an extra stop at a church and people who were not up to it had to wait in a bus for another 50 minutes.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Response from AmigotoursCalidad, Guest Relations Manager at Amigo Tours
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Dear Amigo We are very sorry for your experience, the current Covid situation has changed us a lot, however, we appreciate your comments to improve on the points you told us. Tracy
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lee g wrote a review Nov 15
Colchester, United Kingdom1 contribution
In Mexico City working, so chose this trip as a something different and to get out of the busy city. Lulu was knowledgeable and passed this on with enthusiasm, bought the site to life. Wasn't sure on some of our lunch choices, the red worms are not for me!! Will definitely look at other Amigo tours if I return for the second part of the project.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Response from AmigotoursCalidad, Guest Relations Manager at Amigo Tours
Responded 6 days ago
Dear Amigo We are very happy that you had a great day in the company of Lulu and our entire team. Tracy
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Kate wrote a review Nov 11
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It was really nice to have the van and ticket taken care of, however the “tequila” tasting was watered down samples at 8am at a shop that then pressured you to buy cheap souvenirs. They talked about the local plants and that was interesting. The actual teotihuacan experience was awesome, but the information provided was basically the Wikipedia page. Lunch was also overpriced and not included & a tourist tip trap.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Response from AmigotoursCalidad, Guest Relations Manager at Amigo Tours
Responded 6 days ago
Dear Amigo Thank you very much for your comments, they help us to improve. As you say, we do have a list of hotels for pick up, we try to keep it updated in the agencies, however, we will reinforce having it up to date so that this happens again. We will also analyze the logistics to improve it. We appreciate your comments. Tracy
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jrickysimmons1 wrote a review Nov 10
Houston, Texas1 contribution
07Nov2020. Tour guide Emanuel was very knowledgeable. He had truly studied much history about the pyramids, Mexico in general, and Mexico City. He was very relaxed and careful to not leave the slow folks behind. The tour ended right on schedule despite spending more time than scheduled at the pyramids. The lunch restaurant stop was very good, with entertainers doing a few songs. Santiago was a careful and friendly driver. Only negatives were that the minibus was a bit cramped, and tour guide Emanuel having to do both the English and Spanish commentary.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Response from AmigotoursCalidad, Guest Relations Manager at Amigo Tours
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Amigo We greatly appreciate your feedback and are very happy to know that our team helped you have a great day. Tracy
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Edwin War wrote a review Nov 4
Long Beach, California1 contribution
Great tour. My friends and I were in dire need of a vacation and due to covid restrictions everywhere we decided on Mexico. We were running late to the meet up point and did not think we were going to make it. While we were on our way. The tour guide called us and told us he would wait for us. As we pulled up we noticed the tour guide had turned away other people attempting to take our seats in the tour. The tour itself was great, the tour guide was funny and just loved throwing out history's historical facts as we drove towards our destination. The mezcal tasting was great and the restaurant was very good as well. I would re-book with this service in the future.
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Response from AmigotoursCalidad, Guest Relations Manager at Amigo Tours
Responded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your valuable comments. It makes us happier that you had a great day in the company of us Tracy
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