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See Merida, founded by the Spanish Francisco de Montejo on January 6, 1542. In fact, the Mayan indians had a large city known as T'ho, long before the Spaniards arrived. Stones of that city were used to construct the Cathedral church located in the...more
The Guagua bus tour was a little disappointing. It is done live in in back-to-back English and Spanish. We took the 6 pm tour and it lasted 2 hours, bus was not air conditioned (it;s an open-air school bus with wooden bench seats). It was...More
I can highly recommend this informative and well-narrated tour, in both Spanish and English.
The guide explained as much in English as she did in Spanish. Other people had taken the double-decker tour and said this is much better.
Very reasonable - 120 Mexican pesos....More
My wife and I like taking bus tours when we arrive at a new city, so that we can scope out what neighborhoods we'd like to visit. We liked this tour vs. it's competitors because of the variety of places that it takes you.
Very cheap way to visit the city very quicly (we stayed only for a day) and really characteristic.
Unfortunately, the microphone broked down during the tour and we did it without a guide (who was trying to fix it)
The tour guide was good and narrated in both Spanish and English. We got to see quite a few sites around town - cathedrals and churches, private mansions, government buildings, parks etc.
Our tour lasted about 1 hour and 15 minutes, with no stops. It...More