My passions are the history, art, and architecture of Mexico, and I have now chosen to spend my time sharing my knowledge with visitors. I approach Mexico City and its surroundings from the perspective of social history, establishing a link between the stones you see and the stories of the men and women who built and lived in these places. All tours involve a great deal of description but always under a context, if it is in relation to the 1700's references to Europe and the USA and Specially China, due to its strong commercial ties with Mexico at that time, wolud be mentioned.
A Recent Review of this guide
Teotihcuacan is a great site and Hector is a wonderful guide. He is knowledgeable about history, architecture, and art (which really shone at Acolman) and quite personable. He was also flexible and, quick to pick up that Guadalupe might not be the best use of our time, substituted a very interesting small museum in CDMX of which we otherwise never would have been aware.
Escuela Libre de Derecho (Law School)