Well here's where I could help you out:
'Hola' I'm Armando, passionate since I can remember to history books, archeological sites, museums and old buildings. Nevertheless, it wasn't until recently that I could finally studied a master in Mexican History, my problem now is that I cannot refrain myself from showing everyone the hidden stories behind those historical places and normally overseen monuments in the city.
Beware, I mean, I hope you could be the next one.
Take a time to check the information about my tours in the city and its surroundings, I bet you'll be surprised of what you'll know about Mexico afterwards.
A Recent Review of this guide
We really enjoyed our tour of "Baroque Queretaro" with Armando. He was very knowledgeable about the history of the city as well as Mexican history in general. He took us to some unique places that we would not have found on our own. He was also very polite and patient with us (I was traveling with older parents who are slow walkers) and he ended up spending extra time with us. He also speaks excellent English.
Master in Mexican History by the Latin American University (2002-2004).
Lecturer at the "Museums and Education congress" at Latin American University (Mexico City 2004).
History adviser and head of history reserch at "Taller de Arquitectura y Restauración" for the restoration of the ancient "Labor de Santas Marías" colonial ruins (San Miguel Allende 2009-2011).