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We took a tour to Barre de Potosi and didn't realize this would be part of it. So, we could have had an expectation issue. We were completely confused as to why we were visiting these sites. That being said, the plus: Interesting history lesson...More
The site had some interesting aspects. Much of it isn't excavated and it looks like the family who owns the property is not really interested in fully developing the site. The ball field is well preserved. The pyramid is quite different from the ones on...More
You can take an inclusive trip here. My trip included a stop in different towns, a meal, and stopping the ancient site. I enjoyed interacting the museum guides. I had a good time asking questions in Spanish and English concerning the "antiguas" and different structures....More
This is a great opportunity to see a historical site in the early stages of discovery and development. If you don't speak/read Spanish, hire a guide who has Spanish and English, as all the interpretive exhibits at the museum are in Spanish only. I recommend...More
Our fishing captain told us about this and we are glad he did. We got there and were approached by guide Jose. He was excellent and I highly recommend him. Many of his family members uncovered much of the site and donated artifacts to the...More
It is best to visit with a private guide because the guide from the site has very limited English. It is an interesting one and a half hour tour through the museum and actual site and a visit to the nearby village. The tour is...More