Esta vez Cacomixtle desea que te animes a pasear en bici un rato los SÁBADOS POR LA TARDE por el Camino Antiguo de Marfil, un barrio inmerso en la actualidad de Guanajuato y arraigado con su gran historia como Real de Minas de Santiago (Marfil). Deseamos curiosear juntos en sus dos templos, la Parroquia de San José y la Purísima Concepción y el histórico Templo de San José y Señor Santiago, así como mostrarte algunas de sus casas, haciendas y recomendarte ricos restaurantes. ¡Además es nuestro barrio!


4 A 7 PM.


Mayo-Septiembre 2018.


Guía especializado

Bicicleta, casco y guantes.

Transporte y agua.



  • Si son 2 personas: $ 720/persona
  • Si son 3 personas: $ 500/persona
  • Si son 4 personas: $ 375/persona
  • Si son 5 personas: $ 350/persona
  • Si es 1 persona (excepción):        $ 950/persona

 Para mayor información envíanos un correo por favor. Mientras tanto, te facilitamos estos detalles (En caso de haber algún cambio te lo avisaremos con anticipación).


Duración del recorrido:            2 horas

Destinos:                                         Marfil, Guanajuato

Punto de salida:                              Gasolinera DCEA.

Fin del recorrido:                           Puente Marlboro.

Restricciones Regulares:      Saber andar en bici, y estar familiarizado andando en bicicleta entre coches. 


Términos y condiciones:   El recorrido es apto a partir de 12 años. Se hace contacto con el cliente para conocer más acerca de su experiencia con el uso de la bicicleta, así como para conocer su edad, altura y peso.

Mínimo de personas:          1 – 5 personas.

Información adicional:      El recorrido puede ser brindado en inglés.


Spanish 55 is a Spanish teaching platform created by two young people (Abraham and Álvaro) of Mexican origin who were born and studied in the United States. When they started working as professionals they detected that there was a communication failure between the workers and the bosses due to the language.
With this background, both young people talked for several months to try to find a solution and in 2014 they decided to do a pilot test.

To carry out this pilot test and validate their business model, they contacted nearly one hundred professionals throughout the United States through social networks. They were invited to take Spanish classes via Skype for two months. In return, they asked for feedback to improve their teaching model.
They also interviewed dozens of teachers in Tijuana to select the best and put the project in motion. The results were very pleasant, since 78 people finished the course of eight weeks and when asked if they were willing to pay for the service, half accepted it.

“We were surprised by the results … we asked many questions. How much would you pay for this service? What do you like? What did you not like? We tried to validate the idea as much as possible and also find an equilibrium price in which we could be working by the hour and approximately half of the people who entered the pilot decided to continue with us paying the service of their bag and for us that was the moment where the focus was turned on “, comments this Mexican-American entrepreneur.

Once the business model was validated, both entrepreneurs were certified in foreign language teaching at the University of Cambridge to be in sync with their business, since they are not professors.
All teachers are Mexican and teach from Tijuana, Baja California. Because the page’s users pay in dollars, teachers are paid twice as much as a teacher at that level in Mexico.

Most of the clients are located in four states: California, Texas, Florida, and New York, although they already have students in 20 states of the American Union. Its main clients are executives, business owners, investors and employees of companies and international organizations.

Although its target clients are in the United States, Spanish 55 has already worked with people in Brazil, some African doctors and some people of Danish nationality who have come to them for recommendations.
Guanajuato is ready to receive visitors who do not speak a word in Spanish, however if you want to achieve a better local immersion you could be encouraged to take some classes before your visit to Mexico.