Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo exist side by side, overlooking the deep-blue Pacific, Each town has its own unique character. Ixtapa is a resort town, replete with hotels, high-end golf courses, restaurants, and bars. Zihuatanejo is a little more laid back, and a great way to get to know the town is to explore its beaches, such as Playa Municipal, Playa Las Gatas, and Playa La Ropa. Both seaside towns offer a variety of fishing charter opportunities.
Discover the heartfelt city of Tlaquepaque, a center for high quality furniture, antiques, and art. Everywhere you will find artisans creating splendid pieces using a variety of materials and methods. Mariachi music is the heart and soul of Mexico, and Rudy was lucky enough to also experience a live outside performance of The University of…Watch Now >>
The Zinco Jazz Club features talented musicians from all over the world. Enjoy a lively evening with a performance by Ballet Folclorico at the Palace of Fine Arts. The five-star Hotel Marquis Reforma is the perfect place to stay while in the city. Sensational artwork by Diego Rivera can be experienced at both the Museo…Watch Now >>
3:06Mercado Libertad, La Chata Restaurant, and the Tonala Craft Market in Guadalajara, Mexico with Rudy Maxa
Guadalajara’s Mercado Libertad (aka Mercado San Juan de Dios) is one of the oldest parts of the very old city of Guadalajara. For a sumptuous meal, join Rudy and friends at La Chata Restaurant. The Tonala Craft Market (aka Artesanías Tonala) is a great place to find beautiful ceramic, iron, and glass pieces.Watch Now >>
La Rojena Distillery is the oldest tequila maker in Mexico, and it is owned and operated by Jose Cuervo. Take a journey into the heart of tequila, from the agave plant growing and harvested in the field, all the way to the finished product that tastes delicious.Watch Now >>