The Aztec city of Tenochtitlan was originally built on the site of where Mexico City now stands. Zocalo is the city’s main square, and makes for a great starting point. The Templo Mayor Museum brings Aztec myth and legend to life. As you will soon find out, there is an endless amount of fresh produce at the Mercado La Merced. Just down the street, Rudy discovers the Sonora Witchcraft Market.
Hola from Guadalajara, the “City of Roses.” Rudy Maxa explores the rich history and culture of “the most Mexican of cities,” with its colonial architecture, dramatic murals, mariachi music, and vibrant folk art. Rudy visits such historical sites as the monument that commemorates the founding of Guadalajara…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 >>
The sun, sea, and coastal mountains make Puerto Vallarta a memorable vacation destination. Set upon tranquil Banderas Bay (aka Bahía de Banderas), the city was the location spot for the film Night of the Iguana. Travelers may visit several locations that will conjure memories of the film, including Casa Kimberly and Hacienda San Angel. El…Watch Now >>
Guadalajara has a rich history, and the city exudes a vibrant, active, friendly culture. Guadalajara is the second-oldest European city in North America. Stay at the Presidente Intercontinental Hotel, and let the history of the city soak into your soul as you explore the Teatro Degollado, Guadalajara Cathedral, and the Rotonda de los Hombres Ilustres.Watch Now >>