Chapultepec Park in Mexico City was the first location the Aztecs settled upon and lived centuries ago. The National Museum of Anthropology is one of the finest, most comprehensive and interesting museums in the world. The Mercado de Artesanias La Ciudadela is an immense marketplace that sells a wide variety of unique goods, and the Plaza Garibaldi is the location to hire your next mariachi band.
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 ofWatch Now >>
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 produceWatch Now >>
To experience the real Baja you have to get out of the car and take a closer, intimate look. Join John Holod on an unforgettable road adventure from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas. You will ride with the U.S. Border Patrol and experience the awe-inspiring scenic beauty of the Bay of the Angels, and treasureWatch 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 >>