To find the Giants of Tula, we must walk in the footsteps of the Toltecs. In 750 A.D., the Toltecs built unique monuments in their new capital Tollen, or Tula, in Central Mexico. Only a few of the ruins of this once great city survived the passage of time.
3:06The Instituto Cultural Cabanas, the Palacio de Gobierno, and the Teatro Degollado in Guadalajara, Mexico with Rudy Maxa
The artwork infused with dramatic spirit by Jose Clemente Orozco is an integral part of both the Instituto Cultural Cabanas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Palacio de Gobierno. The neoclassical Teatro Degollado is home to the Philharmonic orchestra of Jalisco and The University of Guadalajara’s Ballet Folclorico.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 >>
Travel with Shari Belafonte and explore Merida’s Old World architecture. Ride to Progreso, and tour the ruins of the Mayan and Toltec civilizations at Chichen Itza and Uxmal. Continue on to Cancun and snorkel through Caribbean waters at Akumel and Isla Mujeres…Watch Now >>
Deep in the rainforest of southern Mexico, a civilization emerged 3,000 years ago. For centuries thereafter, the surrounding rainforest concealed a shocking secret; a lost city where human sacrifice was a way of life. Here lies Palenque, lost city of the Mayans.Watch Now >>