Most Popular Things to do in Mexico City, Mexico (Taco Trip Ep.01)

In the first episode from Mexico I show you the most popular things to do in Mexico City – a great resource for your own trip!
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For the first week of my time in Mexico I wanted to dive into the history and see the main sights in Mexico City therefore I put together a list of the most popular things to do in Mexico City and went out to explore. In addition my friend Mike showed me his favorite places along the way.

From the historic city center to recommendable food places this video is meant to also help you find your way around on your first days in mexico city.

In the next episode we are going to explore the hidden gems of Mexico City and some rather unusual attractions only a few tourists get to experience.

Things to do in Mexico City as shown in this episode:
– Centro Historico / Old Town
– Zocalo with Cathedral and Templo Mayor
– Chilaquiles at Pelter in Roma
– Palacio de Bellas Artes
– Torre Latinoamericana
– Roma, Condesa, Polanco neighborhoods
– Mercado Roma
– Taqueria Los Parados
– Teotihuacan

— About the Taco Trip —
Together with my friends & fellow YouTubers Mike, Brendan & Jodie I travelled 3 weeks through Mexico in order to show you the best of Mexico City & Chiapas in this new series! I’m excited to share all our experiences in Mexico over the course of the next 4 weeks with you. Beside our “local” Mike also Brendan and Jodie are joining for this “Taco Trip” (due to the fact we ate so many delicious tacos during this trip).

Beside beautiful landscape you can expect loads of information and our personal experiences and struggles along the way.

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Comments

Josefina Carrasco says:

I would really love to visit México, but violence and everything that is show in the news, makes me hesitate about it. Anyway… Great video!
Greetings from Chile ♥

Erik Carter says:

Wow, what day of the week and what time of the day did you visit Teotihuacan? I’ve never seen a video showing it so empty!! I’m going to Mexico City in June and I want to try and see the site with as few people present as possible.

Damir Kozhanbayev says:

Man, your channel is great! unlike some other “similar” channels, yours is easy to follow, positive and cultural. Wish you the best!

Arturo Hernandez says:

Nice chilaquiles!!! ,crunchy tortillas!!!

MaseMui says:

Sehr cool Mexiko!! Werd mir die andren folgen auf jedenfall ansehen

Solar Gamer says:

Amazing video you definitely deserve more subs my man

Diego Andres Rey Lamus says:

Hello i’m From Colombia and I am learning English , I would like to know , Where are you from?

The Pitt Stops says:

Wow! Peltre looks amazing!!! I want chilaquiles. Love who you teamed up with and love the video. Mexico is a place we have not made a video about yet but I am thinking we may need to go!!!

Edith Serrat says:

Visiten cholula puebla, es muy bonito  y pueden entrar a una piramide, saludos.

sophie c says:

Fantastic video! Really have a feel for México’s beauty and culture now!

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