La Ciudad de México, después del sismo
La Ciudad de México, después del sismo

One week ago, the inhabitants of Mexico City suffered the worst earthquate since 1985. The cost of the tragedy is well known by everyone. It is impossible to go back to normal but we must return to our lives. Despite the scars the beautiful Mexico City is standing… and it’s waiting for you. Hello Travelers, listen this is a very special video, I want to show you the beauty of this city, and that the City is still standing, waiting to welcome you. Tourist sites are still open, and waiting for you. Unfortunately, there have been cancellations of hotel reservations at a rate of above 50%, from people that were planning on visiting, and there are many, many people who live of tourism. I’ve said it before, tourism is not superficial. Tourism can help, tourism can have a positive impact on the place you visit. Therefore, I undertook the task of touring a bit of the historic downtown, But I have guests! Very special guests, come on guys, We have Bully here, you already know him, and we have Manu, Manutti. He was the official creator of the ‘likes’ rating, and he was the creator of “Fatties around the World”. Regina Blandón will be joining us soon, and we’ll give you a tour around historic downtown. We are not going to show you everything, because there’s much to see. Behind me is the very beautiful ‘Palacio de Bellas Artes’, (Palace of Fine Arts), which is worth visiting because there are wonderful murals from the greatest Mexican muralists. It’s already open, you can visit it now, and it is gorgeous! Yet before anything else, let’s have breakfast. Casa de los Azulejos Travelers, we’re starting our day at a very typical, very beautiful place, where many people come to have breakfast or lunch, it’s so beautiful, it’s the Sanborns restaurant at ‘Casa de los Azulejos’ (House of Tiles). It has a lot of history, which Manu and Gloria, our kind, and knowledgeable waitress, will tell you a little about, the history of this place so full of tradition. House of Tiles, 1903. The Sanborn’s men were two brothers, who arrived in 1900 and bought this house from the Count del Valle de Orizaba. This Earl sold the house to the Sanborn’s brothers. Later, the brothers split up, and Frank Sanborn, who is the one who hired me, keeps it. He had two children, that’s why our logo is three owls, it represents the father and his 2 children. The brothers were pharmacists, so it wasn’t until 1920 when they transformed this place into a restaurant, when they split up. Here, they only used to sell coffee and cookies for the people who were waiting for their formulas to be ready. Historically, this house was property of the Counts of the Valle de Orizaba, therefore it then became the first Jockey club in Mexico City, where all the elite people hung out, of course, lead by Porfirio Díaz, Mexican president at the time. Paradoxically, during the Mexican Revolution, it went from being the place where the elite, and most important people in the country met, to being the ‘House of the People’, later becoming the ‘House of the World Worker’. Also, during the Mexican Revolution the Zapatista army came to the city. Emiliano Zapata along with the others, didn’t take their hats off to enter, And finally, as an important historical fact, in 1925, Clemente Orozco, a great Mexican muralist, paints the ‘Omnisciencia’ mural, which is right over there. In a new episode of ‘Fatties around the World’, finally, we get to eat something more local, Look at this! Oh, it’s really hot! Explain to the foreign people, what are “Chilaquiles”, ‘Chilaquiles” are fried corn tortilla crumbs… after it’s fried, they add sauce to it, either green, or red, or both, campechano style, and then on top, you add the topping, or how’d we’d call it nowadays, the protein of choice. You are such a hipster! You can choose between eggs, chicken, beef, or if you are vegan maybe some tofu. You can also add some onion, yet cream and cheese are mandatory. ‘Chilaquiles’ are very popular among people who are hung over, yes, this is a very typical breakfast. Travelers, it was a very nice breakfast! Now that we have energy, we’ll go touring the historic downtown of this gorgeous, beautiful city! Look who’s here! I’m here! I’m here! la la la la… Mexico is the shit! la la la…. Hey, I’m very happy to be here “Alan por el mundo” friends Viva Mexico! Let’s begin the downtown tour, Because probably the only images you are seeing at this moment internationally, are collapsed buildings, and chaos, but the truth is you can still come to visit Mexico city, so please help us! There are so many activities to do here, and so many nice things, like the breakfast we just had, Ready… Thank you! Guys, it’s important for us to say that in no way is our intention to minimize the tragedy, in fact, we all experienced it first hand, and all my friends have been helping a lot. We just don’t want the tragedy to escalate, and there are so many people who live from the tourism, that it would be a shame that people would stop coming due to fear of visiting this very beautiful city. That’s all I wanted to say. We are walking down “Madero” street, which Manu was already telling you about, but his voice wasn’t recorded, Madero street connects the Fine Arts Palace, with the Zocalo, and it is a pedestrian street full of interesting shops, places, and churches, from which we’ll show you a couple. The truth is that Historic downtown is for you to explore on your own, and start finding things. There are many free places, and on Sundays all museums are free for Mexicans. Honestly, the prices are very affordable, even when it isn’t Sunday. “Iturbide Palace” Travelers, this beautiful building just behind us, is the “Iturbide Palace”, on Madero street. This was the first Presidential Palace of our country. It was bought by the Bank of Mexico, today City-Banamex, In 1964, and it has been restored through cultural development. Nowadays, it’s Citibanamex’s Cultural Development Office, in addition to an exhibit hall. They always have very interesting exhibits here, these are itinerants, they’re constantly changing, and they’re always, always, free of charge. Additionally, Fomento Cultural Citibanamex has, if I’m not mistaken, ‘Casa Montejo’, in Merida, which is beautiful, and it’s also free of charge for you to visit. They have really done a good job, everything is impecable, it’s a must visit, it’s beautiful, and free. The actual exhibit is on Mexican paintings, from 1700 to 1790, it’s baroque, sacred art, for this kind of art lovers, come and see it. Churrigueresque. Exactly, let’s continue! Guys, we keep on strolling, to my right is the ‘Hotel Downtown’, and Regina, and Regina, we can’t show the hotel to you because we were not allowed to film. This beautiful building right here is the ‘Casino Español’ (Spanish Casino). Let’s see if they’ll let us film there, because it’s truly beautiful. Don’t be mislead by the name ‘Casino’, you can also eat here, they say the food is fabulous. Yes, I’ve never eaten here, but I have a friend that comes regularly because he loves it. Let’s see if they’ll let us. Guys, let everyone know, is it beautiful? It is very beautiful, but people need to see it with their own eyes, therefore, do come to Mexico, because we can’t film there either. All the more reason to come, we’ve tried filming inside many of these buildings, but we’re not allowed, so come! That’s a good attitude! In José María Pino Suárez, and Bolívar, that’s the specific location of this mural, which represents the exact moment when Hernán Cortés met Montezuma. I’ll give you more info about this place in a moment, but this is the first hospital, which was ordered to be built by Hernán Cortés, upon his arrival to Mexico. Entrance: Free Guys, the hospital is amazing, plus Hernán Cortés’ grave is here, so we’re going to find exactly where it is, because very few people know where it is. I have an interesting fact, it was not only the first hospital in Mexico, it was the first hospital of the continent, of the entire American Continent. Now you know, Bully, the historian. Guys we’ve found the grave, it’s right there! That right there, is Hernán Cortés’ grave. Where are we? where are we? We are at the Zocalo, it’s the ‘Plaza de la Constitución’, commonly known as the ‘Zocalo’, yet it’s formally called ‘Plaza de la Constitución’ in honor of the 1812’s Cádiz Constitution. Over here we can see the Cathedral, and over there is the National Palace. For the people who’ve seen the ‘cry of independence’, celebrated on September 15th, the cry happens in that balcony, and here’s where all the people paid by the government to form a crowd stand. No, I’m just kidding, I mean the people who come and celebrate it. In any case, this has always been a place where people protest, or meet to voice their needs. You were saying this is the biggest esplanade, right? Yes, it’s the second largest in the world, and the first in Spanish speaking countries. Why is it called Zocalo? Zocalo, well, just because… because it comes from the Nahuatl ‘Zocatl’ which means plate… No, I’m kidding! That flag over there, might seem to be the biggest in the city, yet it isn’t. The biggest flag in the city is in ‘Campo Marte’. Is it really? The Zocalo is a must visit if you come to Mexico City, plus all the Zocalo slab is brand new. I think it’s about a month old, it was closed for about a year for renovation, and, it honestly looks great. The Cathedral, which is fret visit is very big and beautiful, in addition, there are many restaurants and bars in its surroundings, so if you want a privileged view of this beautiful Zocalo, you can do it having a drink, or an appetizer, we’re going to have lunch elsewhere today, but honestly, the view you get from the ‘Gran Hotel Mexico City’ is just unbelievable! The ‘Gran Hotel Mexico City’ has a gorgeous stained glass window, actually, we should go see it. I wanted to tell you, we were at the ‘Gran Hotel Mexico City’, which is very famous for its stained glass roof, and if you remember the last James Bond movie, the sequence begins at the National Museum of Art, and then suddenly he turns, and goes into a building, they make a fake cut, and they turn up here, at the ‘Gran Hotel Mexico City’. Actually, they didn’t let us take pictures, no they didn’t let us photograph things inside, yet, the hotel dates back to the late 1800’s, around 1890’s. It was first used as a great warehouse, and it was later adapted to become a hotel, luxurious, yes, here it’s considered to be a high class, luxury hotel here. It’s still awesome, guys, do come and see it! The interesting thing here is, that if you are backpack travelers, you can stay at any of the hostels around this area, there aren’t just pricey hotels here, like the Regina Hostel. The Regina Hostel is a great choice, your homonym. What? I’ll be your hostess (kidding), the ‘Downtown’ is also somewhat like a nicer hostel, there are many options, do come to Mexico City. Are you hungry? Yes! Let’s eat! Travelers, we brought you to one of my very favorite restaurants, ‘El Cardenal’, yes sir! Look at this! This is called ‘molcajete’. Just delicious! What? Nothing, I’m just drooling! This smells delicious! Dig into the escamoles. I really hope someday the cameras are able to transmit the scent of food, because it smells super delicious! They are edible larvae of ants. (joke lost in translation) Guys, Anuar is here, let’s say hello to Anuar, Same, Maribel, say hello, Hello! Please tell us who is Anuar. Anuar is a great Mexican designer artist, and he’s the creator of ‘Mexico is the Shit’. Please don’t fall for fake copies, the real ones have this beautiful legend inside, which I won’t be showing because it can be copied. And a whole packaging system, that’s important, and the quality. Tell us about the T-shirt, the new T-shirt. Well, due to the catastrophic events of September 19th 2017, earthquake, we decided to make something affordable to the public, to be able to help, so, it’s a T-shirt, with a legend at the front, which specifically donates to the entities we are proposing, which are Oaxaca, Puebla, and Mexico City. In the purchase of your T-shirt, depending on the one you choose, we will donate its full profit, to ensure people that the money is used to help, and for them to become part of the ‘Mexico Is the Shit’ system, as well as our manifesto, and the story we tell. Regina, what’s that? It’s ‘Café de Olla’, a very Mexican coffee, and it’s delicious! For the people who don’t know it, it’s a little sweeter. It has brown sugar. Yes, it has brown sugar, and it’s sweeter and it’s delicious! Don’t get it wrong… ‘peloncillo’ (bald), ‘piloncillo’ (brown sugar). Guys, the food was great! Tell me how do you call in your countries the tiredness that comes after eating? We call it the ‘pig’s disease’, which means you just want to fall asleep, like a pig, with the rest of your pig friends. Means that you get sleepy, tell me how you call that in your countries. Guys, here’s the Cathedral, which suffered some damage during the earthquake, yet it’s now open for visitors. It’s impossible to show you all the places you can visit in the Historic Downtown, in only one video, but before we finish, I want to take you to my favorite place, the one I like the most… yes, my favorite, I’ve said it, to finish this off. We’re here, Travelers, this is my favorite place in Historic Downtown, and it’s the ‘Templo Mayor’ (Main Temple), For the people who are not so familiar with this city’s history, Mexico City was founded on the ancient Great Tenochtitlán, The Spaniards arrived, conquered us, and started building Mexico City. Therefore, we can say that Historic Downtown is above the old city. According to me, in the 1970’s they were restoring an old building around here, and almost beneath the ashes, the religious heart of the old Tenochtitlán arose. The Main Temple may be visited, you can see it from out here free of charge, or you can pay an entrance fee of $70 pesos, to see the Main Temple’s museum where they have where they have all the objects, and the ‘Coatlicue’ The Coatlicue, it’s amazing, she’s a Mexica goddess, and it’s carved in stone, is amazing, and it’s worth seeing. I would totally go in! We’re not going in now because we’re not allowed to film inside, that’s why we can’t show it to you. Make sure you don’t lose sight of it, because you men not find it, it’s on your right if you’re standing facing the front part of the Zocalo. Actually it’s above it, because there are still remains of the Temple under the Cathedral. It was very symbolic, it was exactly the imposition of a new religion, on top of the existent Pre-Hispanic we once had here before the Spaniards arrived. Guys, it’s time for good bye, There are a lot of places to visit in Historic Downtown, and in Mexico city. This is just an invitation for you to come and visit this gorgeous city, and see that the city is ready to welcome you. This video is in memory of all the people who lost their life during the earthquake, and to honor all the people who have been helping. In the social media of each one of us, you’ll find different ways to help out, because help is not only needed when the earthquake happened, or during the rescues, we still have a long road of rebuilding ahead of us, So here’s the info for Anuar, Bully, Héctor, Manu, Regina, and of course, my own. Thank you Travelers for watching this video! Viva Mexico! Let’s keep helping! Travel! Come to Mexico. Exactly, and don’t forget to visit all the different states that were also affected by the earthquake. Travel! Oaxaca is ready to welcome you, and it’s an incredibly beautiful state. Tourism is another way to help! Chiapas was also affected, so I recommend you see Alan’s videos, he spent there some time, around two or three weeks. Watch it so you can see what a pretty and beautiful state that is, and go visit it! Cheers to national tourism! Beautiful, beautiful! Ciao, ciao, Travelers! Viva Mexico!

100 thoughts on “La Ciudad de México, después del sismo”

  1. Krizia Tj says:

    Antes del desayuno se comieron una letra “L”, Casa de los Azuejos***

  2. Bertha Contreras says:

    Alan te sugiero que invites. a RONALD MOSCOSOO AMIGOO DE ROVVV;ANA

  3. DaniElRey says:

    🇲🇽❤️🇲🇽❤️🇲🇽❤️🇲🇽❤️ mejor país de Mexico, viva Mexico

  4. arponmellado says:

    Que ganas de conocer Mexico. Me alegra ver que los Mexicanos se reponen rapido de los terremotos.

  5. arponmellado says:

    La historia de los restos mortales de Hernan Cortes , es muy interesante. Por suerte ya descansa en Paz después de múltiples avatares.

  6. jornar10 says:

    Que video tan hermosooo Alan!!! Muchas gracias por ayudar al turismo nacional y mostrar la belleza de Ciudad de México!

  7. Joresen says:

    Escucho el sonido de la alerta sísmica en mi mente a cada momento. El saber que hay esperanza me hace sentir mejor.

  8. Stev Art says:

    No por nada estoy planeando mi tercer viaje a mi amado México, gracias por tus vídeos Alan… Regina soy tu fan. Saludos chicos desde Costa Rica

  9. Pablo Fernandes says:

    i went to mxcd ❤😍

  10. Maria Jose santelices says:

    Hermoso hermoso !!! Tengo que ir a México en algún momento de mi vida, por ahora no puedo porque la pobreza me invade, saludos desde Chile Alan ✌🏼💞

  11. Viviana Maya Sernas says:

    De forma más técnica, esa sensación de cansancio y sueño después de comer se llama "marea alcalina" es la reacción del cuerpo por metabolismo de la comida.
    ¡Viva México! ♥️😘😍👏🏼

  12. Canal Buenos Dias Princesa says:

    Toda mi solidaridad con el pueblo de Mexico, es un lugar increible no solo por sus monumentos, playas y fauna sino y muy especialmente por sus gentes, son amables y solidarios, un pueblo con dignidad. Recibid un fierte abrazo desde Barcelona.

  13. kevin JONES says:

    Excelentísimo y hecho por una causa sumamente noble y importante. Qué buena onda son uds todos que participaron en este video! ¿Adonde se puede comprar esa chamarra padrísima que Regina tenía puesto? No quiero una pirata. Quiero apoyar y dejar que el mundo sepa la verdad de México!

  14. dani says:

    ¡Es hermoso México! lo visité en Noviembre y quedé enamorada! Vi las chamarras pero no conocía su contexto. ¡Las amo!

    Por cierto, cuando quedas muy lleno y con sueño después de la comida, en Costa Rica le llamamos "marea alcalina"

    Un saludo a México 🙂

  15. Jime SF says:

    Like si lo viste en 2018

  16. Fatima Mendiola says:

    Yo los amo! Gracias por hacer estos videos, me ayudan muchísimo.

  17. Yolimar Flores says:

    Gracias Alan me hiciste recordar tantas cosas cuando la visite fui dos veces era un sueño lo cumplí y espero regresar algún día… Te amo mi bella México

  18. Brenda Jimenez Camargo says:

    Donde compro la chamarra!🙏🏻

  19. Diaren Arvizu says:

    Mi bella Ciudad de México. Siempre de pie, siempre hermosa <3

  20. Mariela Laura Díaz says:

    Siempre me inspiran tus videos, la verdad es que estoy planeando ir este año (si puedo) un par de dia al df y despues algo de playa, saludos desde Bs. As!

  21. nao sofi01 says:

    me encanta el team pero me gustaría mas regilan, ósea Alan + Regina = Regilan

  22. Yaaiir Báez says:

    Te faltó Chapultepec 😪

  23. Andreina says:

    en Venezuela le dicen tambien la hora del burro

  24. Dafne Ayala says:

    me encantaría que hicieras la parte 2 de lugares en la CDMX

  25. armasantonio Ph says:

    Ya comí, ya me llene, me voy a dormir.

  26. Juan Sebastian Ramirez says:

    Despues de mi pais Mexico se ha convertido en mi pais favorito, su gente, sus playas, en las vacaciones solo pienso en volver. Que bonito pais. Saludos desde Colombia

  27. Alondra Meneses says:

    Que buena idea la de motivar a las personas en especial a los turistas a visitar México 😀

  28. Jessica González says:

    Coorección , los españoles no conquistaron nada, ellos invadieron y destruyeron una gran civilización .

  29. Lederli Solis says:

    Alan manda un saludo a Connecticut please me encantan tus videos

  30. Begoña Garcia Romo says:

    Te amo Mexico querido

  31. Ignacio Ortega says:

    Hermosa mi Ciudad de México y Bienvenidos todos los visitantes del Mundo.

  32. Kevin Jhoan Montenegro says:

    Ola. Soi. De. Colombia. Y. Losiento. Mucho. Mexico. Soi. Un. Niño. Y cuando. Sea. Grande. Boiair. A. Pesar. Deque. Ocura. Un. Terremoto. Fuersa. Mi. Mexico. Tu. Puedes. Salir. Adelante

  33. Daniel Martinez says:

    ALAN a si has videos de cada Estado. y mayor uno de Zacatecas

  34. Daniel Martinez says:

    ALAN porque no eres un nino normal. saludame a Regina. me gusta

  35. Sandra Mendoza says:

    México 😍 me encanta todo!!! Mi objetivo es conocerlo todo antes de ir a otro país.

  36. Veronica Rosario Perez Hernández says:

    Se puede visitar sin hacer reservación en la tumba de Hérnan Cortés? Quiero ir a visitar!!! Te agredeceria tu consideración!!!

  37. M &m. says:

    Que buena onda mi querido Alan … con este video….después del terremoto promover cd.mex:) Te comento como referencia que el Hotel de México sus vitrales son de Tiffany. El Zócalo en realidad es la «Plaza de la Constitución»; en 1843 se mando a contruir un monumento en conmemoración de la independencia, no se llegó a concluir…solo quedó el Zócalo: parte inferior de un pedestal. Ha! Y mi abuelo decía que después de comer se «iba a echar un coyotito» el de Oaxaca.Saludos a todos!!! 🙂

  38. La Sara says:

    A raìz de ese video, volvì a D.F despuès de 32 años! Abrazos para todos los mexicanos!

  39. La Sara says:

    Dicen que el Zócalo de México y su Catedral fueron diseñadas para Lima, mientras que la Plaza de Armas de Lima y sus respectivos edificios fueron diseñados para el DF, pero que desde España se confundieron los planos y terminaron enviándolos a los sitios equivocados. No sé qué tan cierto será.

  40. BenjaF24 says:

    Mal del puerco=golpe de olla en el norte de Argentina jaja

  41. Ozitofer 91 says:

    Aquí en Paraguay se dice a eso como que luego de comer da un Kaigue Jefe

  42. THE CAT ツ says:

    Bibi 😍😍😍😍😘

  43. Gustavo Q says:

    Alguien puede decirme con que camara esta filmado este video?? GRACIAS

  44. anavilleda says:

    A mi me habian invitado a un tour a Mexico, visitando el DF, Guadalajara y otras dos ciudades mas, me encantaba la idea, pero despues del terremoto me decidi a no ir.
    Que lastima! ya me veia realizando mi sueño de toda la vida, pero algun dia lo podre cumplir, nada me hara mas feliz que pisar tierras mexicana y comer unos tacos.

  45. Pablo Amat Gómez says:

    Viva España!!!

  46. Cesar Hugo Cruz Rodriguez says:

    Me da mucho gusto que Mexico 🇲🇽 ya está de pie Alan me gustaría que hagas uno más reciente por fa quiero ir a vacacionar con mis amigos nosotros vivimos en la frontera

  47. Yani Callu says:

    Alan, Regina, y muchachos…, Muchas Gracias por hacer este recorrido!!

  48. Daniel Gonzales says:

    Algún Mexicano que me explique por que MEXICO IS THE SHIT (México es la Mierda), ¿es un auto-insulto?

  49. Mags mags says:

    Mi esposo el cual es canadiense le encantó la ciudad de México y la comida más hay muchos restaurantes buenísimos para todo tipo de budgets 👍👍👍

  50. Noel Adame says:

    Te felicito por tu extraordinario trabajo eres un orgullo de nuestro pais !!!

  51. Noel Adame says:

    Snifff !!!! Estuvo muy feo el terremoto:( Pero nos hemos recuperado !!!! Esperamos a todos los que nos quieran visitar

  52. Daniela Alvagro says:

    Jajajajaja me cae súper bien Regina, no deja de ser tan rara

  53. viviana ilse cruz says:

    Yo fui al ciudad de México 5 días después del sismo, la gente súper amable, buena onda en la terminal de autobuses todo bien

  54. SeriouslyLeslie says:

    Where can I buy one of these jackets?

  55. dalkilicalex85 says:

    Mi México, mi ciudad.. Ya a un año de el sismo y mirar nuevamente este vídeo me emociona..

  56. Jazmin Sanabria says:

    Que hermoso es México 🇲🇽 💚😍

  57. José María Julià says:

    se llama plaza del zocalo porque despues de la independencia de mexico quitaron la estatua del rey de españa pero dejaron el zocalo….un saludo desde españa

  58. Mariveg63 says:

    Alan ve al rest La Gruta atrás de las pirámides de Teotihuaca, es magico

  59. Samanta Saavedra says:

    ¡Viva México!❤️

  60. Miguelcdim says:

    Where's the "love botton" when you need it!

  61. Rodrigo Macias says:

    Excelente video!!

  62. Adela Valenzuela says:

    Tan pechocho Alan por hacer este video. Ahí la llevo mi Alan, aún faltan "reti harto" videos por ver 👍 no sabía éso del "mal del puerco" jajaja

  63. Susana Barba says:

    me gusto

  64. Antonio Solis says:

    Más conocida como la Pepa constitucion 1812

  65. Upline Marketing says:

    amo la cdmx

  66. armando ruiz says:

    Estoy en CDMX en este momento, llegué hoy.
    El Museo de Templo Mayor, espectacular.
    El zócalo igual. Una plaza muy linda.
    Una arquitectura muy parecida a mi ciudad, Lima.
    Iturbide lo haré mañana.
    Me costó mucho encontrar La Casa de los Azulejos, se me agotó la señal de wifi, no saben a cuánta gente pregunté!!! Me señalaban distintas direcciones. Conocí a la prepo casi todas las calles del centro Jajajaja.
    Un placer esta ciudad, pero dejaré un poco el centro.

  67. armando ruiz says:

    La atención pésima en La Casa de los Azulejos. Ninguna azafata sonríe.
    Creo que la atención es de acuerdo a cómo te ven. Si dejarás o no propina.
    El lugar lindísimo.

  68. Viviana Monserrat Araoz says:

    Hola!! hicimos todo tu recorrido en un día y fue descubrir y encontrar lugares fantásticos. Solo recomendaría que corrijan para futuros viajeros que visiten CDMX, la dirección del HOSPITAL DEL JESUS, que es un placer y una joya descubrirlo pero la dirección que dan es inexistente. Nos perdimos recorriendo toda la calle Bolivar que nombra uno de los chicos, hasta que por la gentil ayuda de la gente nos dieron la dirección correcta: Av. 20 de Noviembre 82, Centro Histórico, entre calles República del Salvador y Mesones, a sólo tres cuadras del Zócalo. La Ciudad de Mexico es sencillamente fantástica, y pocos o muchos días, nunca es suficiente para recorrer y conocer todas sus maravillas. Gracias Alan por estos sitios tan desconocidos para muchos y tan lindo de visitar.


    Como se llama la canción del inicio del video

  70. Maru Rosas says:

    Fui a el palacio de Iturbide en Diciembre y vi las exposiciones de los diferentes nacimientos con diferentes materiales estavan hermosos

  71. Avistadepajarofilms says:

    Llegó Regina y revolucionó el video. Excelente video y buenos compañeros. Viva Mexico

  72. TANIA GARCIA says:


  73. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Bienvenidos a México vengan México para el mundo

  74. TANIA GARCIA says:


  75. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Amo los chilaquiles 😋😋😋😋😋😋😋

  76. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Vengan el mundo…. los amamos México !

  77. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Jajaja somos México

  78. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Alan mega feliz qu3 seas mexicano !!

  79. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Orgullosa de mi paisano Alan🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽

  80. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Me gusto el pans de tu amiga Alan😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  81. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Wooow ni sabia la tumba hernan cortes 😓

  82. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Wooow qué tomas Alan luce hermosa el Zócalo😍😍🤗🤗🤗

  83. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Si estas viendo esto ven es tuyo .bienvenido!!🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽

  84. TANIA GARCIA says:


  85. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Gracias!!!por ayudar a México Alan🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽

  86. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Quiero esa chamarra donde la buscooo😍😍🤗🤗🤗🤗

  87. TANIA GARCIA says:

    Ustedes si estudian

  88. TANIA GARCIA says:

    MÉXICO NO ES UN SENTIMIENTO DE CORAZÓN, SINO DEL ALMA …LOS MEXICANOS SOMOS ASÍ ,CERO POSES, SINO AUTÉNTICOS SENCILLOS Y SOLIDARIOS GRACIAS AL MUNDO!! LOS AMAMOS !!🤗🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽

  89. Cecilia Reyna says:

    Ay Alan, como me gustan los videos que publicas, los haces muy amenos; yo trato de ver todos los que publicas, conozco muchos lugares y al verlos me transporto a esos hermosos momentos Gracias!!!

  90. Cecilia Reyna says:

    En Av 16 de septiembre número#72 hay una panaderia muy famosa no dejes de ir a comprar un pan es delicioso!!! y esta panaderia es muy antigua, tiene mas de 100 años

  91. Lina Marin says:

    hace tres años fui a senti feliz,volveria de nuevo.
    gracias mexico..FUERZA PA' LANTE ES PA'YA.

  92. lalo B.V. says:

    no mms 4:39 es de culturismo no moderno

  93. Alejandra Cervantes says:

    Saludos amigos y sigue viajando mucho para saber un poquito de todo .y me encantan muchos tus vídeos he aprendido mucho de ti.saludos desde Mexicali BC.

  94. Eduardo Esquer says:

    Muchas veces he caminado por la calle Madero y no sabia que ahi esta la tumba de Hernan Cortez, proxima vez que vaya ademas de desayunar unas ricas enchiladas Suizas en el Sanborns de los Azulejos, shopping en Old Navy, visitare el palacio de Iturbide y el primer hospital del continente con la tumba de Don Hernan

  95. George says:

    Hola Alan
    sus videos son extremadamente informativos … gracias por compartirlos .. Me gustaría visitar este año y me gustaría visitar su ciudad … Me interesa la historia sobre la invasión ilegal de su país por parte de los estadounidenses … ¿Podría para recomendar un lugar o para que me pueda quedar por una semana … cualquier información sería muy apreciada … gracias

  96. maysena36 says:

    Mi mexico lindo y querido, 15 años sin volver, espero volver pronto, besos y saludos!

  97. Misha Fowks says:

    En Venezuela se le dice la hora del burro

  98. maria conchita says:

    Gracias por el hermoso turs yo soy de la CDMX .
    Saludos 😘💋💋

  99. Gemma Go says:


  100. Gemma Go says:

    Chilaquiles rojos y enchiladas suizas. Pero la srits mesera no conto desde q construyeron la casa de los Azulejos tiene una historia q es la casa de Talavera. Y también fue casa de Elena Poniatowska . Muy padre Video!!

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