MEXICO vs. SPAIN | Our weekly cost of budget travel

MEXICO vs. SPAIN | Our weekly cost of budget travel

Hello, Amigos. Welcome back to our channel. If you’re new here, my name is Maddie, this is Jordan. We are an American couple, who in January of 2018 decided to sell everything that we owned to start traveling through Mexico. We’ve been traveling across the country now for almost 2 years and recently we decided to expand our travels to other places in the world. That is what led us to… Barcelona. After putting out our video about Things That Shocked Us About Barcelona, we got lots of questions about how much things cost there. What did one week in Barcelona cost? So we’re gonna start off this video by talking about how much a week in Barcelona cost and then, continue by comparing that to a couple of popular destinations in Mexico. Also, we got a flood of comments asking how on God’s earth did we get a $180 round-trip tickets to Barcelona considering Shh…it’s a secret. (giggles) Most of the time, those type of tickets cost like $500, or $1,000, or even more than that sometimes. So, by the end of this video, we are going to share our little trick that we found, to get those tickets. So, make sure to stick around. And since we’re working with several different currencies in this video, for the sake of simplicity, we’re just going to put everything in US dollars. Pretty much all the money we spent in Barcelona was on 4 things: Cell service, (Phone Service) restaurants, (Food and drink) Transportation and lodging. So, after our insane days of traveling to get to Barcelona, we got to the airport where there was no cost for the visas for us coming as US citizens to Spain and our first priority was getting cellular service since our Mexico plans don’t work over there. For 2 SIM cards and an exorbitant amount of data, for a one month package, that was the smallest package they offered – that was $55. So before we got there, we asked our Airbnb host what’s the best way to get there from the airport, and they said the AeroBus. So, it’s a bus that goes from the airport pretty much all over the city, I think. Each way $13 for the two of us ($26 USD). Beyond that, we took the metro once? So 2 tickets for $5? Total. Other than that, we walked everywhere. We chose Specifically a rental that was in a central location so that we could walk, but we were trying to sort of pinch pennies any place we could… boy oh boy! Did I have blisters on my feet from walking so much? (Laughs) They were huge! Oh my gosh. They were the worst blisters I’ve ever had, but we did save money, so, there’s that. [Laughter] This next one is the biggest category, what we spent the most money on while we were in Barcelona, and that is food, and drinks, and coffee, and water, and snacks! While we were there, we were dealing with the worst jet lag of all time, It was horrible. So that was a huge contributing factor to us eating only 2 meals a day. The other part was, of course, food is freaking expensive and we just like couldn’t afford to eat 3 square meals a day. I guess you could say. [Laughter] So, to start off with, we would have breakfast and those meals which included a coffee for me and a juice or a smoothie for you in addition to our breakfast plate averaged $26 (USD) per day. And then, our other meal of the day was dinner and that was the most expensive thing. It averaged to $35 a day. You were often getting a tea with your dinner, I was often getting table wine – which is one of the cheapest things that you can find in the entire city. And if we ever felt like we needed a little something extra, we had a snack that we would buy from a local store or something like that And that averaged to about $4 a day, also Included the water that we bought. Like potable drinking water. (Laska talking) I know! Is that what you think? This is Laska saying hello. [Laska talking] [Humans and Laska talking to each other] [Laughter] And these cost, by the way, are us sort of like bargain shopping around a little bit – like going from restaurant to restaurant, getting an idea of what the prices are and choosing some of the lower end ones. Like we realize that the Gothic quarter is a very expensive area, so we weren’t just going to the first place we found. Yeah, we went to quite a few restaurants, looked at the menu and it was like, Nope! Can’t afford that! We are out of here! (Laughter) So, in total, over the course of 7 days, we spent $455 (USD) on food and drinks, averaging $65 (USD) a day. So, our next biggest expense was lodging (Airbnb) and we stayed for 6 nights, for a total of $428 (USD), which works out to just over $71 a night. So, what do you get for $71 (USD) a night? Well, we had looked at hotels at first and those were really expensive. So, we went over to our favorite good old Airbnb and what this Airbnb ended up being was one room, in a shared apartment with a total of 4 rooms. Everyone sharing one bathroom. It wreaked of human urine and gasoline or who even knows what else! The most shining feature about it was that it’s in a great walkable location and for the second half of our… I’m not even going to get into the fact that we were given the wrong room at first, but for the second half of our week, we got the cool balcony where we could people watch. Which we were supposed to have. We were supposed to have the entire time. But yeah, so $71 a night gets you a very low-end Airbnb. Please don’t ask for the link. It’s not in the description. We’re not going to share it with you in a comment. This listing was terrible. We do not recommend it at all. Airbnb, we do recommend, this just happens to be probably one of the worst that we’ve ever stayed at. Yeah. And based on the hotels we were looking at, to get a decent hotel in the location we wanted in Barcelona, you’re looking at $200 to $250 a night. You can get cheaper, but you have to get away from the desirable areas – tourist attractions and whatnot. As we’re traveling, we are very thankful these days that we have a VPN when we’re on Airbnb Wi-Fi and public Wi-Fi, because it is so easy for someone to swipe your data, swipe your passwords, and get your bank account information. Your data is not safe. Otherwise, there’s one that we particularly recommend and that’s going to be (clickable link below). And we like to watch things like US Netflix while living in Mexico, so a VPN protects us and allows us to do that. Whether you’re a traveler or you just want to keep your information safe, we definitely recommend getting a VPN. Our favorite one again is going to be Since we’re affiliates of this company, if you follow that link and sign up, we will get a portion of the sales. So, thank you, because that helps us to continue producing videos just like this. So, our total expenses (1 Week Total Expenses) in Barcelona were $969 (USD) – that does not include the cost of getting there, but that’s everything else – every last dime that we spent. Ouch! And you might notice that we didn’t pay anything for tours or attractions, that’s because we knew this was going to be an extremely expensive trip and we wanted to sort of cut costs wherever we could. So, for instance, when we went to Güell Park, The park with Gaudí’s architecture and it’s a huge tourist attraction in the city. We could have paid 10 euros each to go inside the centre to see all of the buildings and everything there, but we ultimately decided we want to spend our money elsewhere and it’s already getting to be a pretty expensive trip, so we forwent those things. Yeah, and then there was the option of that double-decker city tour bus and that was almost 30 euros a person, I think. Some of that stuff gets pretty pricey. It’s pretty comparable prices too on Airbnb. You can have experiences. You can take Airbnb experiences and those were generally upwards of $50, more like $80 to $100 to $200 a person. So, how is a one-week trip to Barcelona going to compare to expenses of going to somewhere in Mexico for a week? Well, it’s an entire country, so we can’t really compare a city to an entire country. So, we selected two cities for specific reasons. One, Playa del Carmen because it’s a very popular tourist destination and it’s one of the most expensive cities in the country as is Barcelona in Spain and secondly; Guadalajara, because it’s a colonial city like Barcelona is, so there’re a lot of similarities – but it’s about the average priced city in Mexico. If you’re enjoying this video so far, please be sure to subscribe to our channel, so you can see more travel videos that we create and be sure to stick around because pretty soon we’ll be telling you how we got flights to Barcelona for so cheap! This is how to get cheap flights anywhere! First up, cell service. So if you’re coming to Mexico, this is going to be the same no matter where you’re going. So, we have Telcel and if you want to get Telcel for 2 people, that’s going to be $18 and that includes two SIM cards Next up is transportation. To get from the Cancun Airport to Playa del Carmen, you’re looking at $22 for 2 people one way – $44 total. And since everything in the heart of Playa del Carmen is highly walkable, you don’t have any other transportation costs because you’ll be walking everywhere. In Guadalajara. You can actually use Uber. Yay Uber. Our favorite, and for your ride to and from the airport and your rides around town during the week We estimate that’s going to cost about $55. Guadalajara is a huge city, so for the purposes for our example, we have you staying in Colonia Americana which is a very popular neighborhood to stay – very close to Avenida Chapultepec – lots of bars and restaurants. It is walkable to an extent, but you’re probably going to want to check out other things within the… Don’t you interrupt me Laska! [Laughter] Probably going to want to check out other things within the city which you will need Uber or some other form of transportation. Uber’s are incredibly cheap in Guadalajara (30-50 Pesos/ride – $1.57 – $2.62 USD) Seriously, such a great feature. So, we would estimate that you probably take about two rides per day. Laska! Laska. Sit. Sit. Good girl! Come here, people gotta see you. Ahh! This was a bad idea! Ow, ow, ow! This category is restaurants, food, coffee, and drinks. In Playa del Carmen we’re gonna be spending about $15 for breakfast and coffee, $30 for dinner and drinks, and $2 a day for snacks. That equals $329 for the week. In Guadalajara – you’re looking at $10 a day for 2 people to eat breakfast. Usually, this is actually a breakfast paquete, or package, which includes: coffee, juice, fruit, bread… way too many things to eat. I love that about Guadalajara! Me too. For dinner, you’re looking at $13 for 2 people and that includes a drink and we included about $2 a day for your snacks and water. For a total of $25 a day in Guadalajara and that equals $175 in total. How about lodging? For both of these cities we again used Airbnb to make it comparable. In Playa del Carmen, you’re looking at $155 for 6 nights in a desirable part of the town. (Maddie Fumbling over her words) In a desirable part of town. Like we stayed at in Barcelona, this is a lower-end Airbnb, but I still think it’s going to be nicer than the one we stayed in (Barcelona). Pretty much anything could be… Guadalajara has the cheapest lodging of any of these places and for 6 nights in a desirable location, you’re looking at about $104 for the 6 nights. Now, for the totals… $969 in Barcelona, you’d be paying $546 for the week in Playa del Carmen, or $352 for the week in Guadalajara. So, not counting your airfare. Let’s say you have $1,000 to spend on your vacation… What’s that going to mean for you going to these various cities? Well, in Barcelona, if you, like us, want to stay in the Gothic quarter close to many attractions and where it’s bustling – Lots of things happening, you really don’t have that much wiggle room there. You’re going to have to look at some of the lower-cost restaurants, you’ll have to stay in a (Airbnb) rental as opposed to a fancy Hotel or even a nice Airbnb. There’s not a whole lot of extras that you can squeeze in with that budget, compared to the $969 in Barcelona. You’re looking at about $550 in Playa del Carmen. So, if you have a $1,000 budget, going to a place like Playa del Carmen instead, that’s going to give you $450 in spending cash to… take tours, maybe splurge on a meal, go snorkelling, go on excursions, check out Cenotes, take the ferry over to Cozumel, buy a bunch of souvenirs… Literally, almost literally you can go crazy. [Laughter] The point is, it opens up a lot more options for you. And how about Guadalajara? The cheapest of all of these cities? It’s about a third of the cost of going to Barcelona. Yeah, so you’re looking at $350 to get the basics and then you have $650 and extra spending cash. I don’t even know how I could possibly spend that much in Guadalajara in a week. Yeah, you would probably get a really nice hotel. Wherever you wanted in the city. You could take Ubers all day long, you could buy as much food and drinks as you wanted until you were bursting at the seams. You could go on a whole bunch of tours and tours in Guadalajara, they’re not that expensive. You can probably even branch out from the city. You could go to the town of Tequila nearby. You could take the Herradura Express – still one of our favorite experiences in Mexico Yeah, and we’re going to link that video for you. It was amazing! You should do it – if you go there, but looking at these 3 places and just thinking about our experience in Barcelona and how much we paid, I personally, I have a list of at least a dozen places that I would recommend in Mexico over going to Barcelona. Even beyond the cost, but that’s just my opinion. Yeah, there’re so many places in Mexico where you have tons of colonial architecture and lots of history, so if that’s the appeal of Europe for you, you can find a lot of that in Mexico! So many cities, from Guadalajara, Mexico City, Guanajuato, Puebla, Morelia Like there’re tons of them. Thank you for sticking around to the end of this video. As promised, we are going to share with you how on earth we got these $180 round-trip flights to Barcelona and that is… Drum roll, please! [Laughter] We don’t have to do all kinds of searching for good flight deals. We just go to Scott’s Cheap Flights and sign up and they send deals to our inbox. Simple as that! That’s how we got this. We were getting lots of emails to Europe, oh, here’s one for $350. Oh, here’s one for $300. Oh, here’s one for $180 round-trip. So we booked it! This video is not sponsored by Scott’s Cheap Flights, and we’re not affiliates. We don’t get anything, but now you can get cheap flights like we got. If you enjoyed this video, please send it to a friend who you think might enjoy it as well. Consider subscribing to our channel if you liked this video and you want to see additional travel videos that we create. Be sure to check out the end screen, we’re going to link our Guadalajara playlist. We lived there for a while and made a ton of videos! We highly recommend that city and if you like the cost of living there, you might want to learn more about it – It’s very charming in many ways. [Bell ringing] Gong that bell, if you want to be the first to be notified the next time we upload a new video. Do you have an ice pack? Oh my goodness.

100 Replies to “MEXICO vs. SPAIN | Our weekly cost of budget travel”

  1. LOL i thought you were going to say you had "blisters on your 'fingers from pinching pennies' (instead of) feet from walking around!🤓

  2. Aha!, now you understood, the hard way, why we were sooooo excited about relocating to PM! 😉
    Barcelona is crazily expensive ! That's why !!
    (But gets cheaper compared with Paris! Believe me…)
    Viva México!
    PD: The cell cost can be found at s much lower rate, but the rest is realistic.
    A+ for your review!

  3. Enjoyed the video but had 2 comments about Scott's Cheap Flights. #1 It is only available in the USA. Would not accept home airport of Cancun or Toronto. #2 It looks like SCF costs money to get the real deals.

  4. Barcelona, unfortunately, has become overpriced and over-touristy. Travelers are better off renting a car and visiting Valencia, Bilbao, San Sebastian, etc. The cost of the car rental will be more than covered in savings across the board (food, accommodation, etc). Even staying in Barcelona, renting a cheap car will enable travelers to stay in the outskirts to save in accommodation (10 min drive from downtown) and also visit vineyards (Villafranca del Penedes), Roman Ruins (Saragoza), or pop to France for a day trip.

  5. I'd go to playa del Carmen, been there twice but on limited time ai I want to go back for a whole week if possible in 2020 or 2021

  6. I'm surprised, when I went to Spain last year I got a Sim card with 9 gb of Internet and unlimited calls for only 15 euros, idk why yours where sooo expensive

  7. It's horses for courses , you can travel in Europe cheaply but Barca is a major tourist city. Please don't let it put you off.
    On contrast we flew from UK to playa mujeres for only a week, flights and hotel was $5k but probably the best place I've ever stayed.

  8. Yes, you CAN live for less in Mexico and travel for less as well. Still, Spain is very nice, but next time go to Valencia instead of Barcelona. Valencia is the BEST walkable city in Spain and very, very nice. In Valencia, they have a wonderful Buffet for $10/ meal and it's a wonderful meal and wine is avail. too.

  9. Hi You Two, I love your videos and am a big fan. Partly because of you two, I made two big trips to Mexico in the last year for a total of 3 months. Went all the way from Zacatecas in the North (and maybe my favorite place in Mexico) to Oaxaca City in the South. FANTASTIC. I love Mexico! Couple of comments on this video though. I've been to Barcelona a few times although not recently and I have been to Guadalajara several times in the last few months. I really don't think your review of these cities does them justice. Guadalajara is probably my least favorite city in Mexico as it, in my humble opinion, lacks much of the character that is such a big part of Mexico. When I am there I almost feel like it is part of the U.S. And the Art museum options in Guadalajara are very limited and, overall, disappointing. Mind you Mexico has many fantastic museums, especially in Mexico City, but just not in Guadalajara. In addition, I am not sure where you guys eat but i know after hours of walking everyday I like to sit down at at least a moderately comfortable restaurant and eat a decent meal. In mexico a probably average about $18 for lunch and $25 for dinner although I have spent as much as $70 (only once at a place that was highly recommended in San Luis Potosi) for dinner. Barcelona is probably the most expensive place in Spain but also one of the most interesting. Fantastic art and Gaudi style buildings everywhere. Great food of all kinds (as opposed to Mexico where Mexican food is fantastic but hit or miss when you go for a more international faire). I guess the point I am trying to make is that due to cost constraints, you missed a lot of what Barcelona offers. I would love to go back to Barcelona but cost constraints are a part of my life too and I understand there are so many wonderful places in Spain where things are cheaper that I would visit some of those before I return to Barcelona. One other thing to think about, Spain is right there in the EU and as someone who spent a month traveling by train to several European countries not that long ago, a great deal of variety, life style, Art, culture, etc. are a few hours ride away. But I do agree, it is hard to beat prices in Mexico and it is a largely undiscovered gem. On the other hand, Europe is incredible as well and many great places in Spain and Europe are available for a lot less than Barcelona.

  10. Hey im from Guadalajara! Tapatio. I find really awesome to see people enjoying our city, i find your videos great cuz i get to know more about my country from a different point of view, i really appreciate your work guys! Keep enjoying your travels! Also saludos a Alaska!

  11. Barcelona is a cesspool (your urine smelling airbnb for example), the Spanish countryside is amazing and a 1/5 of the price.

  12. Where would you say Puerto Morelos falls into that comparison? Trying to figure out how much money to bring (our Airbnb is paid for already).

  13. Hi Maddie and Jordan. I have been following you for months, and as a hispanic myself, I have considered often to go live in Mexico, and other locations in the world. I am very thankful for your insights. I recommend that you get into One Meal A Day (OMAD). It is actually a good, healthy thing for you to do, and will save you a lot of time and money. Considering how much travel you do, having more time for fun is not a bad idea! Here are some details:

  14. I was stationed in Rota, Spain (Cadiz Province, not too far from Gibraltar) from 1962-1964, and loved the country. Unfortunately, their own Donald Trump (Franco) was still in power. But the people were wonderful and SO honest – the most honest people I ever remember. The prices were dirt cheap back then, too. I returned there 25 years later, and the beaches were more like Miami Beach, overcrowded and overpriced, and so was most everything else. But the beauty everywhere else seemed to be still there! Seville was still the gorgeous city I had remembered years before, except the beautuiful Hotel Cristina, now turned into an office building. Jerez de La Frontera's famed Hotel Los Cisnes (the swans), however, is still in business, and I used to stay there often. Jerez should be remembered as the sherry capital of the world. I also visited Mexico for a month twice in the 1980's and also thoroughly enjoyed myself. It is tough to compare the two countries, but if I had the money, I'd LOVE to live on Spain's southern coast in the mountains overlooking the sea! Just breathtaking!

  15. You guys are SOOOOO right about protection. We went to Puerto Rico in May and somebody "scanned" my card. You have to be so damn vigilant these days. :/

  16. My wife and I have traveled quite a bit we went to Barcelona and I got robbed I hated Barcelona it's the cross when you get robbed your have a bad taste in your mouth but Madrid the capital of Spain is a wonderful beautiful place that I highly highly recommend they have some of the finest Parks will ever see anywhere and they haven't magnificent Museum which of the old Palace I suppose people are friendly.

  17. Go to CDMX again and experience all the Alegrifes on Paseo de la Reforma you will love it!🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️👍.

  18. Hey guys, first of all thanks for all your videos, love them. I did go to check out Scott's Cheap Flights. I want to know if you had to pay the $49 membership to get the deal you got to Barcelona????


  20. Costa Rica or the Philippines on your radar?
    Oh, and I would recommend the Andalusia region of Spain (Granada, Cadiz, etc….)

  21. it's all in the name, a house in Malibu will cost you millions while that same house in Mexico will cost you no where close to a million.

  22. Great video guys!! Goid refkexions abd conclusions!! Great tips!! And yes Mexico is the winner!! My favorite country to spend my vacations!! Love my Mx 🇲🇽!

  23. If you're looking for cheap places in Spain, I recommend going to Southern parts of Spain. But also check out Eastern Europe, where it's crazy cheaper. Prague is pretty dope, the same for Budapest.

  24. You both are so AWESOME, so much helpful information and the secret that Jordan didn't want to share, lol….so either you guys took Laska to Barcelona or you're both back in Puerto Morelos? LOL at Jordan, hey dude, I know you're strong and hard-headed but don't gong the bell with your head! 😉

  25. Si somos gordos o flacos nos vale madre. Viva Mexico… Mexicanos we welcome everyone. You cannot compare Mexico for our hospitality

  26. My favorite travel couple! Thank you guys for all the helpful info always! Beautiful couple as well he is handsome and you are beautiful keep it up 🙂

  27. 26 por día el desayuno? 35 la comida? Os timaron pero bien. Un desayuno cuesta en España de media 3-4€ y un menú para comer 8-12€ y se pueden encontrar por 6€ con 2 platos+postre.
    Barcelona y Madrid son una trampa para turistas que no se interesan nada en investigar lo que realmente hay por España y van a los mismos sitios que ven por la tv.

  28. I love Spain to death, been there multiple times on holiday and can’t wait to go back but imho Mexico wins hands down when it comes to customer service.

  29. If I might be able to offer a little insight to Barcelona and Spain in general. We typically do not have breakfast here in Spain. We will have a coffee with milk or café call ledger and a croissant for less than two euros. Then for a second breakfast around 1130 we will have a small sandwich and a beer or wine usually for about €3.50 And then our biggest meal of the day is

  30. Crap I hit the wrong button as I was saying our biggest meal of the day is lunch the menu of the day usually priced at from 11 € to 14 € and then dinner 🍽 this will consist of a beer or wine or a drink of some non alcohol then you’ll get a starter the main course and dessert offer the price for mentioned. if that’s what you want to call it is a light snack because as you know we eat very late and we are not going to eat something heavy. I own a food tour company here in Barcelona I see travelers Make this mistake all the time. Good luck in your travels and if you’re in Barcelona look me up.

    all the best,

    Adrian from Eye on Food Tours

  31. Subbed after 40 seconds into the video. You two are a cute couple and you inspire me to travel more and more. Thank you for sharing this!

  32. I love the way you promote mexican destinations. But as a Mexican living in Europe I can tell you that that was not the cheapest way to visit Barcelona or any other European city, especially for those Mexicans that are planning to visit Europe and might be afraid about the prices. If you are on a budget trip, hostels and public transport are the best option. Hostels in Europe are clean and well organised, they are also family friendly and I could say that Europeans prefer staying in hostels than in Airbnb because hostels are so much safer. Public transport in Europe is good and the cheapest way to move around, in Mexico or in the States, people are more used to use the car because public transport might not be the best or the safest, but Barcelona for example has an excellent public transport system and you could also get to the city form the airport by metro. Regards from Ireland!!

  33. Another great, informative vid. Thanks so much. Please add Monterray MX to your itinerary. It's the 3rd largest city and close to TX.

  34. I plan to make a podcast California and others states. I plan to do Texas first which was diverse. Then Indiana and Kentucky. Downey California

  35. I’d echo some of those comments to go elsewhere in Spain. Granada and Sevilla are wonderful and generally a lot cheaper for food (especially Granada, where the tapas come free with drinks – $2.50 – and they are huuuuuge tapas). I also think the ambience in both those cities is exceptional and they are very walkable. Personally I prefer them to Barcelona. Portugal also an excellent option for a bit of a different feel.

  36. Dangit. You didnt go to San Luis Potosi, El Tamul, Micos, Puente de Dios, Xilitla, o otros lugares hermosos en la Huasteca Potosina.

  37. The transportation in Barcelona is so easy, we rented an Air B&B room with a kitchen in a neighborhood 10- 15 minutes by metro to all tourist sites. It was perfect! We prepared breakfast every AM at home, brought lunches with us and sometimes made dinner at home. We also had local places to eat nearby that were cheaper and tasty and supermarkets,pharmacies, etc…you guys paid WAY too much for your dinners, wow! 😳

    In general, its not a good idea to stay in touristy areas in Europe if you are a budget traveler! They rip you off and don't offer the best options for lodging, food, etc…this is based on my experience.

  38. Hi Tangerine Travels I'm spending a few months in Puerto Morelos (no stalker, it was recommended before I found your channel). Looking on Air B&B and love the look of the apartments with the shared pool. It's just South of Calle Jaguar Sur. Any advice on the complex? I need the Internet and the ability to upload (no vlogging).

  39. Loret De MAr is south of Barcelona and is more of a European Tourist Area. I went there when I was a young Man in the Army back in 1985 but it was a wonderful sleepy little town on the Coast that turns into a big PArty at night, that does not stop until 5AM. Loved it! Have fun in Spain!

  40. The look on both of your faces when talking about Guadalajara, it really shows how much in love you are for this city. You are welcome to come back any time you want! I love how you put visit Mexico on top of Barcelona. Haven't been there, but I am prerry sure you are right.

  41. Curious about why you got TWO phone sim cards? When my wife and I travel we just use one, with a hot spot wifi to the other.

  42. You don't have to hard sale, your videos are super intertaining. I would love to see you guys and Super Holly make a video.

  43. Hi Maddy and Jordan! I was so excited to see that you chose Guadalajara as one of the cities to compare in this video! I was born there and I can't shut up about how awesome it is! My husband and I are visiting in December and will be spending time in Mexico City and Guadalajara. I can't wait! Thanks again for this awesome video! <3<3<3

  44. Guadalajara sounds's definitely on my list. And like you said, if what you want is 'old world' beauty and charm, you can find a lot of that in Mexico.

  45. Barcelona is an imperial city and therfore, Guadalajara(there is one in imperial Spain) is a colonial city because it was in Nueva Espana. The more you learn the more you know.

  46. I am mexican and live in CDMX. Guadalajara is a magucal city. Is the land of Mariachi, tequila and beautiful girls. Want to go to Guadalajara again to see how the tequila is made. Thanks for love our beautiful Mexico. Btw. New.subscriber

  47. En base a las proposiciones del video supondría que Mexico ofrece ventajas principalmente económicas para el turista cuando se le compara con países europeos. Se podrían incrementar los precios y aun seguir siendo competitivos frente al resto de ofertas de destinos turísticos para mejorar los salarios e ingresos de los comerciantes.

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