Guadalajara

Guadalajara Attractions

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Tlaquepaque

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Once a quaint outlying village, Tlaquepaque has been swallowed whole by Guadalajara. That said, the “town” retains its identity and feels more laid-back than ...  Read more

Lake Chapala

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Ringed with charming towns and villages, Lake Chapala has drawn a steady stream of foreign visitors since the sixteenth century, when the conquistador ...  Read more

Guadalajara's Centro Historico

By new world standards, Guadalajara is an old city. This is most evident in the downtown district, with its Colonial plazas, its 400-year-old churches, and its ...  Read more

Guadalajara Cathedral

The heart of every Mexican city is its cathedral, and Guadalajara is no exception. Officially known as the Basílica de la Asunción de Nuestra ...  Read more

Museo de las Artes de la Universidad de Guadalajara

If you walk west from the Centro Historico along Avenida Juárez, you’ll come the University of Guadalajara campus and the University of Guadalajara Art ...  Read more

Museo Pantaleon Panduro

Every year Mexico holds a prestigious nationwide ceramics competition. The tradition was started in 1977, and the contest has nine categories and a coveted ...  Read more

Palacio de Gobierno (Governor's Office)

Just south of the cathedral and facing the pretty Plaza de Armas, you’ll find the imposing governor’s palace. The two-story building is massive, baroque, and ...  Read more

Plaza de Armas

The culture of the plaza, or town square, is central to Mexican life: the plaza is a community gathering place where school kids flirt, couples promenade, and ...  Read more

Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres

On the north side of the Guadalajara Cathedral, you’ll find a little park that contains the Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres, or the Rotunda of the ...  Read more

Teatro Degollado

Across from the Guadalajara Cathedral, the Teatro Degollado looms in stony, neoclassical glory. Corinthian columns form a massive portico topped with a marble ...  Read more

Amatitan

One of the principal tequila-producing towns of Jalisco’s UNESCO-listed Tequila Country, Amatitán has long proclaimed itself the ‘birthplace of ...  Read more

Basilica de Zapopan

Credited with making peace, ending plagues, healing broken bones, and raising the dwindling waters of Lake Chapala, the Virgin of Zapopan is the official ...  Read more

Casa Herradura Distillery

With a history dating back to 1870 and a reputation for producing some of Mexico’s finest tequilas, the Casa Herradura Distillery is among the most famous of ...  Read more

Instituto Cultural Hospicio-Cabañas

Past the eastern end of the Plaza Tapatía, you’ll find the Instituto Cultural Hospicio-Cabañas. A UNESCO world heritage site, the massive stone ...  Read more

Jose Cuervo Distillery

As the world’s oldest and largest Tequila distillery, the Jose Cuervo brand is renowned around the globe - and the family-run distillery is the top ...  Read more

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