The birthplace of Tequila and Mariachi is a blend of tradition and modernity that keeps amazing the rest of the country and the world. Guadalajara is the second biggest city in the country, and an important artery of the Mexican economy, due to the quantity of economic activities developed in the city, where tourism takes part among, offering a vast scale of options and activities to the visitors, with the best Hotels, Restaurants, cultural and recreational Activities, such as an intense Night Life and entertainment.
The great variety of places that can be visited in Guadalajara give a unique richness to this city, as its: museums, galleries, water parks, natural reserves, archeological sites, sculptures, fountains, monuments, murals, squares, gardens and adornment walk sides, which cultivate and captivate everyone who visits the capital of Jalisco.
The Historic Centre is the heart of the city and has a huge a number of tourist attractions of Guadalajara, architectural icons and traditional places that you cannot miss.
It’s one of the most impressive religious monuments in Mexico. Built between the XVI and XVII centuries, it has two neogothic towers that stand out among the other historical monuments in the downtown area.
It’s the current venue of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra. Its neoclassical design with Italian influence is the work of the architect Jacobo Galvez, who started the construction of the building in 1855 to finish it in September 1866.
Address: Cabañas Street 8, Las Fresas, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
Declared Heritage of Humanity Site in 1987, the Hospicio Cabañas and its Jose Clemente Orozco Murals are one of the most important tourist attractions of Guadalajara. Nowadays it’s the Cabañas Cultural Institute.
San Juan de Dios Market.
Address: Calzada Javier Mina 52, San Juan de Dios, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
On its 40,000 m² you will find 3000 clothing, technology, candies stores, fruit shops as well as international and typical restaurants that prepare the traditional tortas ahogadas, a dish you have to taste during your stay in Guadalajara.
Magno Centro Joyero.
Address: Paseo Hospicio 22, San Juan de Dios, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
The Magno Centro Joyero is the most important and complete one in Latin America. It has 700 commercial places where the visitor can find a variety of gold and silver products.
Address: 16 de Septiembre Ave. 710, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
It’s one of the most important artistic precincts in Guadalajara, Mexico, receiving artists like Luciano Pavarotti, Deep Purple, Pet Shop Boys and more.