Guadalajara Travel Guide
Plan Your Guadalajara Vacation
The Guadalajara region's must-see sights can be found in four major areas: Guadalajara city itself, Zapopan, Tlaquepaque, and Tonalá. Each can be navigated on foot in a few hours, hitting the major sites, though to get a good feel for these places one must devote at least a day to each—and more to Guadalajara city.
Tourists often opt to stay in colonial-style hotels in the Centro, which is convenient to many of Guadalajara's sights.... read more
The most popular international restaurants are scattered about west Guadalajara, but some of the best Mexican food is near... read more
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
The chance to see murals by Orozco: Titanic works by this distinguished artist adorn several buildings. Shopping for crafts at... Read more
The Huichol (WEE-chol) Indians' true name is Wirraritari, or "people who populate places of thorny plants." It's a fitting name for this... Read more
The conquistadors had a difficult time founding Guadalajara. A decade of Indian uprisings and Spanish crown interference caused the... Read more
Guadalajarans have begun to come into their own. Called Tapatíos (a name possibly derived from the Nahuatl word... Read more
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