Visiting Guadalajara, Jalisco

Guadalajara is the west pearl of Mexico, a worldwide recognized destination for being the capital of the Tequila and Mariachi. This city, capital of the state of Jalisco, has a huge cultural and historic heritage, as well as an extensive number of monumental constructions, recognized for its spectacular architecture principally from the Baroque and Neoclassic currents.

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 Nightlife 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 birth of the Tequila happened a few kilometers from Guadalajara, precisely in the town of Tequila, which has given world fame to this zone as well as to Mexico for one of the most delicious liquors and drinks world consumed.

The characteristic Mexican outfit “Charro outfit” can be appreciated at the “Charrería” events, where you can see how the most difficult plays with rope and horses are realized; The mariachis, also proudly dress with this typical outfit, who with happy songs glorify the nights and ambience of this beautiful city. The characteristic gastronomy of Jalisco is present in Guadalajara, where you can sample most of the Mexican food.