Explore the historic Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan which is a 17-century sanctuary and abbey located in the state of Jalisco.
Built in the Spanish Renaissance style, The Guadalajara Cathedral is home to many Catholic altars and relics making it a popular destination when visiting Guadalajara.
Andaras is paradise for all fans of shopping and cuisine.
Guadalajara is the cultural center of Mexico and offers many historic sites to visit.
The Hombre de Fuego (Man of Fire) was created by José Clemente Orozco and is located in the Hospicio Cabañas.
The fourth largest stadium in Mexico, the Estadio Chivas is a multi-use venue mostly used for football matches.
Lucha libre is a poplar Mexican sport consisting of colorful masks, and a freestyle form of wrestling.
Fountains surround the Minerva Goddess of Wisdom, statue located in a traffic roundabout.
Guadalajara Zoo is the largest zoo in Jalisco and a popular tourist destination featuring a diverse selection of birds and mammals.
Located in Guadalajara’s Historic District is the Plaza Tapatia which features popular shops in Guadalajara.
View the current events being hosted by the Auditorio Telmex during your stay in Guadalajara.
Guadalajara Cathedral is a popular religious landmark in Guadalajara which features impressive architecture and art.
View oil paintings and sculptures at the Guadalajara Cathedral, located in the heart of the city.
Enjoy shopping at Andares, an indoor and outdoor shopping center in Guadalajara.
Expo Guadalajara features 29 event rooms and function halls that can see traffic of up to 60,000 people a day.
Tour the Hospicio Cabañas which features a series of murals from José Clemente Orozco that are considered masterpieces of Mexican art.
The Guadalajara Zoo is home to endangered species from Mexico and around the world including the rare white lion.