Each evening during the International Mariachi Festival the best Mariachi professionals perform at the historic Degollado Theater.
Tour the Guachimontones Pyramids, an archaeological site located one hour outside of Guadalajara.
The Guadalajara Zoo is home to endangered species from Mexico and around the world including the rare white lion.
Guadalajara Zoo is the largest zoo in Jalisco and a popular tourist destination featuring a diverse selection of birds and mammals.
Board The Jose Cuervo Express which is a two hour train ride that travels from Guadalajara to Tequila through the blue agave fields.
Tequila is created from the blue agave plant which grows in the town of Tequila located in Jalisco.
Tequila was named a “Pueblo Mágico” (Magical Town) by the Mexican government in 2003 and is known as the birthplace of the drink tequila.
The fourth largest stadium in Mexico, the Estadio Chivas is a multi-use venue mostly used for football matches.
Be sure to check out Charros de Jalisco’s schedule and see if you can catch a baseball game during your stay in Guadalajara.
Lucha libre is a poplar Mexican sport consisting of colorful masks, and a freestyle form of wrestling.