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This is a great place to know. It is surrounded of local markets in wich we can find tipical food, toys, folklore and great weather. It is safe and close to other nice places such as Andares Mall, one of the greatest and more fashion...More
Like many Mexican churches, the interior presents a mixed bag, but the exterior is remarkable. The enormous plaza in front connects down to the arches whence proceed the Virgin of Zapopan on her feast day. The museum of Huichol culture next to the church is...More
The Basilica de Zapopan is located in downtown Zapopan, a huge square with many restaurants and a couple of more churches that you can visit around the area, one of which was the church where one of my friends got married this year. The Basilica...More
This place is certainly worth visiting. There are a couple of historical churches in the area that you should visit. This one is funny, in that it has a very impressive front and square around it, but the actual church is somewhat small and simple...More
This impressive sanctuary was built in 1690 and is one of the most visited religious sites in Western Mexico. It has a wooden Virgin statue that is considered a valuable relic of medieval origin, which came from Spain to New Galicia in the 16th century....More
About 98% of the distilleries are outside of Guadalajara, either on the town of Tequila, or on Arenal or Arandas. But if you don't have the time and want something inside the city of Guadalajara, you could take the tour of... More
About 98% of the distilleries are outside of Guadalajara, either on the town of Tequila, or on Arenal or Arandas. But if you don't have the time and want something inside the city of Guadalajara, you could take the tour of Tequilas del Señor (you can google it). They have daily tours as far as I know, and the place isn't that far from the city center. Hope the info helps.