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Guadalajara Mexico

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Known as the most Mexican of Mexican cities, Guadalajara delights visitors with its unique cultural experience. Guadalajara is the birthplace of mariachi bands and the Mexican rodeo. Nearby artisan centers of Tonala and Tlaquepaque offer Mexico's finest handcradted ceramics, textiles, wood, and glasswares. All this is nestled in the state of Jalisco, the only place in Mexico where tequila is produced.


The People of Guadalajara

Guadalajara's population of 5 million makes it the second largest city in Mexico. Its vast populace provides modern conveniences, Guadalajara maintains a small-town ambience. Its colonial architecture, rose gardens, and historic plazas have remained unchanged since the days of the Spanish colonization. Famous Jalisco landmarks, such as the Cathedral of Jalisco, the Teatro Degollado and fresco murals of Jose Clemente Orozco, recall an old-world atmosphere and a time of provincial elegance. Guadalajara's distinctive mix of modernity and tradition make it the most ideal destination in Mexico for living, studying or just visiting.


The Climate of Guadalajara

Blessed with a spring-like climate, Guadalajara offers sunshine and warmth twelve months a year. Its central location means it is accessible to famous resorts and cities in Mexico such as Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende and Zacatecas.


Virtual Tours of Guadalajara & Puerto Vallarta

Take a look around the beautiful state of Jalisco, with our 360-degree tours. There are 20 tours, so get comfortable and enjoy yourself. To start a tour, just click an icon on one of the five maps below.

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