Guadalajara Vacation Activities, Shopping, Sightseeing, Golf
Morelia and Mexico
City by Bus, Car, or Air,
Morelia and Mexico
City Travel by Bus
Guadalajara has preserved its historic
center, there you can find European
inspired colonial buildings, Museums and
Primera Plus buses reach
Morelia and Mexico City from
Guadalajara's Central Viejo
Tufesa Bus from the north reach two stations in Guadalajara. From the
Central Nuevo Station, Primera Plus buses reach Morelia and Mexico City..
High speed roads reach much of Jalisco State and its principal cities.
Guadalajara provides great shopping and
a look at the many arts and crafts
produced in Jalisco.
Bullfights are held Sundays from October
to March in the Plaza de Toros.
Guadalajara can be a good base from
which to visit interesting outlying regions
such as Lake Chapala or the nearby town
of Tequila. The Centro Historico has many
outdoor restaurants and regal old hotels.
There are over 100 hotels in the city from 5
star to 3 star. The hotels offer elegant
restaurants both inside and outdoors under
How To Reach Guadalajara By Air: National and International flights service
Guadalajara's Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, International Airport (GDL), 12 miles
southeast of the city. The airport serves Houston, Chicago, and LA as well as Mexico
City. It is the third busiest airport in Mexico.
In the center of the historic district there are shops displaying artisan works from many regions of
Jalisco. Wide plazas allow artists to set up and demonstrate their craft. Guadalajara also has a zoo
and an adjacent childrens amusement park. The Archaeological Museum of Western Mexico is
located in Park Agua Azule in the southern section of the city and the cultural museum is located near
the historic district.
Guadalajara Octoberfest draws musicians and performers from all of Mexico to celebrate
culinary and performing arts.
Guadalajara's ideal mountain climate at
5,400 feet makes golf at one of the city's
five, 18 hole and three nine hole clubs a
Redondo de los hombres
Sightseeing Degollado Theatre
The Mercado Libertad in Guadalajara is noted as the largest Market in Latin America under one roof
Another market of varied goods, located outside of Guadalajara center is the Tlaquepaque, it has the
reputation as the world's greatest shopping experience and attracts international interior designers.
Guadalajara's ideal mountain climate at 5,400 feet makes golf at one of the city's five, 18 hole and three nine
hole clubs a good bet.
Guadalajara is famed for sightseeing and
for its mariachi bands, strolling musicians
who entertain at the restaurants in the
Tequila is another signature tradition
particular to Guadalajara and Jalisco
Guadalajara Vacation Activities include Shopping,
Sightseeing, and Golf in the ideal mountain climate at
Guadalajara is also famed for its mariachi bands, strolling
musicians who entertain at the restaurants in the Centro
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