Marvel at the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Preserve
Guadalajara city is one of the largest cities and with most cultural influence in Latin America. It produces shoes, textiles, food and provides with creative experiences every day of the week and every hour of the day.
Go through the avenues and alleys of its historic downtown and stop in front of the Metropolitan Cathedral, combining the neoclassical, baroque and gothic style with elements that place you in the present, and that draw lines on understanding that the traditional and cosmopolitan of each historical stage can coexist in the perla tapatia.
Go to the Cabañas hospice designed by Manuel Tolsa and decorated with the murals of Jose Clemente Orozco. Lie down on a bench to experience the visual impact that awakes the painting of the man in flames captured on the dome.
Know Plaza Guadalajara, Plaza de la Liberacion, the Rotonda de los Jaliciences Ilustres or Plaza de Armas before heading to the Degollado Theater, the Templo Expiatorio, the San Juan de Dios Church or the Ibero-American Library.
Head to Plaza de los Mariachis, enjoy Mexico's most traditional music outdoors while admiring the old mansions around. Have tequila accompanied by a torta ahogada, a shredded birria, a pozole or a piece of meat in its juice.