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Catedral of Guadalajara (Stand)

The Cathedral of Guadalajara, or Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Most Holy Mary, is a cathedral in Mexico, the headquarters parish of the Archdiocese of Guadalajara and one of the most representative buildings of the city, due to its towers with neo-Gothic spiers and its rich history.


Paraninfo Enrique Diaz de León (P. of interest)

At the height of the revolutionary boom, General Manuel Macario Diéguez ordered the construction of two primary schools that would be together, one named Constitución (to the north) and the other Reforma (to the south) on the current Av. Vallarta at its intersection with Enrique Díaz de León, These buildings were designed by the engineer Alfredo Navarro Branca to allude to the constitutionalist theme, whose first stone was laid by the young Enrique Díaz de León, on September 16, 1914.


Centro Magno (P. of interest)

Centro Magno is a shopping center in the city of Guadalajara, one of the most important, located on Avenida Vallarta. Its location benefits it a lot since this area is one of the best known in the city and with a large number of shops.


Los Arcos (P. of interest)

The Arches of Guadalajara are a representative monument of the City of Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. This monument was erected as the entrance to the city following the inauguration of the Mexico-Morelia-Guadalajara highway in 1938. The work was carried out during the period of Governor Silvano Barba González, who commissioned the project to architect Aurelio Aceves. .


Glorieta Minerva (Stand)

La Minerva is a representative monument of the City of Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. The fountain is adorned with a statue of the Roman goddess Minerva (Athena in Hellenic culture), the work of sculptor Joaquín Arias. It is the second largest fountain in said city after the one located inside Alcalde Park. The work was carried out during the period of Governor Agustín Yáñez, who commissioned the project to architect Julio de la Peña, and it was inaugurated in 1956.


La Estampida (P. of interest)

This monument represents the founding of the city and the Coat of Arms of Guadalajara in the year 1542. It is made of bronze and represents the escape of 14 horses, artistically very well achieved the dynamics and action. It was designed and made by Jorge de la Peña


Plaza del Sol (Stand)

Because the city of Guadalajara kept its main businesses in the center, the idea arose of imitating the large shopping centers in the United States to attract businesses and services to this area of the city. At first the idea was considered vain and without a future, but today we know that Plaza del Sol has become one of the meeting centers for many people from Guadalajara and tourists, since the area where it is located has established itself as the most attractive. and better location. Today, the best hotels in the city and the Expo Guadalajara exhibition center are located in this area.


Expo Guadalajara (Stand)

Inaugurated on February 20 under the theme "United in the will to do to deserve", this venue became known for its Great Exhibition Hall, now identified as the Jalisco Hall (25,472 m2)


Los Arcos del Milenio (P. of interest)

The Arches of the Third Millennium, commonly known simply as Arches of the Millennium, are a sculptural work by the Mexican artist Enrique Carbajal González known as "Sebastián", located in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, in western Mexico.


American consulate (Stand)

Today the United States Consulate General in Guadalajara is responsible for consular services for the states of Jalisco, Aguascalientes, Colima and Nayarit, while the Public Affairs and Commerce offices also work in Guanajuato, Michoacán and Sinaloa. We have more than 80 Mexican employees and 35 American officers who work for the Department of State, the Department of Commerce, the Department of Agriculture, the Anti-Drug Department (DEA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Social Security Administration. /p>


Templo Expiatorio (Stand)

The Expiatory Temple of the Blessed Sacrament is a Catholic temple dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament, located in Guadalajara, Jalisco, in Mexico. It is neo-Gothic in style and considered the greatest work of its style in Mexico. Its construction began on August 15, 1897 and ended 75 years later in 1972.



Teatro Degollado (P. of interest)

The Santos Degollado Theater is a building from the mid-19th century, located in the Mexican city of Guadalajara. The property is a regular venue for recitals, concerts, and classical and contemporary dance shows. It is also the headquarters of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra.


Hospicio Cabañas (Stand)

The Hospicio Cabañas is a neoclassical style building, emblematic of the Mexican city of Guadalajara. It served as a home for orphans from 1810 to 1980. Inside, some of the most important murals by José Clemente Orozco are preserved. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1997.


Museo Militar (P. of interest)

The building constitutes a historical testimony; Upon crossing the access door to this museum, the user finds himself in front of a clearly Porfirista construction, made up of three bodies, a central one that stands out from the other two, with two sentry boxes flanking the entrance. The upper part with its frontispiece in the shape of an eagle with outstretched wings. The other two bodies are long and wide. The building as a whole has large windows and is finished with loopholes at the top.


Plaza de la Bandera (P. of interest)

La Plaza de la Bandera es toda una glorieta o calzada que antes marcaba la división entre el principio y el fin de Guadalajara. Parece el islote en donde se posa la misma águila del Escudo Nacional, imponente, dorada y enorme para recordarnos que este es México.


Fabrica de Tequila Del Señor (Stand)

La pasión, tenacidad y experiencia de más de 70 años, han traducido nuestra visión en decenas de premios internacionales a la calidad de nuestros productos y su presencia en más de 50 paises.


Museo de la Cerámica (P. of interest)

Fundado en 1954 en una hermosa residencia del siglo XVII y XVIII que perteneció al rico y famoso hacendado Francisco Velarde, apodado el "Burro de Oro" originario de la Barca, quien fuera General en el Gobierno de Santa Anna y fusilado por apoyar al segundo imperio.


Corredor de Artesanías (P. of interest)

In this corridor, there is a significant number of galleries where you can find local crafts, but also artisans from all over the country such as cardboard and wood alebrijes, figures made of various materials such as tin or corn leaves and innumerable shapes and forms. uses of blown glass pieces as well as furniture and wrought iron lamps.


El Parían (P. of interest)

El Parián de San Pedro Tlaquepaque is an attraction in the center of the municipality because it enjoys a family atmosphere, among its qualities it stands out that regardless of the day and time, the traditional atmosphere is lived and breathed in every corner.


Centro Cultural El Refugio (P. of interest)

The Cultural Center is a space for holding cultural, institutional, academic events, conferences and workshops. The venue offers concerts, plays, conferences, art exhibitions, among other activities. It hosts the TlaquepArte exhibition, the National Ceramics Award, among other activities


Plaza de las Artesanías (Stand)

A place where you will find all kinds of crafts from the best artists in Tlaquepaque.



Museo Regional (P. of interest)

Its construction began around 1742 and was completed 16 years later, and was built in a stone factory. Its original use was as the Senor San José school-seminary. During the War of Independence it was a barracks for insurgent troops and a prison for the Spanish.


Casa Museo López Portillo (P. of interest)

Museum in an old palace with furniture and antiques, plus concerts, recitals and exhibitions.


Templo San José de Gracia (P. of interest)

The traditional Temple of San José de Gracia, in Guadalajara, is located on Fray Antonio Alcalde Avenue at its intersection with Reforma Street, in the heart of the Tapatia Pearl, and although today, like all the temples in the city center, It suffers from the lack of a fixed community, the devotion to its Patron Saint keeps it current.


Museo del Periodísmo y Artes Gráficas (P. of interest)

The Museum of Journalism and Graphic Arts (MUPAG) is based in La Casa de los Perros, a mansion popular among the people of Guadalajara because of the legends told about the place. This mansion functioned as the first printing press in Guadalajara in the year 1792, where El Despertador Americano, considered the first independence newspaper in Hispanic America, was printed, edited between 1810 and 1811 by Francisco Severo Maldonado and José Angel de la Sierra.


Ex. 15va Zona Militar (P. of interest)

This building was built in 1733 to be a convent of the Augustinian nuns of Santa Monica. Over time it had become the headquarters of the Guadalajara Seminary, a teaching house for future priests, but since 1914, in the midst of the revolutionary fray, the Constitutionalist Army of Álvaro Obregón occupied it and installed a military barracks. And his military vocation extended for almost a century, until there was no social memory of his religious origin. Currently it is a museum on the occasion of the Bicentennial of Independence and the Centennial of the Revolution.


Preparatoria Jalisco No.1 (P. of interest)

On September 10, 1914, the creation of the Jalisco Preparatory School was determined and its formal delivery was made on Tuesday, September 15, 1914. Since 1925, this school has been part of the real estate assets of the University of Guadalajara.


Templo de San Felipe (P. of interest)

Located on San Felipe and Contreras streets Medellín, in the Historic Center of Guadalajara, the temple of San Felipe Neri is an example of baroque architecture in Guadalajara. The façade, which houses the images of Saint Philip and Saint Francis of Assisi, is carved in the Plateresque style, being crowned by a pompous tower, and is considered by architects to be one of the most precious religious sites in the west of the country.


Templo de Nuestra Señora del Refugio (P. of interest)

It is located in the central median of Federalismo Avenue, where the old Calle del Moro was located (the temple is located on this street), which was expanded to open the avenue, respecting this religious building. The construction of the temple was completed in 1900 and next to it was the Franciscan Tertiary convent that cared for repentant women, orphans and the elderly.


Panteón Mezquitán (P. of interest)

The Mezquitán pantheon, located at Avenida Federalismo Norte 977, in the Colonia Mezquitán of Guadalajara, opened its doors on November 2, 1896 due to the saturation of the Pantheon of Belén. This pantheon is located on an area of approximately 25 thousand hectares in the vicinity of what is today the first square of the city.


Zona Financiera (Av. Americas) (P. of interest)

Marvel at great buildings.


Club de Golf "Guadalajara Country Club" (P. of interest)

The most emblematic sports and social club in the city, since 1909


Plaza Patria (P. of interest)

Plaza Patria is a shopping center located in the Municipality of Zapopan within the Metropolitan Zone of Guadalajara. This plaza, like any shopping center, has a large number of stores of various types such as: toy stores, furniture stores, optical stores, aesthetic stores, and stationery stores. , gift shops, clothing stores, pet stores among many other things


Palacio Municipal de Zapopan (P. of interest)

Neocolonial building, built from gray quarry in 1942. Located in the heart of the historic center of Zapopan, it originally functioned as a school, and from 1968 as the headquarters of the municipal presidency.


Parroquia de San Pedro (P. of interest)

In addition to the Basilica of Zapopan, where the faithful come year after year to accompany the return of the virgin to whom they consider their home, there is another temple that, due to its characteristics, architecture and history, could be considered another of the jewels of that municipality, the beautiful Parish of San Pedro Apóstol.

It was erected in the year 1600 by Don Alfonso de la Mora y Escobar, as a result of the need to provide spiritual care to the population


Basílica de Zapopan (Stand)

The Basilica of Zapopan and the Convent of Our Lady of Expectation of Zapopan is a Franciscan sanctuary located in the heart of Zapopan in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, it is the second most visited Marian enclosure in the state.


Museo De Arte Huichol (P. of interest)

The Wixárika Huichol Art Museum is a public venue with a permanent display of Huichol art. Among the collection are traditional items made with thread or pieces decorated with beads.


Museo de Arte Zapopan (P. of interest)

Inaugurated in 2002, the MAZ is based in the building designed by architects María Emilia Orendain and Enrique Toussaint. It was created in order to disseminate national and international contemporary art expressions.


Plaza de las Américas (P. of interest)

The Plaza de las Américas or also Plaza Juan Pablo ll is one of the attractions next to the basilica, in the center of Zapopan. This plaza was remodeled a few years ago; Its fountains, planters and even the kiosk are new, maybe before it looked more like a "town square" but I liked it, it's a change. And it should be noted that they preserved some pieces of the old square.


Arcos de Zapopan (P. of interest)

The Zapopan Arches are a colonial-style construction almost 20 meters high that represent the entrance to the municipality. Designed by the architect Guillermo González Ibarra and his wife, the sculptor María del Carmen Rábago.


Mercado Corona (P. of interest)

The Corona market is located in the downtown area of the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. It is considered one of the most important shopping centers in the historic center of Guadalajara. Its construction began in 1888 by order of Governor Ramón Corona, who was assassinated before the inauguration of the market which was on September 15, 1891, which is why the City Council decided to name it "Mercado Corona". This property has suffered several fires during its history in the years 1910, 1919, 1929 and 2014.



Artisanal Tianguis, Thursday and Sunday (Stand)

Tonalá comes from the Nahuatl word Tonallan, which means “place where the sun rises.” This municipality in the Metropolitan Zone of Guadalajara is distinguished by its pottery activity, which it has carried out since pre-Hispanic times and, where every Thursday and Sunday starting at 8 am, more than 3,500 craft merchants set up shop between Juárez, Madero, Cruz Blanca, Santos Degollado and Avenidas Tonaltecas and Tonalá, to form one of the most famous artisan markets in the country.


Local crafts (Stand)

Tonalá is recognized nationally as one of the most important craft centers in Mexico. Place where pottery, wrought iron, ceramics and blown glass, among other materials, are transformed in the hands of skilled artisans to form true jewels and works of art.

* IMPORTANT . The TONALÁ route has two starting points.
  1. 1.- Leaving from the Rotunda of the Illustrious Jaliscienses, all the points marked on the map will be visited.
  2. 2.- Leaving from Tlaquepaque (Plaza de Artesanias) you will only visit Artisanal Tianguis (Thursdays and Sundays) and Locals with Typical Crafts.