City of Guadalajara

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  • Is it safe to travel to Guadalajara Mexico

    It is safe to travel to Mexico

    Is it safe to travel to Guadalajara Mexico after Covid-19 in Guadalajara Jalisco Mexico? We are at the end of the year 2020, in the middle of the pandemic and […]

  • A bit of History

    Guadalajara history

    Guadalajara History

  • Where to Stay

    City of Guadalajara offeres a wide range of hotels for all budgets and needs, please brouse through the following list below and pick the best hotel that can feet your […]

  • Jose Cuervo Express Tequila Train

    Jose Cuervo Express; The train that does go to Tequila! Because choosing is a luxury, Jose Cuervo Express offers an unforgettable experience towards Tequila, Jalisco.

  • Lake Chapala

    Lake Chapala

    In the 1800s, Chapala grew and attracted a wave of foreign immigrants. These foreign immigrants were the first to build European-style estate, some of which still stand today.

  • 477 Anniversary of Guadalajara

    Guadalajara Festivities

    illuminating the city with notes of Mariachi, flocklor and dance.

  • Gastronomy

    Guadalajara is recognized as the sentimental capital of important symbols that represent Mexicanness in the world. One of the best ways to discover a city is through its food, and […]

  • Tequila Herradura Express Train

    Herradura Express Train

    Tequila Herradura Express Train is one of the most spectacular but especially fun routes you can do in Guadalajara, is to relive the characteristic bohemian atmosphere of traveling in a passenger train in Mexico.

  • Population

    Jalisco State in comparison to Mexico

    Population in Mexico is 116, 901.761 habitants (Las Sensus) Territory in Mexico 1,972,550 km2                   (761,606 sq mi) There are 32 States in Mexico Territorial extension (surface): Jalisco has an area of […]

  • Guadalajara

    Guadalajara Down Town

    Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco, one of 32 states of the Mexican republic. It is positioned in western Mexico, the center of Jalisco, in the geographical area known as Valle de Atemajac