Attractions and activities in Guadalajara
Get out of the doors of our hotel and find the best attractions, shops, restaurants and nightlife just minutes away. If you want to tour Guadalajara, our Concierge will be happy to recommend things to do and help you with the tours, tickets, transportation and anything else you need to make your stay an unforgettable experience.
Expo Guadalajara Convention Center
Expo Guadalajara is the most dynamic, versatile and important convention and exhibition center in the country with a projection in Latin America.
World Trade Center Guadalajara
World Trade Center Guadalajara is the most sophisticated building design for bussines companies and provides the most intelligent and complete service with high quality technology system.
Plaza del Sol Shopping Mall
Plaza del Sol in Guadalajara is a shopping mall, it provide different services like food, beverages, clothes, videogames, cinema etc.
The Michin Aquarium inhabits 300 species and more than 20 thousand copies, being a recreation space that combines nature and education.
Selva Magica provide the most amazing and extreme experience in Mexico, offer many different atractions for older and younger.
The Guadalajara Zoo guarantee the most amazing experience between animals and persons, showing different type of species that are unique in Mexico.
Guachimontones archaeological site
Guachimontones is the name of an ancient prehispanic settlement located in the city and municipality of Teuchitlán, approximately one hour west of the city of Guadalajara in the state of Jalisco.
Tlaquepaque, with a population of 608,114 inhabitants, it is part of the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara. It is part of the Bajío Occidente or Central West region of Mexico.
La Gran Plaza
La Gran Plaza in Guadalajara is a shopping mall that provides different services with options for older and younger interest. This mall have access to many brands of different companies around the world.
This Theator offer the most popular and entertaining shows in the country. With their many different spectacles for all the audience.
The Expiatory Temple is a Catholic temple dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament, located in Guadalajara, Jalisco, in Mexico.
Cabañas Cultural Institute
The Hospicio Cabañas is a neoclassical building, emblematic of the Mexican city of Guadalajara. It served as a home for orphans from 1810 to 1980. Inside are some of the most important murals of José Clemente Orozco.
Regional Museum of Guadalajara
The exhibition rooms of the museum are distributed on the two floors of the monumental building, with a section composed of paleontological aspects, a vision of prehistory and the archeology of the entity.
Tequila is the capital city of the municipality of the same name, located on the center - east side of the state of Jalisco.
The Metropolitan Park of Guadalajara is a Decentralized Public Organization of the Government of the State of Jalisco located in Zapopan, Jalisco in Mexico.
Bosque Los Colomos is an urban park northeast of the city of Guadalajara, capital of the Mexican state of Jalisco. The park is located in the limits of Guadalajara and Zapopan, forming one of the lungs of the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara.
Museo del Periodismo y las Artes Gráficas
In 1792, the first printing press in the city, property of Don Mariano Valdés Téllez Girón, son of Don Manuel Antonio Valdés, printer of the Gazette of Mexico, began to operate in the site that today occupies the house.
Templo de Santa María Gracia
This temple is the only thing that remains of the spacious Convent of Santa María de Gracia. Its construction began on April 7, 1661 and gradually improved until it achieved the austere and beautiful aspect that it still conserves today.
Plaza de Los Mariachis
The Plaza de los Mariachis that is located on the Independencia road between Javier Mina and Álvaro Obregón. Its real name is "Plaza Pepe Guízar", in honor of that famous composer from Guadalajara, among his works is the very famous "Guadalajara". In the square there is a bronze bust of the founder of Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, Silvestre Vargas. Actually it was built to create a meeting place for the mariachis and here you can also enjoy many kinds of Mexican snacks to the sound of music 24 hours a day.
Definitely, La Minerva is one of the most emblematic places in Guadalajara. Meeting point for sports celebrations and special events, it has been recently remodeled and its gardens and fountains look the best.
The Museum of Arts of the University of Guadalajara, which since 1994 carries out tasks of conservation and dissemination of the arts, aims to create an environment conducive to the enjoyment of the aesthetic experience, in an architectural space of high historical significance and benefited from a Unbeatable location. It is projected as a place where art and culture in general exist as living entities, to enable interaction between the public and the work of art.
Paseo de las Artes Chapultepec
In this mythical avenue of the city of Guadalajara, which is between Av Mexico and Niños Héroes, there are along the same, on both sidewalks, many bars and restaurants, plus a variety of establishments, such as bookstores, art forums and coffee shops . In its wide ridge, exhibitions of art are exhibited and, vendors are installed who offer diverse objects, mainly, handmade.
Panteón de Belén
This pantheon museum is visited approximately every hour with a guided tour, which is definitely worth it. The architecture has many masonic details, the symbology is by doquiere and everything has to do with numerology.
Globo Museo de la niñez
The Globe Children's Museum of Guadalajara is a neighborhood precinct in which our children have the opportunity to have fun and learn, since one of its objectives is to encourage learning through inquiry, experience, community and play.
Is a football stadium that is located in the municipality of Zapopan, which is part of the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara and is the headquarters of the Guadalajara Sports Club of the First Division of Mexico. It was concluded on July 29, 2010.
The Jalisco Stadium is a football stadium located in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. With a capacity of 55.020 spectators.
Barranca de Huentitán
The Barranca de Huentitán (also known as Barranca de Oblatos) is located in western Mexico, north of the municipality of Guadalajara, Jal. and between the limits of the municipalities of Tonalá, Zapotlanejo, Ixtlahuacán del Río and Zapopan in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara.
Rotonda de los Jalisciences Ilustres
Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres is a monument of the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, located in the block flanked by the avenues Fray Antonio Alcalde, Miguel Hidalgo and the streets Liceo and Independencia.
KidZania is one of the fastest growing children's entertainment brands in the world. It is an interactive city for children from 1 to 14 years of age.
Bosque de la Primavera
Definitely a great option to go with family or friends. There are many options you can do there: Mountain Biking,
Trail Running, Camping, Hiking,
Bathe in hot springs etc. Not for something is the seat of multiple careers and competitions
There are several ways to reach the one that makes it more versatile.
Parque Agua Azul
This is a wonderful tour if you find yourself in this beautiful city. It is the most legendary park in Guadalajara, it was a place of recreation for the ancient Tapatias families at the end of the 18th century.
Attending to see the baseball at the Charro's Stadium is a good experience: there is a variety of foods, from all the locations the game is very well observed and the atmosphere is very pleasant.
Plaza de Armas
The Plaza de Armas is the meeting point of the locals, especially the afternoons of Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, because the traditional serenade is performed with the municipal and state bands to the rhythm of Jalisco.
San Juan de Dios
A place that is necessary to visit if you are in Guadalajara. From a sweet, typical national products, birds, fruits, animals of all kinds, going through leather goods, watches, clothes, etc.
Museo de Cera / Rippley
Through its halls, the Museum offers a journey through the history of Mexico, international politics, art, horror, film, sports and entertainment, with a collection of more than 230 replicas in wax.