Guadalajara Plaza Ejecutivo López Mateos is located at the heart of Guadalajara’s financial district and quite close to the city’s main activities and tourist attractions: Concerts, Museums, Shopping Malls, Tradition. All at your fingertips. Quickly, comfortable and safe.
It is known as "Plaza de las Dos Copas" (Two Goblets Square) since it was built in 1952, due to two fountains with that shape. It is the gathering place for locals (Tapatíos). Here there is a Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla four-meter high bronze monument, holding in his hand a broken chain, representing the Abolition of Slavery.