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Sites and Places to Visit - Jalisco

Jalisco is a vast state that has attractions for everyone and for any budget. Due to its semi tropical weather and its geographic location you can experience different weather patterns and enjoy the outdoors all year round.


Magical Towns

These are towns that have a lot of history and that have retained their architecture and traditions alive since their founding. Visit each one and discover their magic and history that is well alive to this day.

  1. Tequila
  2. Tapalpa
  3. Mazamitla
  4. San Sebasti√°n del Oeste
  5. Lagos de Moreno
  6. Mascota
  7. Talpa de Allende



Puerto Vallarta

This natural harbor is known worldwide as one of the best beach and cultural destinations of Mexico. Discover its beauty by walking through its cobblestone streets and Malecon. Experience the best restaurants in the city such as Cafe des Artistes. Relax in its gold sand beaches and watch the sunset with a good cold drink.


The Zoo

Guadalajara’s zoo is a great experience to learn about local flora and fauna and to see animals in action. It has 123 acres of land destined to the conservation of its species and for leisure attractions. Jump into the Masai Mara ride and get to feed the giraffes or get in the electric train to get faster to your destination.


Walking through Downtown Guadalajara

The 475 year-old area of downtown Guadalajara is an amazing place to discover the history and traditions that created and gave the city its personality. There is so much to learn and to see in this area that you need a whole day to cover it. Visit: Degollado Theater, the Metropolitan Cathedral, Hospicio Caba√Īas and walk through the famous avenue of Chapultepec to indulge in fantastic food.



Guadalajara has a healthy and extraordinary art scene and heritage that can be experienced in many of its museums throughout the city. Here is a list of the five museums you must visit while you are in Guadalajara:

  1. MURA
  2. MUSA
  3. Hospicio Caba√Īas
  4. Ex Convento del Carmen
  5. Regional Museum of Guadalajara

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