Articles Tagged with Guadalajara

Culture + Style

4 Quirky Guadalajara Museums You Need to Visit

The museum offerings of La Perla Tapatía (a nickname for Guadalajara) are vast and diverse; so much so that there’s room for proposals with innovative themes equipped with the latest technology. Here, we offer four…
Eat + Drink

Centuries-Old Legends, Heady Cocktails and More Lurk at Guadalajara’s Most Unusual Bars

In Guadalajara, a good bar can seem as valuable as diamonds; a few are little known, others discreet, some are popular only amongst tapatíos (so-called inhabitants of the city). Thanks to the patrons, the food…
Tips + Trends

Get to Know Colonia Americana, Guadalajara’s Trendiest Neighborhood

Very close to the center of Guadalajara you’ll find one of the most iconic neighborhoods in the city, Colonia Americana. Walking her streets is an experience like no other; it’s common to find ancient homes…
Culture + Style

Tapatío Style: The Best Places to Soak Up Design in Guadalajara

Not everything in Guadalajara is mariachi and tequila: nowadays, the capital of Jalisco is also one of the Mexican cities with the most creative potential for design. The reasons? Its artisanal legacy, its renowned schools…
Culture + Style

Where to Eat, Drink and Enjoy the Arts in Guadalajara

What do tequila, the Beatles and Laberinto del Fauno (Pan’s Labyrinth) have in common? Guadalajara has played an important role in the development of each. When you travel to this Mexican city, delve into its…
Outdoors

6 Ways to Get an Adrenaline Rush in Guadalajara

Guadalajara, the birthplace of mariachi and tequila, offers visitors much more than parties and folklore. Adventurers that love getting in touch with nature can find spectacular places to experience extreme sports in the city and…
Tips + Trends

5 Very Mexican Experiences to Enjoy in Guadalajara

Guadalajara is one of Mexico’s largest cities. A colonial center that captivates visitors with its impressive architecture and beautiful plazas, it is also a cultural hub, with many things seen as quintessentially Mexican hailing from…
Culture + Style

Take a Design-Centric Shopping Detour to Tlaquepaque, Guadalajara

Multicolored bunting, handmade pottery and an abundance of boutiques: that’s how best to sum up the laidback Pueblo Mágico of San Pedro Tlaquepaque. Better known as, simply, Tlaquepaque, the Náhuatl name of this sprawling residential…
Eat + Drink

This Is Guadalajara, Mexico’s Ultimate Guide for Foodies

Today, tapatío is the favored word for anything or anyone that is native to Guadalajara, which is an ideal destination for foodies. More than 12 million people visit Jalisco’s capital every year and the number…