Explore the colonial heart of Guadalajara and see city landmarks, such as Liberation Square, the Mercado Libertad and the 16th-century cathedral. Then, visit the artisan village of Tlaquepaque and purchase some unique souvenirs and gifts to take home.
What to Expect
Start your tour of Guadalajara in the Centro Historico at the heart of the colonial city, and learn about its foundations. See the preserved 16th and 17th century architectural masterpieces of Plaza Guadalajara and the Metropolitan Cathedral.
Admire the intersection of 4 squares surrounding the cathedral in the area known as the “Cruz de Plazas.” Look at colonial buildings, such as the Government Center and the Plaza Tapatia. Pass the Jalisco Regional Museum, located in the former 18th-century seminary of San José. Walk through Liberation Square, also known as "Plaza de las dos Copas" (Square of Two Cups) thanks to its cup-shaped fountains.
Stroll past the vibrant Mercado Libertad and experience one of Mexico’s most traditional markets. Admire the neoclassical facade of the Degollado Theater, famous for its diverse performances and artistic design.
Then, travel to the stunning city of Tlaquepaque, famous for its array of Mexican arts and crafts on sale in the artisan village. Browse handicrafts such as ceramics, pottery, wood figurines and wrought iron furniture. Purchase great gifts and enjoy some free time to sample traditional Mexican food and drinks at a local café before the return journey to Guadalajara.
- Round-trip transportation
- Bilingual guide
What's Not Included
- Optional gratuities
Know Before You Go
• Cancellations within 48 hours of your tour and no-shows will not be refunded. You may reschedule your tour within 48 hours at an additional cost of $15 per person, payable directly to the local supplier. Rescheduled tours are subject to availability