Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
The City of Guadalajara is one of the largest cities in Mexico and a cultural epicenter.
Explore the avenues and alleys of the historic center. Stop in front of the Metropolitan Cathedral, which combines neoclassical, baroque and gothic styles. Appreciate how the traditional and cosmopolitan aspects of each era coexist in this tapatío pearl.
Head over to the Hospicio Cabañas, which was one of the oldest and largest hospital complexes in the Americas. It was designed by Manuel Tolsa and decorated with murals by Jose Clemente Orozco. Admire the “Man of Fire” painted on one of the domes.
Learn the history of one of the many plazas, like the Plaza Guadalajara, the Plaza de la Liberacion, the Rotonda de los Jaliciences Ilustres or the Plaza de Armas. Afterwards, visit the Degollado Theater, the Expiatory Temple, the San Juan de Dios Church or the Ibero-American Library.
At Plaza de los Mariachis you can enjoy Mexico's most famous style of music outdoors surrounded by beautiful and historic mansions. Have tequila accompanied by a torta ahogada, shredded birria or pozole.
Discover what Mexico sounds like and travel the most beautiful corners of our country through its beat