Jalisco


Between agave fields, beaches, mountains, large cities and Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) is the state of Jalisco.

Located in the western part of the country, it borders the states of Nayarit, Zacatecas, Michoacán and Colima.

Its capital city, Guadalajara is one of the most important cities in the country. In its historic downtown you will find buildings of high artistic, cultural and historical value, such as the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral) and the impressive Teatro Degollado (Degollado Theater). Visit the Instituto Cultural Cabañas (Cabañas Cultural Institute), considered a Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

The tradition and beauty of the Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) of the state of Jalisco are attractions that each year draw a large number of tourists, eager to know those symbols that are so characteristic of our country.

Mazamitla has a special charm, between wooden cabins and cobbled streets, nature lovers will enjoy waterfalls like El Pedregal, El Salto and Cerro del Chacal.

Lagos de Moreno is a jewel of colonial architecture, its historic downtown is considered a Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco. Do not forget to visit the Parroquia de la Asunción (Asunción Parish); the Teatro Rosas Moreno (Rosas Moreno Theater) and the Templo del Calvario (Temple of Calvario), as well as the Museo de Arte Sacro (Museum of Sacred Religious Art).

Tequila is the birthplace of this representative Mexican drink, which has been internationally recognized and has a designation of origin. This Pueblo Máxico (Magical Town) stands out for the beauty of its streets, its main square, portals, the Parroquia de Santiago Apóstol (Santiago Apóstol Parish), the Museo Tradicional del Tequila (Traditional Museum of Tequila), the Museo de la Familia Sauza (Museum of the Sauza Family) and the Museo de la Cofradía (Cofradía Museum).

During your visit, we recommend guided tours of the distilleries to learn about the process of tequila making.

Delight yourself with the delicious gastronomy that the state offers, such as a delicious torta ahogada, birria, pozole and a refreshing tejuino.

Enjoy the Jalisco style party, folklore, tradition and mariachi.

Between agave fields, beaches, mountains, large cities and Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) is the state of Jalisco.

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Located in the western part of the country, it borders the states of Nayarit, Zacatecas, Michoacán and Colima.

Its capital city, Guadalajara is one of the most important cities in the country. In its historic downtown you will find buildings of high artistic, cultural and historical value, such as the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral) and the impressive Teatro Degollado (Degollado Theater). Visit the Instituto Cultural Cabañas (Cabañas Cultural Institute), considered a Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

The tradition and beauty of the Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) of the state of Jalisco are attractions that each year draw a large number of tourists, eager to know those symbols that are so characteristic of our country.

Mazamitla has a special charm, between wooden cabins and cobbled streets, nature lovers will enjoy waterfalls like El Pedregal, El Salto and Cerro del Chacal.

Lagos de Moreno is a jewel of colonial architecture, its historic downtown is considered a Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco. Do not forget to visit the Parroquia de la Asunción (Asunción Parish); the Teatro Rosas Moreno (Rosas Moreno Theater) and the Templo del Calvario (Temple of Calvario), as well as the Museo de Arte Sacro (Museum of Sacred Religious Art).

Tequila is the birthplace of this representative Mexican drink, which has been internationally recognized and has a designation of origin. This Pueblo Máxico (Magical Town) stands out for the beauty of its streets, its main square, portals, the Parroquia de Santiago Apóstol (Santiago Apóstol Parish), the Museo Tradicional del Tequila (Traditional Museum of Tequila), the Museo de la Familia Sauza (Museum of the Sauza Family) and the Museo de la Cofradía (Cofradía Museum).

During your visit, we recommend guided tours of the distilleries to learn about the process of tequila making.

Delight yourself with the delicious gastronomy that the state offers, such as a delicious torta ahogada, birria, pozole and a refreshing tejuino.

Enjoy the Jalisco style party, folklore, tradition and mariachi.

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