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Route of the Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) of Comala, Tapalpa, Tlaquepaque and Tequila

Comala, Tequila, Guadalajara, Colima, Tapalpa, Tlaquepaque

Colima will be the starting point of this beautiful route. From here you can admire its neighboring volcano and it is surrounded by natural beauties, while in the heart of the city you can visit its peaceful Jardín Libertad (Libertad Garden) and visit the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace) and the Teatro Hidalgo (Hidalgo Theater) from the time of Porfirio Díaz, you will also be able to visit the old train station.

The course now continues to Comala, a beautiful little town with white tile houses, at the foot of the Colima Volcano. You can start touring its Plaza de Armas (Arms Square) with its kiosk made of German metal and with fountains on every corner. Here you can visit the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel (Parish of San Miguel Arcángel) and then walk through its portals, where you can taste typical dishes.

Continue the road to Tapalpa, Jalisco. This Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town), being located in the Sierra Madre Oriental, has beautiful views and a cool climate. Here we recommend you to visit the old Parroquia de San Antonio (Parish of San Antonio), Las Pilas and the mountain range itself.

The trip continues to the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Tlaquepaque. It is perfect if you are looking for Mexican art, accompanied by good food and music. It is a colorful place, where you will find all kinds of crafts such as clay, pottery, embroidery, wood, brass, papier-mâché, glass and leather.

Now you will arrive at Guadalajara. The capital city of the state of Jalisco, is modern and colonial at the same time. A walk through the downtown area will take you to the Rotonda de los Hombres Ilustres (Rotunda of Illustrious Men) and to its beautiful cathedral, an icon of the city, in the baroque style. Also in the downtown area you can visit the Regional Museum of Guadalajara, the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace) and the Teatro Degollado (Degollado Theater). Additionally, in Guadalajara you will find a great variety of entertainment, culture and fun. Don't leave without trying the tortas ahogadas.

The last stop of the route is the birthplace of Tequila. As its name suggests, in this beautiful little town you can learn everything about this famous drink, either on a tour of the agaves or visiting the Tequila Museum. There is also a lot of history to know, such as the baroque-style Parroquia de Santiago Apóstol (Santiago Apóstol Parish), the Capilla del Calvario (Calvary Chapel) dating back to the 16th century and the Palacio Municipal (Municipal Palace). And obviously, here you can taste the best tequila in the world.
Colima will be the starting point of this beautiful route. From here you can admire its neighboring volcano and it is surrounded by natural beauties, while in the heart of the city you can visit its peaceful Jardín Libertad (Libertad Garden) and visit the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace) and the Teatro Hidalgo (Hidalgo Theater) from the time of Porfirio Díaz, you will also be able to visit the old train station.

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The course now continues to Comala, a beautiful little town with white tile houses, at the foot of the Colima Volcano. You can start touring its Plaza de Armas (Arms Square) with its kiosk made of German metal and with fountains on every corner. Here you can visit the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel (Parish of San Miguel Arcángel) and then walk through its portals, where you can taste typical dishes.

Continue the road to Tapalpa, Jalisco. This Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town), being located in the Sierra Madre Oriental, has beautiful views and a cool climate. Here we recommend you to visit the old Parroquia de San Antonio (Parish of San Antonio), Las Pilas and the mountain range itself.

The trip continues to the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Tlaquepaque. It is perfect if you are looking for Mexican art, accompanied by good food and music. It is a colorful place, where you will find all kinds of crafts such as clay, pottery, embroidery, wood, brass, papier-mâché, glass and leather.

Now you will arrive at Guadalajara. The capital city of the state of Jalisco, is modern and colonial at the same time. A walk through the downtown area will take you to the Rotonda de los Hombres Ilustres (Rotunda of Illustrious Men) and to its beautiful cathedral, an icon of the city, in the baroque style. Also in the downtown area you can visit the Regional Museum of Guadalajara, the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace) and the Teatro Degollado (Degollado Theater). Additionally, in Guadalajara you will find a great variety of entertainment, culture and fun. Don't leave without trying the tortas ahogadas.

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