Guadalajara and Tlaquepaque City Sightseeing Tour

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  • 7 hr

Embark on a fascinating journey through Guadalajara, the City of Roses, and discover its hidden treasures with a knowledgeable and professional guide at your side. Explore the city's secrets, legends, traditions, culture and gastronomy as you visit the historic centre and other captivating attractions that showcase Guadalajara's beauty and architectural grandeur. Complete your adventure by tasting local flavours and experiencing the charm of the magical town of Tlaquepaque. Explore its cobbled streets, vibrant markets and handicrafts. Be part of this unforgettable expedition where the history, culture and beauty of Guadalajara combine to create an enchanting experience. Let the City of Roses and Tlaquepaque leave an indelible mark on your journey through the heart of Jalisco. • Explore the Historic Center of Guadalajara, steeped in centuries of heritage • Discover the most iconic landmarks of Guadalajara • Immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of the Magic Town of Tlaquepaque

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Amigo Tours Mexico

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Guadalajara

Discover the City of Roses, get to know its attractions accompanied by a professional tour guide, who will show you the secrets, legends, traditions, culture and gastronomy. You will visit the Historic Center and other places where you can enjoy the beauty of Guadalajara, capital of Jalisco.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: La Casa Historica de Tlaquepaque

Tlaquepaque is a town known for its galleries, stores, its historic house and restaurants, during our stay we can taste the food by your own in one of the restaurants of the Independencia walkway, which serve typical Mexican food and gourmet style, then we will visit the typical Mexican candy store which are always considered by tourists a very tasty souvenir. We conclude at the meeting point indicated by the guide and we undertake our return to Guadalajara.

Duration: 2 hour

Pass By: Minerva (La)

La Minerva is a representative monument of the city of Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. The central element of the fountain is a statue of the Roman goddess Minerva (Athena in Hellenic culture), and, actually, is the second biggest fountain in the city.

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La Estampida, colloquially known as Glorieta de los Caballos (Roundabout of the Horses), is an outdoor sculpture installed in Guadalajara, which represents one of the favorite scenes for taking photographs of couples in their wedding vests, "quinceaños", and graduations.

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This architectural work is part of a system of bridges located on Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue, at the junction with López Mateos Avenue, one of the busiest avenues in the city.

Pass By: Expiatory Temple

The Basílica del Santísimo Sacramento, also known as the Templo Expiatorio of Guadalajara, is a Catholic temple dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament, very much characterized by being the most important work of Neo-Gothic style in Mexico.

Stop At: Guadalajara Cathedral

We started the panoramic tour visiting the Minerva rotonda, a representative guardian of the city erected in the 50's. We will continue to the arcs of the old entrance to Guadalajara, these are neoclassical arcs of 20 meters high, we head to Chapultepec Avenue, a cultural corridor where we can appreciate one of the liveliest areas of Guadalajara, continuing our journey to Libertad street where we can travel towards the end of 1,800's and experience the most beautiful architecture of Guadalajara. We finish our panoramic tour with the architectural jewel that is the Expiatory temple, a building of Gothic architecture in the city. We begin with our pedestrian route through the well-known "Cruz de Plazas" of the Historic Downtown of Guadalajara, we will continue walking towards the Metropolitan Cathedral, a building that began its construction around 1560, one of the most characteristic and ancient of the city. Then we will go to the Government Palace where we will see murals by José Clemente Orozco and a small museum about the history of the state. We will walk Liberación Square and stop outside the Degollado Theater, home of the mariachi galas held in the city every September, then it's time to leave to Tlaquepaque.

Duration: 3 hour

Pass By: Tlaquepaque

Tlaquepaque is one of the Magical Towns of Mexico, and counts with a vast artisan tradition, where you can learn the secrets of ceramics and pottery. But it is not only its craftsmanship that makes this town so special but also its tourist attractions and its beautiful rustic streets.
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