"La Perla Tapatía"


Homeland of Mariachi, Tequila and Charrería. The second most important city in Mexico, where history and tradition mix.


Guadalajara is connected to the municipalities of Zapopan, Tonalá, Tlaquepaque and Tlajomulco, the perfect variety to satisfy all tastes.


The historic center of the city is full of colonial plazas and historic buildings considered as architectural gems, such as the Neoclassical “Teatro Degollado”, the “Basilica of the Virgin of Guadalupe”, the Government Palace and the “Hospicio Cabañas”. In the last ones, there are known murals by the famous Mexican lithographer and muralist José Clemente Orozco.

Teatro Degollado

Chapultepec Avenue is the typical perfect blend of beauty and urban culture of the city. A place where you can find everything from bars, restaurants and cafes, to bookstores and photo exhibits.

Bar en Avenida Chapultepec

In Guadalajara there are many cultural and entertainment activities to perform, as well as various places to stroll, such as large parks, shopping centers, nightclubs, cinemas and first class restaurants. In addition, national and international events take place every year, such as the International Book Fair and the International Film Festival.

Rotonda de los Jalicienses Ilustres

Other important attractions are the “Plaza de los Mariachis”, the “Plaza de la Liberación”, The Former Convent of the Carmen Temple of San Francisco de Asís, the Temple of San Agustín, the Municipal Palace, the Guadalajara Zoo, the Colomos Park, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the amusement park Magic Jungle, “la Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres” and the new Matute Remus bridge.

Puente Matute Remus

You better not miss the famous tour to the town of Tequila, Jalisco. Whether by bus or train, this trip can be done in one day, where you can visit tequila houses, learn about the distillation process of tequila and even try your favorite tequila.

Tequila, Jalisco

Also consider not to miss the typical delights of the city such as the famous “tortas ahogadas”, “birria”, “menudo” and meat cooked in its juice. Guadalajara has a wide variety of Mexican, French, Italian, Brazilian, Indian, Arabic, Lebanese, Greek, Argentinean and Chilean restaurants, among many others.

Torta Ahogada

No matter what you decide to do during your stay, Guadalajara is a city full of tapatía culture that interconnects with the Mexican culture and that, without a doubt, is worth visiting.

We invite you to choose your bus with Grupo Senda and start planning your adventure.

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