Rotonda de los Jaliscenses Ilustres
Welcome to Jalisco’s hall of fame. The plaza on the north side of the cathedral is ringed by 20 bronze sculptures of the state’s...
Guadalajara’s twin-towered cathedral is the city’s most beloved and conspicuous landmark. Begun in 1558 and consecrated in 1618, it’s...
Museo de Arte Sacro de Guadalajara
Don't miss the museum of sacred art, which quite appropriately sits inside the cathedral (the entrance is on the eastern side). It's...
La Fuente, set in the old Edison boiler room, is an institution and a perfect example of what a proper Mexican Cantina is supposed to be...
Tapatío Tour information
The ubiquitous double-decker buses of Tapatío Tour ply the city’s most popular sights on a circuit track. While the prerecorded narration (in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Japanese) is less than inspirational, the tours allow you to hop off and on wherever you wish, making sightseeing a breeze. Buses depart from the Rotonda de los Jaliscenses Ilustres and they operate from 10am to 8pm. Go on a weekday for cheaper rates.