Templo de San Francisco
Across the road from the Templo de Aranzazú the larger but less impressive Templo de San Francisco was begun in the 1660s by the...
Plaza de los Mariachis
Just south of Avenida Javier Mina, this is the birthplace of mariachi music. By day it’s just a narrow walking street, flanked by...
Templo de Aranzazú
The compact Templo de Aranzazú is perhaps the city’s most beautiful. Built from 1749 to 1752, it has three ornate Churrigueresque...
Circus fills up late in the night with hot young hardbodies lounging in heart-shaped chairs and howling at the variety shows. It’s also...
Centro Historico ; Chapultepec Guadalajara’s young and pretty pack into plush booths to sip chai lattes and nibble on panini at this...
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Arena Coliseo information
Watching masked luchadores (wrestlers) with names like El Terrible and Blue Panther gut-punching each other makes for a memorable night out. Expect scantily clad women, insult-hurling crowds and screaming doughnut vendors: it’s all part of the fun of this classic Mexican pastime. The neighborhood surrounding the beloved coliseum can be a bit dodgy – watch your pockets.