Plaza de Armas
The Plaza de Armas, on the south side of the cathedral, is a sweet place to rest and absorb the surrounding history. Frequent free...
Palacio de Gobierno
The impressive Palacio de Gobierno, which houses state government offices, was finished in 1774. It’s open to the public – just walk in...
Guadalajara’s twin-towered cathedral is the city’s most beloved and conspicuous landmark. Begun in 1558 and consecrated in 1618, it’s...
The dark marble courtyard bar at this hotel encourages you to relax back into another era, where waiters in bow ties treat you like an...
Quality comida típica (home-style food), affordable prices and ample portions keep this family diner packed; indeed, you may have to...
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Lonely Planet review
The waiters here are dressed in white dinner jackets and the cash register, espresso machines and soda fountains are mint-condition antiques, even though the rest of the decor is something of an afterthought. Come for breakfast: the huevos rancheros (fried eggs on a corn tortilla with a tomato, chili and onion sauce served with refried beans) and chilaquiles (fried tortilla strips cooked with chili sauce) have been favorites for 50 years.