Palacio de Gobierno
The Palacio de Gobierno, which houses state government offices, was finished in 1774. It’s open to the public – just walk in – and it’s...
Templo de San Agustín
South of the Teatro Degollado is the baroque-style Templo de San Agustín, one of the city’s oldest and loveliest churches.
Plaza de la Liberación
East of the cathedral, this plaza was a 1980s urban planner’s dream project – two whole blocks of colonial buildings were eviscerated to...
The dark marble courtyard bar at this hotel encourages you to relax back into another era, where waiters in bow ties treat you like a...
A 1950s-era cafe that is open all day, but best for a huevos rancheros breakfast (fried eggs on a corn tortilla with a tomato, chili...
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Centro Historico ; Chapultepec
Guadalajara’s young and pretty pack into plush booths to sip chai lattes and nibble on panini at this casual hippie-chic café, home of the city’s best brunches. A second location, in a restored mansion in the upscale Zona Rosa has a sunny terrace and free wi-fi.