Basílica de Zapopan
Zapopan’s pride and joy, the Basílica de Zapopan, built in 1730, is home to Nuestra Señora de Zapopan, a petite statue of the Virgin...
Museo de Arte de Zapopan
One block east of the southeast corner of Plaza de las Américas in Zapopan, MAZ is dedicated to modern art. Four sleek minimalist...
Centro de Estudios para Extranjeros
Part of the University of Guadalajara, CEPE offers several levels of intensive two- to five-week Spanish-language courses. Day trips,...
Drink with Zapopan’s young, sexy, moneyed bohemia in this converted home with a courtyard lounge, specialty cocktails and a jazz...
Fonda Dña Gabina Escolatica
This narrow, barnlike, side-street restaurant is bedecked in sunny colored textiles and specializes in pozole and a monumental toastada...
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Museo Huichol information
The Museo Huichol has a worthwhile display of artifacts from the Huichol people, an indigenous group known for their peyote rituals and bright-colored yarn art. It's just to the right of the Basílica de Zapopan (but inside the basilica grounds).