Parque Agua Azul
On Thursday and Sunday, Tonalá bursts into a huge street market that sprouts on Avenida Tonaltecas and crawls through dozens of streets...
To the right of the basilica, the Museo Huichol has a worthwhile display of artifacts from the Huichol people, an indigenous group known...
Offers a full menu of English-language guided tours. Options include walking tours of Guadalajara’s main sights (from M$413, four...
The newest and hippest venue to host a range of drama, dance and music performances is Teatro Diana . It stages traveling Broadway...
Guadalajara’s most celebrated restaurant is this superchic Chapultepec establishment, helmed by Irish chef Darren Walsh, who cut his...
Parque Agua Azul information
Lonely Planet review
This green oasis, a large, leafy park about 20 blocks south of the city center, is a nice place to rehab from too much urbanity. There are benches and lawns to lounge upon and jogging trails aplenty, so bring a good book or some running shoes. And check out the Orchid House – the orchids look their best in October, November, April and May. Bus 60 (or any marked ‘Agua Azul’) heading south on Calzada Independencia will drop you here from the city center.