Plaza de Armas
Guadalajara’s twin-towered cathedral is the city’s most beloved and conspicuous landmark. Begun in 1558 and consecrated in 1618, it’s...
Directly west of the cathedral, Plaza Guadalajara is shaded by dozens of laurel trees and has great cathedral views, a few fine cafes...
Museo de Arte Sacro de Guadalajara
Don't miss the museum of sacred art, which quite appropriately sits inside the cathedral (the entrance is on the eastern side). It's...
The waiters here are dressed in white dinner jackets and the cash register, espresso machines and soda fountains are mint-condition...
Plaza de Armas information
Lonely Planet review
The Plaza de Armas, on the south side of the cathedral, is a sweet place to rest and absorb the surrounding history. Frequent free concerts take place on the attractive art nouveau bandstand.