Plaza de los Mariachis
Just south of Avenida Javier Mina, this is the birthplace of mariachi music. By day it’s just a narrow walking street, flanked by...
Templo de Santa María de Gracia
Six blocks east of the Templo Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes is the fairly unremarkable Templo de Santa María de Gracia, which served as...
Instituto Cultural de Cabañas
Standing proudly at the eastern end of the brilliant Plaza Tapatía is one of Guadalajara’s architectural icons – a Unesco World Heritage...
Café Galería André Breton
Tucked away on a side street on the eastern side of the Centro Histórico is this charming bar, cafe and live-music venue. As bohemian as...
Plaza Tapatía information
The fabulously wide pedestrian Plaza Tapatía sprawls for more than 500m east from Teatro Degollado. Stroll the plaza on Sundays and you'll find yourself in a sea of locals who shop at low-end crafts markets, snack (from both street vendors and cafes), watch street performers and rest on the low walls of gurgling fountains. The plaza dead ends beautifully at the Instituto Cultural de Cabañas.