If you need something transported, visit this outfit, which ships boxes and cartons (minimum 1 cu meter) internationally.
The tourist office is in the defunct estación de ferrocarriles (train station), about 2.5km due west of the center and just north of the mammoth bus station. Staff can help with planning and booking an ascent of the…
One of half a dozen generic booths scattered around the city, all with the same hours. You'll find others in Jardín San Francisco, Plaza de las Américas (Zapopan) and outside the Instituto Cultural de Cabañas in Pla…
Upstairs in the Casa del Artesano. There's also handy and helpful tourist information booth close to the junction of Juárez and Progresso opposite El Parián.
Enter from either Morelos or Paseo Degollado. English-speaking staff offer very basic information on Guadalajara, the state of Jalisco and the upcoming week’s events.
Upstairs two blocks east of Avenida Tonaltecas and north of Avenida Constitución on Moreles. For free walking tours email ahead on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handy and helpful tourist information booth close to the junction of Juárez and Progresso opposite El Parián that gives out pictorial neighborhood maps.
The tourist office has maps, info and a particularly useful website in a score of different languages.
Keeps a regularly updated list of local English-speaking doctors, including specialists and dentists.
Guadalajara's main post office is two blocks northeast of Place de la Liberación.