Shopping in Guadalajara Region

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    Tienda Vinísfera

    If you'd like to learn more about and/or taste Mexican wine, head for this combination shop and cafe-bar north of Chapultepec. Along with a large selection of red and white wines ranging in price from M$100 to M$4000, you'll also find a dozen craft beers from Jalisco state. Take away or sip same in the cafe or delightful back garden.

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    Chahuistle

    A Mexican design shop in a particularly cool pocket of Colonia Americana. Come here for artisanal items with a hipster twist: handstitched dog collars, modern accessories with indigenous designs, organic soaps and creams, Day of the Dead jewelry, and whimsical art. The quality is tops and the prices more than fair.

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    Antigua de México

    A 'wow'-inducing Tlaquepaque boutique with gorgeous furniture showpieces, such as benches carved from a single tree, which are displayed in expansive, old-world courtyards. Are those ancient coaches actually for sale?

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    Mercado San Juan de Dios

    Massive – at 40,000 sq metres, it's the largest indoor market in Latin America – and labyrinthine and selling pretty much everything bar the kitchen sink, what is officially called Mercado Libertad is best foraged for its street food, in particular its tortas ahogadas made with a crispy sub roll ‘drowned’ in a spicy pork stew. Grab plenty of napkins.

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    Del Corazón de la Tierra

    This lovely shop in central Tlaquepaque, whose name translates as 'From the Heart of the Country,' specializes in indigenous art; look for decorative items from Jalisco and Nayarit as well as textiles from Chiapas and Oaxaca. A great spot for one-of-a-kind mementos and gifts.

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    El Nahual Gallery

    This well-stocked shop in the Casa de las Flores sells some of the finest ceramics pieces, figurines and masks in the region. Owner and collector Stan Singleton is ready and eager to explain the processes, organize workshop visits and advise on purchases.

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    La Contra

    Guadalajara’s largest and classiest wine shop stocks only Mexican wines – 300 different vintages – priced at between M$150 and M$4000. Staff are eager to help and assist in selection.

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    Taller de Cerámica Paco Padilla

    This is the workshop and showroom of noted Tlaquepaque ceramicist Paco Padilla. It's within easy walking distance of the famed Museo Pantaleón Panduro of award-winning ceramics pieces.

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    Viceroy Tabaquería

    A central Guadalajara tobacco shop that doubles as what many consider to be the city's best tequila vendor. It has more than 150 labels of tequila at great prices.

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    Orígenes David Luna

    Tlaquepaque-based shop with a tremendous lighting selection, elegant handbags, hammocks and even its own in-house restaurant, Casa Luna.

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    Teté, Arte y Diseño

    Offers massive chandeliers, reproduction antique hardware and one-of-a-kind woodcarvings in its Tlaquepaque store.

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    Plaza del Sol

    Plaza del Sol, 7km southwest of the city center, is one of those big shopping centers where locals go to get their fix of fancy-label shopping. To join them, take bus 258 going west from the corner of San Felipe and Avenida Alcalde, or 707 TUR bus going west on Avenida Juárez.

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    Centro Magno

    This large shopping center, 2km west of the city center, is popular with locals seeking a dose of retail therapy. To reach it, take bus 258 going west from the corner of San Felipe and Avenida Alcalde, or the 707 TUR bus heading west on Avenida Juárez.

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    Craft Market

    This daily craft market, set up along Av Chapultepec between Av Vallarta and Av de la Paz, sells all manner of local handicrafts, from pottery and dolls woven from corn husks to sombreros.

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    El Desván de Don Quijote

    This large shop has stacks of used paperbacks – many of them in English – and the friendly owner is often willing to buy or trade stock.

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    Galerías Guadalajara

    Galerías Guadalajara, 8km west of the center, is the biggest and swankiest mall in town. It's served by bus 25.