CAMINO REAL GUADALAJARA
Guadalajara Zoo and Selva Magica
It has an area of 40 hectares to house more than 360 animal species. It is located at Barranca de Huentitan. Its main attractions are: the aviaries, the herpetarium, the nocturnarium, etc.
It is open Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Selva Mágica is open Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Agua Azul Park
This is the most famous park in the city, the one preferred by the locals and the one that causes many expectations among tourists. It is located on Calzada Independencia Sur.
Lienzo Charro Jalisco:
"Charreadas" every Sunday at 12 pm. The length of this spectacle is approximately two hours, in which you can enjoy a very Mexican atmosphere livened up with mariachi music.
Jalisco and 3 de Marzo Stadiums
Soccer stadiums are a great attraction because you can enjoy soccer matches of your favorite national and international teams. Here is where true sport fans enjoy the most.
Nuevo Progreso Bullring
Located on Independencia Road, in front of Jalisco stadium, it is the place where you can attend the best bullfights and concerts by top performers.
To obtain more information about tourist attractions, refer to the Visitors and Guadalajara Conventions Office website.
Guadalajara is a city with great culture that nowadays is reflected in the architecture of buildings that reveal a wide variety of styles, as well as in the huge variety of churches that surround it.
The historic center consists of four squares, which form of a cross around the Cathedral: Plaza de la Liberación, Plaza de Armas, Plaza de Los Laureles and the Rotonda de Los Hombres Ilustres. You can visit all of them on the calandrias, which are the famous horse-drawn carriages of the city.
Located in the historic center of Guadalajara. A notable Churrigueresque-style building erected for the viceroy’s governors, nowadays it is the head office of the Jalisco state government.
It is considered as the cultural palace of Jalisco and it is located in the historic center of Guadalajara. Built in the 19th century, it has a neoclassical style with a strong Italian influence. It currently serves as the headquarters of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra and of the Guadalajara University’s Folk Ballet.
Guadalajara Regional Museum
Here you can find a mammoth and other ancient animal fossils exhibit; it is located in the historic center of Guadalajara
Cabañas Cultural Institute
The Cabañas Hospice has 23 internal yards and a domed chapel designed with a
neoclassical style at the end of the 18th century. For many years, it was an orphanage for abandoned children. It is located in the historic center of Guadalajara.