In 1561 Phillip II, King of Spain, gave the order to build it, and it was dedicated to the Virgin of Assumption in 1618 and consecrated on October 12, 1716; since then it has gone through many...

It is a monumental sculpture formed by 5 wrought pieces in bronze and built by hand. The central figure measures 25 meters high and the allegories 6 meters high; each one weighs 23 tons. It is a...

Free show where the fountains look like fantasy, they dance to the pace of the music and at night their color changes.

It was designed by the architect Manuel Tolsá, at the end of the XVII century. It was inaugurated in 1810 and concluded after several interruptions in 1845. Built in Neoclassic style, the fronton...

It was on servece the 30 of December of 1958. It is one of the largest roofed markets in México, with an area of 40,000sq. meters, in which you will be able to find crafts of different materials...

In this same place, before this house made of quarry, stained windows, and dog sculptures existed, the first printing house of the city was here, where "El Despertador Americano", considered the...

Enjoy Mexican folklore, tequila and the best typical cuisine of Jalisco, in this your "Tapatio Yard."

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Welcome to our Mariachi Square, which has a...

It was previously named "Plaza de los Laureles or Plaza del Ayuntamiento" (Square of City Hall), but the current name was given in commemoration of the 450th Anniversary of Guadalajara Foundation...

It was inaugurated in February 5th in 1982. It occupies nine square blocks with an approximate surface of 70,000 square meters. It also has two main walkways, one in the subsequent part of the...

Its construction began in 1949 and was concluded in 1952; it was made by the architect Vicente Mendiola, who reproduced typical local elements. Among them the central patio, the corridors and...

Monument that dates back to 1952, Circular enclosure that consist in 17 non-based grooved columns holding a ring quarry. In which is kept 98 urns that contains the remains of illustrious...

The Degollado Theater was inaugurated in 1866 with the opera "Lucia de Lamermoor" with Angela Peralta, the Mexican soprano performing in the main role. When it was inaugurated, the original...