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 Guadalajara City Guide and Directory

Guadalajara offers its visitors an authentic Mexican culture with many attractions and places of cultural interest. The city has parks, fountains, gardens, plazas, and tree-lined avenues that one can easily and safely enjoy by foot, and you can visit the many colonial treasures in downtown like the Town Hall, the Cathedral, and the Government Palace.

All are full of historical wealth, including the cultural arts in the Degollado Theater or the impressive mural by Jose Clemente Orozco (famous painter of the Mexican mural movement in the 1920s) at the Cabanas Cultural Institute. Don't forget to attend to the exhibitions of pre-Colombian art at the many museums of the city. Some areas retain their rustic atmosphere so you can capture a slower pace of life in contrast with the typical metropolitan way of life that is bustling in the center of Guadalajara.

For transportation, Guadalajara is connected to the rest of Mexico via a modern highway system. For all of the many attributes and qualities the city has been given the name "Pearl of The West".

Hotel options in Guadalajara has increased as the city has become more business and culturally oriented. Guadalajara offers a great selection of hotels and resorts, from colonial-style lodgings to modern resorts which provide premium comfort and excellent services to their guests.

The many haciendas in Guadalajara have been restored and now offer service as hotels or restaurants. They represented the wealth of the owner of those early times, and are decorated and built in the elegant manner of the period.

The following businesses provide services in or around the Guadalajara area


B&B in Guadalajara Dickinson Guest House
The Dickinson Guest House in Guadalajara, Mexico is within blocks from Expo-Guadalajara Center and a short ride to the Historical District by using our Uber account. The sleek new hotels in this neighborhood attest to the the importance of this location as the new business hub of this large city as well as being close to the Colonial Spanish architecture of its past. This well-established area offers the finest eateries in the city.
Spanish language classes in Guadalajara IMAC Spanish Language Programs
If you are looking for quality Spanish language schools, IMAC is recognized as one of the finest Spanish Language schools in Latin America. Offering programs backed with over 40 years of experience, we have the best selection in Spanish Language courses, locations and extra-curricular activities.
Guadalajara boutique hotel LA FE Hotel and Arts
Historic 1930's, seven bedroom house, renovated into a cozy designer hotel and Art Gallery. Located in the "fun zone" the best bars, cafes, and restaurants are steps away. Complimentary breakfast, wifi, FlatScreen TVs and luxury bedding. We have 7 unique rooms with all amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible plus awesome staff very helpful with local insights on places to see and things to do. Trendy, walkable, safe, clean, tons of restaurants, bars, cafes, galleries to enjoy.
Mexico car rentals National Car Rental Mexico
For pleasure or business National Car Rental is your best option for rental cars in Mexico. With us you will always get the best deals on all types of rental cars. We have offices in twenty six cities in Mexico: Cd. de Mexico, Cancun, Cd. del Carmen, Chetumal, Culiacan, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Irapuato, La Paz, Leon, Los Cabos, Mazatlan, Merida, Mexicali, Monterrey, Playa del Carmen, Puerto Vallarta, Queretaro, Saltillo, San Luis Potosi, Tijuana, Toluca, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Veracruz, Villahermosa.


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