Guadalajara

Guadalajara is the capital of the central state of Jalisco in Mexico, and the second-largest city in the country, with about a million and a half citizens. It is considered a colonial city, though much of its architecture dates from the independence period.

Guadalajara Hotels

Search for hotels in Guadalajara, 8 km southeast in Tlaquepaque and 8 km northwest in Zapopan.

Landmarks

Theater
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Opera house
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Art museum
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Historic site
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Capitol building
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Plaza
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Monument / landmark
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Park
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History museum
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Guadalajara Hotels

Rated 4.1 of 5
Calle Degollado 267, Zona Centro, Guadalajara
+52 33 3613 3256
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Rated 3.8 of 5
Av. Ramón Corona #160, Centro, Guadalajara
+52 33 3614 5714
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Rated 4.3 of 5
Av. Niños Héroes 3089, Av. Lopez Mateos, Av. Lazaro Cardenas, Jardines de Los Arcos, Guadalajara
+52 33 3122 2020
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Rated 4.4 of 5
Avenida Adolfo López Mateos Sur 2500, Ciudad del Sol, Mariano Otero, Zapopan
+52 33 3634 1034
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Rated 4.3 of 5
Calle Venustiano Carranza 16, Zona Centro, Guadalajara
+52 33 3942 5151
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Rated 4.4 of 5
Av. Mariano Otero 2397, Fracc. Residencial Victoria, Guadalajara
+52 33 5000 8080
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Rated 3.8 of 5
Calle Pedro Moreno 570, Centro, Guadalajara
+52 33 3613 0420
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Rated 4.5 of 5
Avenida Moctezuma 3515, Ciudad del Sol, Zapopan
+52 33 3678 1234
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Rated 4.3 of 5
Av. Agustín Yáñez 2760, Arcos Vallarta Sur, Guadalajara
+52 33 3540 9700
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Rated 4.2 of 5
Florida 305, San Pedro Tlaquepaque
+52 33 3635 8792
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Guadalajara Hotels

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Destinations nearby to Guadalajara:
GDL, Colonia Americana, Atemajac del valle and Las Juntas
Landmarks in the area:
Carburo, Junta, Estación Jocotan and El Cuatro

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