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Guadalajara Travel Guide
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The Town of Tequila

The Town of Tequila

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Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco. The city is a Spanish colonial atmosphere, although it is the agricultural, commercial and industrial centre of the western highlands.

Guadalajara celebrated its 450th anniversary in 1992. Throughout the centuries, the city has become rich in history, and to this day, many of the historic buildings still stand as reminders of the significance the city.
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One of the main attractions in town is the Cathedral which has a number of altars and a big art collection. There are also a lot of parks, the Parque Agua Azul and the Parque de las Armas are most noteworthy. Around the Cathedral there are two more parks, the Parque de los Laureles and the Parque de la Revoluciˇn.

If you want to go shopping you should head for the the Plaza Libertad. It has a colourful market with a wide range of locally produced goods.

If you are looking for tradional handcrafted items (including clothes) visit San Juan de Dios, an outdoor/indoor market located near Parque Morelos were you can find delicious tradional ice cream (raspados). There you will find a vast array of colorful items.

In October a big harvest festival takes place. Bullfights are organized as well as other activities.

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Guadalajara is blessed with an ideal climate and a wealth of colonial era architecture in a bustling downtown area filled with lavishly landscaped plazas, inviting parks and squares, and a friendly, welcoming attitude. Major sights include the cathedral, the Mercado Libertad (largest traditional marketplace in Mexico), and the Hospicio Cabanas (Instituto Cultural Cabanas), where you can see many of muralist Jose Clemente Orozco's most famous works.

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The streets of Tlaquepaque

The streets of Tlaquepaque

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in guadalajara i want to spend time over there



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Tequila express
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Highly recommeded for tequila aficionados as well as those that are looking to master this Mexican creation. A train will take you to the town of Amatitan (not Tequila), where you will visit the plant (belonging to Casa Herradura) where it is manufactured as well as a tour of the grounds along with tastings of course.
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Tequila
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The Town of Tequila
The Town of Tequila
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The town of Tequila is about 90 minutes from Guadalajara, and is famed for the alcoholic beverage of the same name. You can take a second class bus to Tequila from Guadalajara's old bus station (near Parque Aqua Azul) for MXN50 one-way. Once there, walk to the main square, where you can decide on which of the many distilleries to visit. There is also a church on the square, and a museum to visit.
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Tlaquepaque
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The streets of Tlaquepaque
The streets of Tlaquepaque
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Beautiful town, where u can find the best handcraft. This place has an antique atmosphere. The downtown is surrended by colonial buildings that now days are beautiful restaurants, where yu will be able to enjoy the mexican food, drink a Corona and sing with the Mariachis.
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