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Mexican Muralism Cultural Tour in Guadalajara
"You will be picked up at 9am at your hotel. From there you'll head to the University of Guadalajara Auditorium. Here you'll get an introduction to Mexican Post-Revolution Muralism. The three main muralists of the time and a brief summary on Jose Clemente Orozco's life and work. Continue the tour and drive to the Government Palace to see the murals painted in two d visit to the Cathedral and the four squares surrounding the Cathedral the Degollado Theatre and Plaza Tapatia. Then visit the most emblematic building in the city a World Heritage Site and what the locals consider the jewel of the crown: the fabulous Cabañas Orphanage. It is here where Orozco painted what is considered his masterpiece: the Man of Fire. Admire all fifty seven of the intriguing fresco murals th
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Guadalajara and Tlaquepaque City Sightseeing Tour
"Your guide will pick you up by minivan at your hotel and take you to Guadalajara’s historical downtown to begin your city sightseeing tour. Stop at the Plaza de Armas home to the Guadalajara’s twin-towered cathedral. One of the city’s most magnificent landmarks the cathedral boasts a richly decorated interior with gold-leaf pillars Gothic vaults and a stained-glass window of the Last Supper. Head to nearby Liberation Square which takes up two whole city blocks filled with beautiful colonial buildings. At the Instituto Cultural de Cabanas where drama dance and music is performed
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Guadalajara City Tour
"The tour starts with hotel pick up 9:00 am and then heading to the historical downtown area where you will start your tour by visiting the most representative buildings and public places of the city such as the cathedral government palace cross of squares the “Degollado” theater Fundadores square Tapatia square and the “Instituto Cultural Cabañas”
From $45.00

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Tonala, Stores and Tianguis

A visit to Guadalajara is never complete without a trip to Tonala, at least for me!. Tonala is not the typical touristic place, is more a suburb area with the biggest marketplace for Mexican art...
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anagrettel
Apr 20, 2014

el baratillo

I was wondering why nobody ever talks about this sunday flea market ,, some of the biggest i ever seen, and i decided to honor it with a little comment.. When i said everything i meant that ... new...
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patricia1.nunez
Feb 26, 2009

Las Puertas

At first we were happy to get some of our furishings here. But after returning and trying to get our house furnished, we kept having problems. They were slow about having things ready when they said...
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m1nkey
Mar 02, 2008

Central Marketplace

Near the center of town, you can ask around, and be directed to the central marketplace, or mercado, where there are several floors jammed with vendor booths selling all manner of handcrafts and other...
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atufft
May 29, 2007

Wanna be a cowboy?

One other fashion that is strongly present in Guadalajara are cowboys and leather products. You can go in a shop and come out dressed as a genuine cowboy, wearing leather boots with spurs, cowboy hat...
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Enzyme_X
Apr 28, 2005

Lots of shos in the center

Walking through Guadalajara center I just couldn't miss many shops with women wedding dresses. There where so many I wonder how allof them can have enough costumers for survival. So, I guess, wedding...
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Apr 28, 2005
 
 
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El Parián, Tlaquepaque

El Parián, Tlaquepaque is a plaza lined with shops and cafes where mariachis stroll. , Settle in for a cafe or some great people-watching. hand made Jewwlry
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Ekahau
May 23, 2006

La Casa Canela, Tlaquepaque

La Casa Canela, Tlaquepaque is a 260-year-old mansion with great Mexican treasures, some of them going back a century or two. It specializes in hand-carved furniture.
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Ekahau
May 19, 2006

Avenida Independencia, Tlaquepaque

This is a a walk down, a pedestrian street that's chockablock with shops. Antigua de Mexico has fine reproductions, paintings and decorative items.
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Ekahau
May 19, 2006

Tonala

Tianguis are located all over town - in different neighborhoods - probably Tonala on Thurs. and Sun the most famous. We have an antique fair on Sunday over near Chapultepec Av. and Av. Mexico.
TAPATIA
Aug 14, 2004

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Avenida Ramon Corona 243, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44100, Mexico
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Lopez Cotilla 1739, Col. Lafayette, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44140, Mexico
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Avenida Lopez Mateos Sur y Moctezuma, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45050, Mexico
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Calle Venustiano Carranza 16, Centro Histrico, Guadalajara, Central Mexico, 44100, Mexico
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Victoriano Salado Alvarez 72, Col Ladron de Guevara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, 44600, Mexico
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Avda Mariano Otero 1326, Col San Diego Chapalita C.P., Guadalajara, Central Mexico, 44510, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Guadalajara

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Cabañas Cultural Institute

The Hospicio Cabañas biulding is a work of architecture which distinguishes the city of Guadalajara with its neoclassic beauty. Nowadays, this location is a cultural institute dedicated to propagating...
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Ekahau

"Guadalajara"
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"Guadalajara, Guadalajara!!!!!"
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"Mi Casa Mexicana"
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"Five Months in Guadalajara"
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"Guadalajara"
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