3 things you need to know before going to Guadalajara

3 things you need to know before going to Guadalajara

With a humid subtropical climate, Guadalajara is an all year around tourist destination, with temperatures rarely rising above 32 °C. The city invites you to travel back in the 16th century, visiting its ancient monuments, parks, fountains. The best time to explore the city is the season of fall (October and November) because this way you can avoid summer rains, cold winter nights and the warm days of spring season. The famous International Book Fair also known as Feria Internacional del... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Guadalajara

Tourist guide to Guadalajara

Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco in Mexico and also the second largest city in the country. It is considered to be a colonial city, although much of the architecture is dating from the period of independence. Although, it is a more relaxing city compared to Mexico City, its center may seem a bit stuffy and dusty, especially during peak hours. However, it is still a wonderful city with many beautiful areas. Guadalajara is one of the metropolitan areas with the fastest g... [ read more ]

The Monuments in the City of Guadalajara You Must See

The Monuments in the City of Guadalajara You Must See

Guadalajara is one of the biggest cities in Mexico, it is located above the left bank of the river Rio de Henares, at approximately 56 km from Madrid and today is pretty much under the influence of capital. We would like to briefly present you the history of the city that mostly influenced the actual look of the city. In the following we enlist the monuments in the city of Guadalajara you must see, which include churches, palaces, streets and other antique buildings.   The... [ read more ]