In Jalisco, there are more than 1,500 archaeological sites. The following are the most emblematic ones in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Being located 2000 meters above sea level, Tapalpa in Jalisco welcomes you with the aroma of pine trees, oaks, oaks, and flowers that surround it, as well as the smell of wood-burning to keep homes warm.
Mazamitla in Jalisco is nestled in the heart of the Sierra del Tigre, a place full of history, tradition, magic, and dreams that invites you to immerse yourself in unforgettable experiences in one of the most emblematic and traditional towns in the western part of the country.
Tequila in Jalisco offers the best experiences and activities, so don't hesitate to take the time to do each one of them mentioned here.
Chapala is one of the 125 municipalities in which the Mexican state of Jalisco is divided. Its capital is the city of Chapala, located next to the lake of the same name, after which it is named.
Tlaquepaque is known for its artistic quality in the production of ceramics, pottery, blown glass, wood, and wrought iron. There are more than three hundred picturesque stores that are a real pleasure for those looking for unique products at good prices.
Tonalá is located to the east of the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara and is recognized for being the cradle of distinguished pottery masters.
Zapopan has several tourist attractions, modern first-class shopping centers, important entertainment centers, and the best hotels in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara.
Tequila is present in more than 120 countries around the world, where 55 countries grant international protection registration. The main countries where tequila arrives are the United States; Germany; Spain; France; Japan; Canada; and the United Kingdom.