1. Guadalajara & Tlaquepaque Sightseeing Tour
Meet the two most representative towns in the state of Jalisco. Enjoy the cuisine, culture, crafts, and architecture that only this tour can offer. You will begin your tour by visiting the contemporary part of Guadalajara, starting with the roundabout of La Minerva, the representative guardian of the city, which was erected in the 50s. Continue towards the arches of the old entrance to Guadalajara, several 20 meters of height neoclassical arches, where one can appreciate the colors of the coat of arms of the state of Jalisco. You will also visit the sculpture of La Estampida and the Puente Matute Remus, a very stylish suspension bridge in the city. Head then to Chapultepec Avenue, the cultural corridor and one of the liveliest areas of Guadalajara. Continue your journey of old houses on Libertad Street, where you can travel to the end of the 1800s and marvel at architecture from the city's most beautiful time. Proceed with a visit to the Gothic temple of Expiatorio, also known as the Cross of Squares of the Historical Center of the city. And after visiting the Expiatorio Temple, you will continue with the panoramic tour of the historical center of the city. You will be visiting the Metropolitan Cathedral and discovering the murals of the Government Palace created by José Clemente Orozco. Walk through Liberation Square, stopping outside of the Degollado Theater, the headquarters of the mariachi galas held every September. Once Guadalajara is fully visited, you will be moved to Tlaquepaque, where your guide will show you the most important landmarks of the city, and then, will give you some free time for you to taste its food, especially recommended in one of the restaurants of the Independencia, followed by some typical sweets in a local store.