Explore the amazing gastronomy, culture, handicrafts, and architecture of the two most representative cities of the state of Jalisco.
We start the panoramic tour by visiting the roundabout of Minerva, the representative guardian of the city erected in the '50s. We then continue towards the 20 meter high neoclassical arches of the old entrance to Guadalajara, which mark the start of the Guadalajara-Morelia highway and where we can appreciate the colors of the coat of arms of the state of Jalisco.
Later, we will go to Chapultepec Avenue, a cultural corridor located in one of the liveliest areas of Guadalajara. Our journey continues towards Libertad Street, where you can travel towards the end of the 1800s and enjoy its magnificent architecture.
We then go towards the Temple of the Expiatorio, the Historical Center of Guadalajara, and the Metropolitan Cathedral, before stopping at the Government Palace to see Jose Clemente Orozco's murals.
After that, we will walk around the Liberation Square and see the Degollado Theater, where the famous mariachi galas are held each September.
The tour finishes in Tlaquepaque, where you can try the specialties from a restaurant in the Corredor Independencia and visit a traditional sweet shop.