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  • 1

    Instituto Cultural Cabañas

    7 reviews

    It is amazing, a lot of history it use to be a house for kids withouth parents, now it's a museum a lot of paints if u pay for a tour u can learn the story, some people thing that it's haunted by the kids that use to live there, but during the day it is great

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  • 2

    Templo Expiatorio

    6 reviews

    Construction on this neo-Classical gem was begun in 1897, and took seventy-five years to complete. And while the exterior stands out in Guadalajara, make sure your visit includes viewing the interior of the breathtaking Church!

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  • 3

    Historic Downtown Guadalajara

    5 reviews

    Historic downtown Guadalajara is the most evocative area of this sprawling metropolis (just look for the 'zona centro' signs if you're driving or taking a taxi into town). It's like how you imagine Mexico to be: full of parks, plazas and palaces. Did I mention the cathedrals and and old-school theaters?). A couple not to miss are the Metropolitan Cathedral ...

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  • 4

    Catedral Metropolitana

    5 reviews

    It's our cathedral, it is old and the architecture is nice and old so if u are in the history downtown u should, give it a try to go inside

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  • 5

    Estadio Omnilife

    4 reviews

    Great place bad bad parking.

  • 6

    Zoológico Guadalajara

    5 reviews

    It has nice parts like the "Safari", but in general it is a zoo that has not have any improvement for more than 10 years (except for the safari and the herpetary (reptiles and amphibians). If you have an extra day in Guadalajara and you have children, spend the day in the zoo, but you will have to walk a ...

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  • 7

    Mercado San Juan de Dios

    5 reviews

    Also known as Saint Johnnys, the black market of Guadalajara, good place to find discounted goods such as tequilla and used Nikes and such. But can be kind of shady.

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  • 8

    Teatro Degollado

    2 reviews

    Quite frankly, this is the most beautiful opera house I have ever seen. Constructed in 1866, the Degollado is located in the center of the city.

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  • 9

    Expo Guadalajara

    1 review

    Feria Internacional del Libro de Guadalajara - Guadalajara International Book Fair

  • 10

    Parque Metropolitano

    1 review

    It is a nice and big park to spend the day with family, a lot of activities, IF u want to go on a weekend u have to go early bacause there's a lot of people those days

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  • 11

    Puente Matute Remus

    1 review
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  • 12

    Cinépolis Centro Magno

    1 review

    I gave this a five star rating because it is located in the fabulous Galeria Mall.

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  • 13

    Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan

    1 review

    The Church of Our Lady of Zapopan was begun in the late 17th century and not finished until near the end of the 19th century. It was named a Basilica by Pope Pius XII in 1940.

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  • 14

    Lola Lolita

    1 review

    Great place for night life, hang out with friends and good music

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  • 15

    Palacio de Gobierno

    1 review

    The Palacio de Gobierno is located just east of the Guadalajara Catedral. It is the central offices of Jalisco Province, which includes the city of Guadalajara.

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  • 16

    The Goddess Minerva Statue

    1 review

    The Statue of the Greek Goddess Minerva features the goddess standing on a pedestal, surrounded by a large fountain, with an inscription which says "Justice, wisdom and strength guard this loyal city".

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  • 17

    The Rotunda of the Illustrious People of Jalisco

    1 review

    "To the north of the Cathedral, you will find the Plaza de la Rotonda. This is a shaded green space with the monument Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres, (Rotunda of the Illustrious People of Jalisco) honoring notable people from the state of Jalisco who distinguished themselves in arts, science, education, human rights, law, and politics."

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  • 18

    Ex Convento del Carmen

    1 review

    The Convento del Carmen was build in the middle of the eighteenth century. It is no longer a religious Convent. However it serves certain public functions such as cultural and artistic events

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  • 19

    Mural de la Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz

    1 review

    This building dates back to the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. It was a convent at one time, but has been transformed into a great library named for the great Mexican intellectual, poet, and writer, Octavio Paz.

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  • 20

    Naie cOoL

    1 review

    jejejje ia q no hay trabajo harems un bar nocturno!!!!.... =))

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