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How many days do you need in Guadalajara Mexico?
Like the capital, Guadalajara has a hectic city centre but also some leafy, more upmarket neighbourhoods. There are also some excellent day trip options which is why I would recommend spending at least 4 days in Guadalajara.
How long should I stay in Guadalajara?
Guadalajara will be good for 3 or 4 days. Depends also if you are in a weekend stay. Tlaquepaque is one day, well spend, including fabulous gastronomic options. Tequila express tour to the Tequila town is a must.
What is it like to live in Guadalajara Mexico?
Guadalajara is a really great place to live as a foreigner. People are very warm and welcoming here and extremely friendly to foreigners. There is everything you need in the city. You have a great bar area, heaps of good restaurants and a lot of culture to discover.
How do you spend a day in Guadalajara?
One Day in Guadalajara: Itinerary At-a-Glance
- Breakfast at La Gorda.
- Guadalajara Cathedral & the Cross of Plazas (Plaza de Armas, Plaza Guadalajara, Rotunda of Illustrious Jaliscienses, Plaza de la Liberación)
- Teatro Degollado.
- Palacio de Gobierno (Governor’s Office)
- Lunch at Mercado Libertad.
- Hospicio Cabañas.
How is it to live in Guadalajara?
What is the difference between Mexico City and Guadalajara?
Well, that’s easy – Mexico City vs. Guadalajara. As the two biggest cities in the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, Mexico City and Guadalajara both have a lot going from them. These cities are developed, filled with modern amenities, and offer more than enough nightlife and eye candy to feed the needy.
What is Mexico City and Guadalajara famous for?
As the two biggest cities in the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, Mexico City and Guadalajara both have a lot going from them. These cities are developed, filled with modern amenities, and offer more than enough nightlife and eye candy to feed the needy.
Is Guadalajara dangerous in Mexico?
Neither Guadalajara or Mexico City are considered one of the more dangerous cities in Mexico – or Latin America. For the most part, cartel violence stays away from these cities and petty theft isn’t as common in Mexico as it is in other Latin American countries. Knock on wood.
When is the best time of year to visit Guadalajara?
As such, the cities aren’t exactly ideal during these times. Guadalajara also gets insanely hot from the middle of April until July. So, that’s another consideration when choosing where to stay. Overall, mid-September through the middle of April is ideal to check out Guadalajara. The other times of the year it’s too hot or rainy season.