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Guadalajara Guadalajara is the Mexican culture par excellence in its maximum expression. Explore the capital of Jalisco with just some of the best things to do during your stay in Guadalajara. The lively city of Guadalajara, Mexico, has a rich cultural heritage, a tropical climate throughout the year and a truly Mexican experience that the Tapatios (how they call themselves their citizens) are proud and happy to share. The state of Jalisco, in western Mexico, is the birthplace of almost everything you associate with traditional Mexican culture: tequila, mariachi music, Jarabe Tapatìo (the famous Mexican hat dance). Its culinary scene, from humble street vendors of food and tacos to high-end restaurants, is truly delicious, and tapatía hospitality is reflected in its wide range of memorable world-renowned hotels in the most fashionable neighborhoods. With a lot of attractions and activities to compete easily with Mexico City, here are just 10 of the many great things to do in Guadalajara, Mexico. Guadalajara is the second most populous metropolitan area in Mexico after Mexico City. The metropolitan region has 7 adjacent municipalities. The city is located in the western Pacific region of Mexico, in the central zone of Jalisco. Its economy is based mainly on industry, especially in information technology and has numerous international companies with manufacturing facilities in the metropolitan area. The city is the cultural center of Mexico and is the home of mariachi music and the host of numerous cultural events such as the Book Fair in December at Expo Guadalajara and the International Film Festival, where numerous cultural events of international renown They attract international crowds. Guadalajara is the seat of the municipality and the capital of Jalisco. 10. Guadalajara Zoo Its incredible location makes the visit to the Guadalajara Zoo worthwhile: this great attraction overlooks the picturesque canyon of the Santiago River. This zoo offers a unique foreground experience that adults and children will enjoy and remember, as many enclosures are free of barriers and, therefore, animals can interact with visitors. Conservation and world-class gardening means that all animals are relaxed, happy and well cared for. 9. Wrestling Show at Arena Coliseo For a slightly more fun night of guaranteed fun, make sure you watch a traditional Mexican wrestling event! Every Tuesday and Sunday, the Arena Coliseo presents spectacular Lucha Libre shows that keep a noisy, animated crowd entertained and laughing all night long. This classic Mexican tradition includes extravagant costumes, spectacular acrobatics and generally a fun night for everyone. 1. Try some of the best foods in Mexico The delicious regional cuisine in a lively and cosmopolitan urban environment means that amazing food is never far away. The tacos with cheese are a classic, of course, but make sure you do not miss the spicy (and dirty) drowned cake, the tasty birria stew and the tamales stuffed with mole sauce. Locals also love copious breakfasts, so be sure to stop by the traditional market of tanguis El Mercado de Santa Tere for chilaquiles, muffin sandwiches or quesadillas. […]

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