|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$28.75|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$0.61|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$32.20|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$2.30|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$5.48|
|Milk (1 liter)||$1.01|
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Come and travel to Guadalajara, one of Mexico's leading cultural centers, and one of the largest cities in Mexico itself. If you're not a fan of Mariachi music, you may soon become one, as Guadalajara is the home of Mariachi. Ariba!
If you're a fan of culture, history, religion, or beautiful Renaissance style architecture, come to visit the Catedral of Guadalajara. The cathedral was originally built in 1541, but has been damaged and rebuilt numerous times since then. With gorgeous Renaissance architecture, neo-gothic style attributes, the building is in and of itself a sight to behold, in the style of many large European cathedrals. The cathedral also contains relics from St. Innocent, a sight for all to behold. Tip for travelers: The cathedral is an active church, so modest dress and quiet behavior is suggested.
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If it's local history that you seek, the Museo Regional de Guadalajara is your ideal next stop, complete with regional art, architecture, artifacts and archeology. Whether you'd like to see the skeleton of a colossal wooly mammoth or early Spanish art, this is definitely where you need to head. The building itself is also a wonderful piece of architecture, built in the colonial style of the 16th century.
Love tequila? Than the Jose Cuervo Distillery Factory and Tour is the next stop on your list. This is the largest Jose Cuervo distillery, which makes over 70 different tequilas and alcohol products. Take the tour and learn about the entire distillery process, get free drinks and have a few tequilas and margaritas. This tour is considered exceptional, albeit 'touristy,' so go with that expectation in mind. Tip: Check Jose Cuervo's website for tour times, as the tour times to be rather irregular.
Come and visit Guachimontones Pyramids, about 45 minutes away from Guadalajara, but home to a type of distinct architecture, unseen in the rest of the world. The pyramid was used by the Teuchitlan people (before the Aztecs) in order to pray and worships Ehecatl, their deity. A UNESCO world heritage site, the Guachimontones Pyramids is more than 2,000 years old. The town nearby the pyramids is also a delight, with fishing, excellent tacos and Mexican food and a place to walk around and buy fun trinkets.
Like shopping? Then you'll love San Juan de Dios, a 3 story market that sells everything from fresh produce to DVD's and guitars. This is the perfect one stop shop so that you can shop until you drop! Come for breakfast, shop for clothes and handmade boots until lunch stay for some handmade, homemade tacos and you've got affordable gifts for the whole family and have eaten plenty of excellent meals. Tourists beware, the butcher's area on the ground floor is not for the faint of heart; you'll see your share of hacked up animals and strange animal parts.
Guadalajara is the perfect place to take a solo trip or a family vacation. Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Guadalajara throughout the internet, so be sure to take a good and long look at our prices.