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Guadalajara, Mexico Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 58
Total Sleeping Rooms 8,737
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 557
Committable Meeting Rooms* 27
Convention Center Space 119,419 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 35,001 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate MXN 2,104
Average Daily Meal Cost MXN 1,032
Average Weekly Car Rental MXN 1,922
*Maximum for a single hotel

Guadalajara, Mexico Things to Do and Attractions

Plaza Tapatia

Located in the heart of the Historic Center of Guadalajara, Plaza Tapatia is a 5.2-acre series of patios built in the 1980s by Juan Gil Elizondo. Plaza Tapatia has a number of monuments and fountains, including the fountain representing the

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Cabanas Cultural Center

Opened in 1843 and designed by Manuel Tolsa and Jose Gutierrez, the building in which the Cabanas Cultural Center is housed is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The cultural center is located on the eastern side of the Plaza Tapatia in the

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Degollado Theater

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Once called the Alarcon Theater at its debut in 1866, the newly renovated and refurbished Degollado Theater is home to the Philharmonic Orchestra of Jalisco. The theater puts on operas, jazz concerts, plays and a mariachi festival that runs every

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Libertad Market

Also named the market of San Juan de Dios, the Libertad Market offers visitors a colorful array of Mexican goods made by locals from the state of Jalisco. From leather shoes and sombreros, to silver jewelry and clay figures, the Libertad Market is

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Tlaquepaque

The bohemian neighborhood Tlaquepaque is Guadalajara's artisan center, famous for its beautiful colonial architecture and the diversity of locally made handcrafts. Ceramic plates, flowerpots and vases spill out of the shops and galleries onto the

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Jose Cuervo

An easy one-hour drive from Guadalajara brings visitors to the municipality of Tequila where the beverage of the same name is produced and distilled. Tours can be arranged to visit the plantations - declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2006 -

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Tequila Express

This all-day tour includes a train ride from Guadalajara to the municipality of Amatitlan where the blue agave grows abundantly and tequila is processed. The visit to the Hacienda San Jose del Refugio and its distillery includes tequila and beer

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La Tequila

With 150 different types of tequila, the Mexican restaurant, La Tequila, is truly inspired by the agave plant that grows abundantly in the state of Jalisco. Prices range from $15 to $20 USD. The restaurant's large modern complex combined with the

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Bariloche

An upscale Argentinean restaurant serving Angus-quality meat, seafood and pastas in a comfortable and elegant environment, Bariloche is one of Guadalajara's finest restaurants. Prices range from $20 to $30 USD. The second floor of the restaurant is a

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Talento

A spacious fusion restaurant, Talento offers a variety of international dishes in a modern setting and minimalist decor. Talento has won the Star Diamond Award four consecutive years from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences. The restaurant

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La Vaca Argentina

Famous for its delicious steak, La Vaca Argentina is a little removed from Guadalajara's city center, but the experience is worth it. Prices range from $20 to $45 USD. Some of its specialties include Argentinian empanadas, doughy shells filled with

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Guadalajara Country Club

Guadalajara's perfect year-round weather and urban development have lead to the construction of a number of golf courses, including the Guadalajara Country Club. The club facilities include an 18-hole, 6,900-yard golf course with tennis courts, a

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Tonala

Another local artisans' center, Tonala is a town on the outskirts of Guadalajara where indigenous craftspeople from the region come to sell and exhibit their work. Once home to the Zapotecs and the Tonaltecas, Tonala hosts a large market on Thursdays

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Lake Chapala

Mexico's largest natural lake, Chapala, covers 271,324 acres, and is home to a variety of flora and fauna, as well as local fishermen and thousands of residents from the U.S. and Canada. Surrounding the lake are a number of small, picturesque towns

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