This tour combines the history of the buildings of Guadalajara and the artisanal magic of Tlaquepaque, starting at the places where the heroes of Independence developed important historical moments that were captured in the murals of José Clemente
Orozco, sculptures and engraved plates that testify to the pass of the time that has been written about and speak of a promising future for our city.
Tlaquepaque can show you all those Mexican feelings mixed with the incredible imagination of the creative artisans. You will like to take a part of it.
With a very well planned logistics we collect all our participants in their hotels through 3 routes: Historic Downtown Hotels, Expo Zone Hotels, and Providencia Hotels. In less than 30 minutes we are at the starting spot where we meet our guides and start the tour.
With mariachi music as background our guide welcomes you to the most important tour of the region because it is the tour that tells our story. The houses, buildings, monuments and streets tell the story of the city by themselves and as we get closer to the center of the city, we can go back in time to the Spanish colony period in the mid-sixteenth century.
Our guide takes the common thread based on the interests of the participants in the tour connecting history, culture, fun, gastronomy, and other important peculiarities of our city that we are certain that more than one will be of your interest.
This route starts at the Government Palace and the cross of squares that make up the Plaza de Armas, Plaza Guadalajara, Rotunda of the Illustrious Jalisco and Liberation Square franked by the Government Palace itself, Cathedral, Regional Museum and ends at the Degollado Theater.
We continue the tour walking through Tapatia Square from the Founders’ Square, to Hospicio Cabañas, passing by alleys, fountains and monuments of the city.
After visiting the Hospicio Cabañas and seeing the work of the Muralist José Clemente Orozco, we will continue our journey by car to Tlaquepaque as we go on recapitulating the recently acquired knowledge.
Once in Tlaquepaque, our guide will give you a brief tour through the pedestrian street and the main galleries to later encourage them to discover on their own each of the galleries and places of interest of this pottery town.
Although the day seems to be going very fast, we have to return but, do not worry, ask our executives an see how we can extend the fun.
Thank you for sharing this day with us.