Zona Centro



The most beautiful area in the city undoubtedly is the Centro Histórico (Historic Centre), especially the Plaza Tapatía. A journey through history begins at the Catedral Metropolitana and ends at the Instituto Cultural Cabañas A first stop would be the Teatro Degollado. Probably the most picturesque walk is down the shady tree-lined Avenida Vallarta to wind up at Los Arcos (the Arches) and the fountain, tribute to Minerva. This scenic stroll leads past colonial era mansions, many of which have been converted to shops, eateries and discotheques, such as Lado B, La Marcha and the ever present Hard Rock Café.

Nightlife

California's Bar
Circus Club
Caudillos Disco
La Maestranza
Teatro Diana
Anime Bar
Lobby Lounge
LArVa
Teatro Degollado
Rooftop Terrace At Clarum 101
Queer Nation

Attractions

Royal Yak Casino
Museo de la Ciudad
Templo Expiatorio
Instituto de la Artesanía Jalisciense
The Diana Theater
Catedral Metropolitana
Iceland Guadalajara
Ex Convento del Carmen
Mural de la Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz
Orozco Murals
Santa Clara Ice Cream
La Casita
Huichol Museum

Restaurants

La Vaca Argentina
Chai
LArVa
Karne Garibaldi
Recco
I Latina

Hotels

La Perla BandB
Hostel Guadalajara Centro
Fiesta Americana Grand Guadalajara Country Club
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Las Torres
La Perla Boutique Bed and Breakfast

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