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Plaza de los Mariachis

Near the intersection of Av Juarez and Calz Indenpendencia, the square is the birthplace of the mariachi music. Do come.

De Los Mariachis 16A, San Juan de Dios, 44360 Guadalajara, JAL, Mexico

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Attractions near to Plaza de los Mariachis

  • Guadalajara Cathedral

    The city's most beloved landmark from the 16th century is just magnificent. Come admire the amazing art this building has to offer. Stunning.

  • Mercado Libertad

    One of the largest indoor markets in the country, where almost anything is available – food, clothing, accessories, movies, videogames, etc.

  • Expiatory Temple

    The temple leaves the visitors standing still in awe due to the amazing exterior and interior. An architectonic gem and a must-see.

  • Degollado Theatre

    A vibrant cultural centre situated in downtown Guadalajara hosts a variety of drama, music and dance performances for everyone to enjoy.

  • Cabanas Cultural Institute

    Formerly an orphanage the deconsecrated church was decorated with series of murals. There are exhibition galleries surrounding the courtyard.

  • City Museum

    This museum tells the story of the Guadalarajan past. It is well worth checking out for anyone interested in the local history.

  • Guadalajara Zoo

    A very large zoo with a reptile house, various aviaries and a petting zoo for children. The many animal species include tigers and lions.

  • Carmen Temple

    A lovely sanctuary with a decorated dome full of old paintings, murals and golden leaves is situated on a small plaza near the centre.

  • Palacio Municipal

    Even though the building looks ancient, it was actually built between 1949 and 1952. It is still worth checking out for its artistic value.

  • La Minerva

    A statue of a Roman goddess situated on the Ignacion L. Vallarta Avenue became a gathering place after Mexican football nationals.

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