Guadalajara, the most Mexican of Mexico’s cities, offers tourists and travelers alike a wide range of traditional and contemporary
attractions to ensure a fulfilling and enjoyable visit to Mexico’s second largest city.
Home of Mariachi, Mexico’s traditional folk
music, Guadalajara retains a colonial feel with its numerous plazas and stunning architecture, and without the apparent dangers and
city rush of the capital. Moreover, if you’d like to sample the local brew – Tequila is just an hour away and is a must for any visitor
Enlivened by a substantial student population, Guadalajara is also a growing attraction for the younger generation and
guarantees many a lively Tequila fuelled night out at any of the spirited bars or nightclubs that scatter the city. Jalisco state
is also a hotbed of adventure sports such as surfing and paragliding.
Our appartments are located in picturesque Tlaquepaque, only 20 minutes from the center of Guadalajara. Tlaquepaque ( pronounced Tla-que-PAH-que
- meaning loosely 'the place above clay land') is world famous for its handcrafts, stone and metal ware and galleries.It attracts
some of the best designers and artists from Jalisco as well as many a tourist looking for a high quality piece of furniture, art work
or designer item.
Tlaquepaque is an extremely pleasant place to wander around, take a breath and maybe a bite to eat - from the tranquil
main plaza, around the shops and restaurants to the more bustling market stalls.