Guadalajara is the second largest city in the country and it is ranked as the eighth best city to visit in Mexico and South America. Known as the land of tequila and mariachi, it is rich in history and traditions; it is also known as the Mexican Silicon Valley. You will find glimpses of its dazzling architecture in Hospicio Cabañas, a hospital built in century XIX, or in its cathedral.
Guadalajara has managed to make tradition and modernity coexist in a single space because it preserves centenary culture and tradition such as charrería, folkloric dance, jarabe tapatío and tequila, but it is also the main producer of technology and software.
|Patronal Party||Tuxpan January-20|
|Patronal Party||Zapotitlan January-12|
|Dances of Indians||Ojuelos de Jalisco May-01|
|Sr. Del Calvario||Lagos de Moreno August-06|
|Coronation of the Virgen de los Dolores||Mascota September-15|
|Headline Party||Yahualica September-29|
|Party and Employer Fair||Antonio Escobedo October 1er lunes|
|Traslado de la virgen del centro a Zapopan||Zapopan October-12|
|Patronal de San Andrès||San Andres Ixtylan November-30|
|Patronal Party||Atotonilco El Alto December-08|
|Patronal Party||Tequila December-08|
|Patronal Party||Juchitlan December-12|
|Fiestra Tradicional||Tonalá December 12 y 13|