Enjoy a diverse range of things to do during your stay at Hotel Guadalajara Plaza Expo Business Class. Our hotel is located moments from popular attractions like museums, shopping malls, sporting and entertainment venues and more. Marvel at the magnificent architecture of the Cabañas Cultural Institute and the Metropolitan Cathedral “The Assumption Of Mary”. Treat the family to a day of fun at the Guadalajara Zoo or go for a relaxing hike on the trails in “La Primavera” Forest. Shop for eclectic crafts, souvenirs, food, clothing and more at Libertad Market, then spend an evening checking out the vibrant nightlife on Chapultepec Avenue.
When planning your Guadalajara adventure, our front desk staff will be happy to recommend popular local attractions and things to do.
The Plaza de los Mariachis that is located on the Independencia road between Javier Mina and Álvaro Obregón. Its real name is "Plaza Pepe Guízar", in honor of that famous composer from Guadalajara, among his works is the very famous "Guadalajara". In the square there is a bronze bust of the founder of Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, Silvestre Vargas. Actually it was built to create a meeting place for the mariachis and here you can also enjoy many kinds of Mexican snacks to the sound of music 24 hours a day.
The Museum of Arts of the University of Guadalajara, which since 1994 carries out tasks of conservation and dissemination of the arts, aims to create an environment conducive to the enjoyment of the aesthetic experience, in an architectural space of high historical significance and benefited from a Unbeatable location. It is projected as a place where art and culture in general exist as living entities, to enable interaction between the public and the work of art.
In this mythical avenue of the city of Guadalajara, which is between Av Mexico and Niños Héroes, there are along the same, on both sidewalks, many bars and restaurants, plus a variety of establishments, such as bookstores, art forums and coffee shops . In its wide ridge, exhibitions of art are exhibited and, vendors are installed who offer diverse objects, mainly, handmade.
The Barranca de Huentitán (also known as Barranca de Oblatos) is located in western Mexico, north of the municipality of Guadalajara, Jal. and between the limits of the municipalities of Tonalá, Zapotlanejo, Ixtlahuacán del Río and Zapopan in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara.
Definitely a great option to go with family or friends. There are many options you can do there: Mountain Biking,
Trail Running, Camping, Hiking,
Bathe in hot springs etc. Not for something is the seat of multiple careers and competitions
There are several ways to reach the one that makes it more versatile.