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  2. Guadalajara - Wikipedia

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    Guadalajara was the first Mexican city to be accepted as a member of the International Association of Educational Cities due to its strong character and identity, potential for economic development through culture. Guadalajara was designated as the World Book Capital for 2022 by UNESCO.

  3. Guadalajara is the capital and largest city of the Mexican state of Jalisco. It’s located in the central region in the Western-Pacific area of Mexico. Guadalajara is the 10th largest city in Latin America and the second most populous metropolitan area in Mexico. The city is named after the Spanish city of Guadalajara, meaning “river/valley of stones”.

  4. Guadalajara, Mexico 2023: Best Places to Visit - Tripadvisor

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    About Guadalajara. The inland city of Guadalajara is bursting with history and culture. Many attractions are in the city's historic center and in the neighboring city of Zapopan. Museums, parks and churches flourish alongside bullfights, rodeos and soccer (futbol). Nearby are the towns of Tequila, where the liquor of the same name is produced, and Tlaquepaque and Tonala, where artisans create an abundance of Mexican handicrafts.

  5. Guadalajara travel - Lonely Planet | Mexico, North America

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    As Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara delivers a less frenetic alternative to the nation’s capital. And, while many of the images recognized as Mexican have their roots here – mariachi music, wide-brimmed sombreros, the Mexican hat dance and charreadas (rodeos) – Guadalajara is as much a vanguard of the new Mexico as it is guardian of the old.

  6. Guadalajara | Description, History, & Facts | Britannica

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    Guadalajara, city, capital of Jalisco estado (state), west-central Mexico. It lies roughly in the centre of the state, in the Atemajac Valley near the Río Grande de Santiago, at an elevation of about 5,100 feet (1,550 metres). Its climate is dry and mild except for the rainy season, which extends from July to mid-September.

  7. Guadalajara Travel Guide | U.S. News Travel

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    Guadalajara, founded in 1542 by King Carlos V of Spain, is the capital and largest city in Jalisco, a state that is credited with inventing sombreros, rodeos and mariachi music. The city is also...

  8. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Guadalajara - Tripadvisor

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    Things to Do in Guadalajara Popular things to do Bus Tours Day Trips Specialty Museums Cultural Tours Half-day Tours Churches & Cathedrals Photography Tours City Tours Architectural Buildings Historical Tours Art Tours Parks Mountain Bike Tours Airport & Hotel Transfers Points of Interest & Landmarks Top Picks Luxury & Special Occasions

  9. Best things to do in Guadalajara, Mexico | CNN Travel

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    Guadalajara is Mexico's second-biggest city, yet gets way fewer visitors compared to the capital. Shutterstock Guadalajara is highly navigable on foot, which is good because the city's subway...

  10. Is Guadalajara Safe For Tourists 2023? - Layer Culture

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    Located in the center of western Mexico, Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco. Also, a popular tourist destination is located 200 miles east of Puerto Vallarta along the Pacific Ocean. Many people think of it as one of the most beautiful places to visit in Mexico.

  11. 15 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Guadalajara | PlanetWare

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    Guadalajara may be Mexico's second largest city and the capital of the state of Jalisco, but it is a city that has still managed to preserve the independent character of a town conscious of its own traditions. Guadalajara Cathedral | Photo Copyright: Meagan Drillinger