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day 1
November 28
Morning. Begin your day by visiting the Hospicio Caba as [11470], a UNESCO World Heritage site that houses a collection of murals by the renowned Mexican artist Jos Clemente Orozco. Then, head to Guadalajara Cathedral [11469], a stunning example of Spanish colonial architecture that dates back to the 16th century.
Afternoon. Take a stroll through the Guadalajara Historic Center [11521], which features a variety of historic buildings and landmarks, including the Degollado Theater (Teatro Degollado) [11506], a neoclassical theater that is home to the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra. Stop by Tlaquepaque [11510], a charming suburb of Guadalajara that is known for its artisan shops and traditional crafts.
Evening. End your day in the Governor's Palace (Palacio de Gobierno) [11520], which features a beautiful mural by Orozco depicting the history of Jalisco. Then, head to the Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres [11518], a roundabout that features statues of Jalisco's most famous citizens.
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day 2
November 29
Morning. Start your day at the Plaza de Armas [11512], a public square in the heart of Guadalajara that features a statue of Miguel Hidalgo, a leader of the Mexican War of Independence. Then, head to the Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan (Bas lica de Nuestra Se ora de Zapopan) [11507], a 17th-century church that is home to the revered Virgin of Zapopan.
Afternoon. Visit the Templo Expiatorio del Sant simo Sacramento [11565], a Gothic-style church that features stained-glass windows and a beautiful altar. Then, head to Mariachi Plaza (Plaza de los Mariachis) [24247], a lively square that is home to numerous mariachi bands.
Evening. End your day at the University of Guadalajara Museum of the Arts (MUSA) [11511], which features a collection of modern and contemporary art from Mexico and around the world.
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day 3
November 30
Morning. Take a day trip to the town of Tequila, located about an hour from Guadalajara. Here, you can take a tour of one of the local distilleries and learn about the production of tequila, Mexico's national drink. You can also take a ride on the Tequila Sightseeing Trains [12861], which offer stunning views of the agave fields and the surrounding landscape.
Afternoon. Head back to Guadalajara and visit the Mirador Independencia Park (Parque Mirador Independencia) [11724], which offers panoramic views of the city. Then, head to Selva M gica [25000], a popular amusement park that features roller coasters, water rides, and other attractions.
Evening. End your day by visiting the Pantale n Panduro Museum (Museo Pantale n Panduro) [11508], which showcases the work of the acclaimed Jaliscan artist. Alternatively, you can visit the Guadalajara Wax Museum (Museo de Cera de Guadalajara) [27454], which features wax figures of famous people from Mexican and world history.
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