Guadalajara on a weekend

September 16, 2016
Visiting this city on a business trip or a quick getaway? Guadalajara has everything you need to feel the pride of being Mexican. Here we share the best places to visit and which are unmissable; let's get started! The Cathedral Named one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Mexico, this is one of the most representative buildings of the city of Guadalajara. It was built in 1561 and houses unique works of art as the canvas of the Immaculate Conception, the work of the Spanish artist Murillo; observe its beautiful Renaissance façade. The Historical Center Here you will find the Government Palace, which boasts a magnificent mural of Miguel Hidalgo. If you walk around the area, you will find the Teatro Degollado, where the abolition of slavery was declared during colonial times. Last but not least, visit the Humanity Heritage, Hospicio Cabanas, you will find the mural "Man on Fire". Tlaquepaque Here, in addition to tasting the best of the regional cuisine, is the ideal place to buy various handicrafts.  Local artists surprise the visitors with incredible artworks in materials ranging from brass to skin or mud. Zapopan Near the historic center you will find this town, renowned for having one of the most important religious buildings in the country: The Basilica of Zapopan. This building shelters the Virgin of Expectation, if you want to attend her celebrations, they start from October 12th. Guadalajara is a place with endless places to see and visit. If you find yourself visiting this iconic city, stay at the Best Western Gran Hotel Centro Historico, where you will find the best price and service. For more information, call 01800 904 7500.