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As Mexico City's more relaxed, safer and arguably more beautiful little brother, Guadalajara is fast becoming a major South American destination in its own right. At Hotels.com, we've handpicked the best Guadalajara hotels for visitors to choose from. Whether you need a child friendly hotel for a family adventure or a modern hotel for a business trip we can help you find your way. With the right hotel chosen and booked in advance, visitors to Guadalajara can start thinking about fitting in all the historical sites that the city's famous for as well as sampling the local delicacies and finding out where the best places to party are. Hotels.com provides you with all the latest hotel information, up to minute availability and hassle free booking to ensure you enjoy a smooth your stay in laidback Guadalajara.

What's Guadalaja Like?

Guadalajara boasts a seamless blend of pre-Hispanic and Spanish culture, making it a great place to discover the best of Mexican culture. This historical city owes much of its beauty to the architecture of both the Colonial and Independence eras. Guadalajara's most iconic landmark is its twin-towered 16th century cathedral, which stands proudly in view from much of the city. Further historical attractions include the city's many beloved plaza's, the ideal places to stop for a refreshment. The Plaza of the Crosses consists of four plazas set around the cathedral, each with their own signature style. Visitors can learn more about the Guadalajara's history and arts at the City Museum and the Art Museum, both located in the historical downtown area. One of the best ways to soak up the convivial nature of Guadalajara is by visiting the colourful Tonala street market. Adventure-filled days out include a trip to nearby Lake Chapala or taking the Tequila Tour to the town that gave birth and its name to this world-renowned national treasure.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Guadalajara

It's not hard to rub along well with the friendly locals in Guadalajara. Being sociable, respectful and smiley will go a long way. A great way to blend with the locals is by engaging with Guadalajara's most significant hobby, football. The city boasts two major stadiums, the Estadio Omnilife, home to Las Chivas football team and Estadio Jalisco, home to Atlas. You can also taste a more local side of life by trying the local specialities which include biria stew, tortas ahogadas, enchiladas and of course, tequila. Visit Hotels.com to find the perfect hotel for your Guadalajara trip.