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International Mariachi and Charros Festival picture in Guadalajara
Mexico's Second-Largest City picture in Guadalajara
Agave Fields picture in Guadalajara
Torto Ahogada picture in Guadalajara
Plaza de Armas picture in Guadalajara
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Architectural Marvels picture in Guadalajara
Soaring Heights picture in Guadalajara
Guadalajara Cathedral  picture in Guadalajara
Instituto Cultural de Cabanas picture in Guadalajara
Parque Agua Azul picture in Guadalajara
Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres picture in Guadalajara
Templo Expiatorio del Santísimo Sacramento picture in Guadalajara
Zoo picture in Guadalajara
San Juan de Dios Market picture in Guadalajara
Tequila Express picture in Guadalajara

Traditional mariachi music and dance fill the streets during this August festival. sassy1902 Getty Images

After Mexico City's population of 8.8 million, Guadalajara is the country's second-largest with about 1.5 million people. camaralenta Getty Images

For tequila tastings, travelers can head to the city of Tequila and sample the spirits at several distilleries. camaralenta Getty Images

One of Guadalajara's signature dishes is the torta ahogada, a pork sandwich that's drenched in broth and served with onions and a lime wedge. arturogi Getty Images

Visit the city's Plaza de Armas any evening (excluding Saturdays and Mondays) to catch a live music performance. Spaces Images Getty Images

Save room in your suitcase to pick up some colorful local handicrafts. ©fitopardo.com Getty Images

Walk through the streets of Guadalajara and you'll find yourself surrounded by architectural marvels. urosr Getty Images

The soaring ceilings of the Templo Expiatorio del Santisimo Sacramento are just one of the awe-inspiring sights in this architecturally rich city. Jonathan Jacobo / EyeEm Getty Images

The Guadalajara Cathedral, with its signature golden neo-Gothic bell towers, is one of the region's architectural wonders. holgs Getty Images

This former orphanage is full of hidden gems, including lovely courtyards and awe-inspiring art. diegograndi Getty Images

Parque Agua Azul is where locals go for a fresh breath of air and some green space. azndc Getty Images

The Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres' columns encircle some of Jalisco's greats, from artists to military generals. ChepeNicoli Getty Images

This working church also goes by the name Temple of Atonement. ChepeNicoli Getty Images

Visitors can see the Guadalajara Zoo's animals from a number of vantage points, from a safari truck to a chair lift. Daniel Stoychev Photography Getty Images

This large market (also called Mercado Libertad) is described by recent visitors as a maze. JVT Getty Images

The Tequila Express takes travelers on a train ride through agave fields to the Casa Herradura Distillery for tastings, a mariachi performance and a buffet lunch. Cesar Ramirez Flickr

International Mariachi and Charros Festival picture in Guadalajara
Mexico's Second-Largest City picture in Guadalajara
Agave Fields picture in Guadalajara
Torto Ahogada picture in Guadalajara
Plaza de Armas picture in Guadalajara
Arts & Crafts picture in Guadalajara
Architectural Marvels picture in Guadalajara
Soaring Heights picture in Guadalajara
Guadalajara Cathedral  picture in Guadalajara
Instituto Cultural de Cabanas picture in Guadalajara
Parque Agua Azul picture in Guadalajara
Rotonda de los Jaliscienses Ilustres picture in Guadalajara
Templo Expiatorio del Santísimo Sacramento picture in Guadalajara
Zoo picture in Guadalajara
San Juan de Dios Market picture in Guadalajara
Tequila Express picture in Guadalajara

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