Discover the Top Things To Do in Guadalajara
Grand Fiesta Americana Guadalajara Country Club offers a convenient location in the heart of Guadalajara’s business and financial district. Just outside our doors, you’ll find a diverse array of attractions and things to do in Guadalajara and beyond the city limits.
An ideal starting point is the historic city center, where majestic buildings such as the Cabañas Cultural Institute and the Degollado Theater can be found. Just 30 minutes outside the city is Tlaquepaque, Pueblo Magico, a destination teeming with activities and fun things to do. Riding the train to Tequila, Jalisco is a rich and unique cultural experience during which you can discover the essence and history of one of the most iconic tequila houses in Mexico. Several tour companies run trips to this small and vibrant town, including the Tequila Express & Casa Cuervo train.
When planning your visit, the concierge and staff at Grand Fiesta Americana Guadalajara Country Club will be happy to recommend fun things to do and see as well as assist with tours, tickets, transportation and anything else that you might need.
This indoor amphitheater is located in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico.
Chapala Lake Village
Lake Chapala is Mexico's largest freshwater lake and is located a short one-hour drive from Guadalajara along the border between Jalisco and Michoacán.
This stadium holds up to 11,000 people and its modern field is made of synthetic grass.
City Center / Hospicio Cabañas
Explore the historic downtown area.
Andares Shopping mall
Construction on the noble neoclassical Teatro Degollado, home of the Guadalajara Philharmonic, was begun in 1856 and completed 30 years later.
Take the famed Tequila Tour by train from Guadalajara to Tequila, Jalisco.
Tlaquepaque is a small village just outside of Guadalajara and is famous for its clay pottery, which can be purchased from vendors all across Mexico.
Parque Colomos is a really great spot to go for a run. Alternatively, non-exercisers will also enjoy the vast expanse of forest and paths that make up Parque Colomos in Guadalajara.
Avenida Chapultepec is the main hub of Guadalajara’s night life, but it also plays host to a weekly cultural tianguis (street market)
A Neo-Gothic style building built from 1897-1972, the façade is marked with three porches decorated with reliefs. The central bell tower is topped by a cross and its interior consists of three ships, one central and two lateral.