Mexico is more than just palm trees, beautiful beaches and fruity cocktails. Cities around the country are becoming cultural hotspots. Guadalajara is not only a growing tech hotspot, but is also a great place for history, culture and food.
Guadalajara is situated in the heart of the tequila-producing region of Jalisco. Follow the tequila trail by touring different distilleries in the area. End at the tequila museum in Guadalajara.
San Juan de Dios Market
The largest indoor market in Latin America, vendors at Mercado San Juan de Dios sell produce, foods, clothing, shoes, bags, crafts and more. Get some local foods such as tacos or tortas at the food stands.
A cathedral has been standing on this spot since 1541, but various wars and natural disasters have required multiple reconstructions. The church also has a fascinating history.
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