Situated in the Primavera Sierra, 20 km (12 mi) west of Guadalajara along the Guadalajara-Tepic Highway. It is considered the most important national park in the metropolitan area and acts as the cityâ€™s lungs. It has a territorial extension of 36,229 hectares (89,485 acres), full of pines and Encino oaks. Inside the park you can […]
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Â Dozens of bus routes provide transportation around the city. As of March 2008, regular busses cost five pesos; there are also luxury buses (Turquesa, Tur and Cardenal) costing slightly less than 1 dollar. Look on the front window of the bus to see where it will go, and ask the driver if you’re uncertain. […]
Birria, tortas ahogadas, and chilaquiles are some of the most traditional dishes in Guadalajara. The food court in the Mercado Libertad is good place to sample the variety of local specialties. * Birria Birria is a savory stew made of roast chiles, spices and traditionally goat, though you will usually be given other meat […]