Guadalajara is blessed with a dry, sunny climate most of the year. The rainy season runs from June to September. Some of the city’s major festivals include the Fiesta Internacional del Mariachi, held in late August to early September, and the month-long Fiestas de Octubre.
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This hotel offers an upscale atmosphere for business travelers in the heart of the city's exclusive corporate and financial district.
Jalisco has its own miniature version of America’s Grand Canyon, the Río Grande de Santiago, on the northeast side of Guadalajara. It is sixteen miles long and from two to five miles wide.
Located near Guadalajara’s city center, the colorful town of Tlaquepaque was founded by Totonac natives who preceded the Spaniards.
The area offers charming galleries, shops, and cafes nestled amid quaint cobblestone streets.
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