Guadalajara & Tequila
A heady blend of old and new, Guadalajara and nearby Tequila boast ancient traditions, impressive architecture, and a world-class gastronomic scene.
Colonial city Guadalajara is a melting pot of everything from grand edifices to picturesque, artistic neighborhoods. It is the place to experience the full spectrum of Mexican life though traditional dance, elegant restaurants, world-leading businesses, and striking architecture. A trip to Tequila offers tranquility among agave plants, old ranches, and magical distilleries.
Use the itineraries below to generate ideas for your vacation. Each itinerary is completely customizable – you choose your dates, accommodations, activities and more to create your perfect Mexico holiday.
4 Travel Itinerarie(s) Found
Cultural & Culinary Getaway to Guadalajara
This 4 day trip is perfect for an extended weekend to learn about Mexico's most iconic emblem of tequila. Indulge in VIP experiences to
|Guadalajara & Tequila, Off the Beaten Path|
|4 days||From $Please inquire|
Spirit of Mexico: San Miguel Allende & Tequila Experience
Discover the Antiguo Camino Real, the original trail Spanish Conquistadors used to transport silver and treasures, with stays at a vint
|Guadalajara & Tequila, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende|
|7 days||From $Please inquire|
Mexico’s Central Highlands & Pacific Coast
Discover some of Mexico's most culturally rich states, including its capital, and immerse yourself in mariachi, folklore, colonial citi
|Colonial Mexico, Guadalajara & Tequila, Guanajuato, Mexico City, Pacific Coast, Puerto Vallarta & Punta de Mita|
|12 days||From $Please inquire|
Food, Wine and Tequila in Colonial Mexico
This trip will captivate your senses through personalized private tours, an exclusive tequila tasting, hands-on cooking classes, visit
|Colonial Mexico, Guadalajara & Tequila, Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende|
|9 days||From $Please inquire|
Guadalajara & Tequila Highlights:
- Guadalajara – The capital of Jalisco and the second most populated city in Mexico, Guadalajara is the birthplace of mariachi music. Old colonial charm meets modern living in a city that boasts shopping, museums, sporting events, and much, much more.
- Tequila – One of Mexico’s Pueblos Magicos, Tequila is a must-visit for anyone interested in the country’s most celebrated export. Discover how this world-famous spirit rose to prominence and sample the very finest drinks from the source.
- Guachimontones – A magnificent archaeological venue sitting to the west of Guadalajara, the Guachimontones Pyramids are a breath-taking sight. Visitors can hike to the top of these conical Mesoamerican structures for gorgeous views and a wonderful photo opportunity.
- Lake Chapala – Framed by towering mountains, the gorgeous Lake Chapala is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Visitors can wander along the water’s edge soaking in the peaceful atmosphere. Nearby town Ajijic offers serenity, cobblestone streets, and an artistic vibe.