Population: 1,460,148 Mexico

Living in Guadalajara, Mexico:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Guadalajara, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Guadalajara what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Anyone moving to Guadalajara must drink tequila at some point. Tequila, the drink, takes its name from a town near Guadalajara. The town is easy to reach by bus or driving. Guadalajara also offers a lot of typical food and music. There are many culturally important places to visit, such as El Hospicio Cabañas. The city that never ceases to amaze!

Guadalajara is one of Mexico’s three most important cities, in the state of Jalisco. It is well known for its gastronomy and is the place where tequila was created, also the home of the Mariachi. This city is a must for any tourist that wants to know the roots and origins of Mexican history.

Valeria, says: 2020

If someone moves to Guadalajara you should consider that there is plenty of transportation to get anywhere. You can find all the good restaurants located downtown and if you are looking to have some fun there are some very nice places where you can find mariachi. Guadalajara culture is beautiful and people are very friendly.

Rebeca, says: 2020

Guadalajara is an amazing city as the people are warm and welcoming and the culture is rich and diverse, oh, let’s not forget about the mouthwatering food! There is never a dull moment here as there is a lot of things to do and see, from viewing breathtaking cathedrals to hiking in some its luscious mountains. The weather is perfectly sunny almost all year round, so there’s no excuse not to go to the beach! Also, the unforgettable music from the Banda and Mariachi bands will make you dance the night away.

Daniela, says: 2020

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