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Why Famous
  • The Regional Museum of Jalisco houses ethnological and historical items.
  • Guadalajara, visit the beautiful Baroque churches, the Cathedral and Templo de Santa Mónica.
  • Lake Chapala is the largest lake in Mexico.
Facts Destination
  • Jalisco is located in the center of Mexico.
  • Jalisco is bordered to the northwest by the Mexican state of Nayarit; to the north by the Mexican states of Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, and San Luis Potosí; to the east by the Mexican states of Guanajuato and Colima; and to the west by the Pacific Ocean.
  • alisco has large mountain ranges (sierras) including the Sierra Madre Occidental, with plateaus.
  • Jalisco is the fourth most populous federal entity in Mexico.
Area Info
  • It has an area of 80,137 square kilometers (30,941 square miles).
  • Its capital is Guadalajara.
  • The Lerma River begins in México state and runs into Lake Chapala.
Why Visit
  • Tlaquepaque is the Regional Museum of Ceramics.
  • Puerto Vallarta is one of Mexico’s most popular seaside resorts with several bays and beaches like Yelapa, Playa del Sol, Las Palmas and Bahía de Banderas.
  • Tourists enjoy sport fishing, rock climbing, and mountain biking.
Best Time
  • Best time to visit is between November, and March.
How to reach
  • Most foreign visitors travel to Guadalajara via flights from one of many North American gateway airports.
  • For travelers on a budget, battalions of daily buses roll south from the border gateway towns.
  • Guadalajara-Don Miguel Hidalgo Airport and Puerto Vallarta International-Gustavo Diaz Ordaz Airport provide international flights to and from Jalisco.
  • The Guadalajara airport is the second-busiest airport (after Mexico City).
  • you can avoid most midday heat by visiting during late summer, fall, or winter.
  • Cocula has a museum dedicated to the art of the mariachi (traditional Mexican music). 
  • The Instituto de las Artesanías Jaliscienses (Arts and Crafts Institute of Jalisco) is in the capital, Guadalajara.
  • Zoológico Guadalajara is a major zoo in the capital.
  • There are also twenty-seven theaters, including the Lakeside Little Theater.
  • A museum of paleontology (the study of fossils).