Guadalajara City is the capital of the state of Jalisco. Well known for being the land of the Mariachi and the Tequila, it is the Mexican capital that best represents the culture that identifies Mexico in the world. The metropolitan area offers a wide variety of cuisines and art and crafts. Guadalajara balances a cosmopolitan and relaxed atmosphere, without losing its colonial and traditional nature.
Tlaquepaque has become a must for anyone visiting the lakeside and serves as a huge showcase for the artisanal production of Jalisco State. Tlaquepaque has been the birthplace of many popular artists and ceramists that have innovated the famous ancient techniques, whose fine work has resulted in new and beautiful objects.
Although it is true that pottery is the most prominent craft in this region, is not the only one: wrought iron, blown glass, wool textiles, and cotton fabrics both made in shuttle loom or backstrap loom and leather objects of unsurpassed quality, among which include embroidered belts with pita and traditional charros finery, all together they form an irresistible spectacle even for the most skeptical visitor
• Entrance fees
• Tour guide
• An unforgettable experience
$ 2,350 pesos per person
• This tour begins at 8 am and ends approximately at 5 pm
• It is escorted by a certified bilingual tour guide
• Departure place Black Coffee across from Walmart Ajijic
• Reservation and ticket purchase required prior to the tour
Carretera Oriente 46
Ajijic – Lake Chapala Mexico