Murals and architectural styles are some of Guadalajara’s cultural exports, but the best well known is perhaps tequila. These guided tours give an overview of the unique offerings of Mexico’s “Pearl of the West.”
Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city, is a tech hub looking ahead while deeply indebted to its past. Tequila and mariachi are as important to the city’s character as the software and computer equipment produced there. And as home to the world’s largest Spanish-language book fair and an international film festival, its cosmopolitan reach is wide. Culture Trip has assembled a list of tours centered on tequila, though offering up a diverse overview of Guadalajara’s culture.
Live the experience in the magic village of Tequila on this half-day cultural tour from Guadalajara. You will get to harvest the fields of agave, taste tequila at a distillery and learn all about this famous drink.
Hi! Welcome to the only professional tequila experience. My name is Giancarlo, and I’ve been studying the tequila process for the last five years and making tequila tours for more than four years. One day I quit my job at the lab to become a conscious tequila and mezcal blogger, and I founded The Agave Experience to promote the crafted drinks and food of my country to the world. My tour is unique: I’m not just a tour guide, I’m a BIOLOGIST who has been learning and experiencing the process for the last four years.I am currently studying to become a MAESTRO TEQUILERO at UAG. Due to my master’s, I’m making a professional team with proper knowledge that will make an exceptional tour. 100% Trust. Personalized with a broad explanation of the process. We only work with the local and family businesses: small production, big passion.Vegetarians and Vegans welcome. If you are looking to have a real experience tequila tour and not a party one, this is for you. NO CROWDS, NO BUSES. ALL INCLUDED.
AdmissionTequila Herradura Express Train and Hacienda San Jose from Guadalajara
We pick you up at your hotel early, transfer to the train station, and board the modern train of Herradura. Your all-day shared tour begins with a train ride to Amatitan town. We start visiting the distillery and learn about the production process of making tequila, we have a tequila tasting, and a traditional lunch is served in a old factory of the hacienda. You will savor Mexican dishes while enjoying live mariachi music and traditional dance. Your experience wraps up with the return trip on the train to Guadalajara, as you may continue to enjoy the authenticity of the Tequila Herradura.
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ToursMexican Muralism Cultural Tour in Guadalajara
Enjoy the architectural beauty and the historical and cultural significance of Guadalajara as you learn about Orozco and his murals on this half-day tour. Your tour includes transport and a professional guide.A maximum of 6 people per booking.
Get acquainted with Tlaquepaque and its culinary traditions on this 3-hour food tour! Taste delicious local dishes and sample the tequila of Jalisco while surrounded by the art, folklore and mariachi music of Tlaquepaque, a small town near Guadalajara. You’ll visit seven traditional food venues with your knowledgeable local guide against a backdrop of beautiful mansions that house the town’s museums, art galleries and handicraft stores. Enjoy personal attention on this small-group tour, limited to 16 food lovers.
AdmissionGuadalajara and Tlaquepaque City Sightseeing Tour
View the magnificent architecture of Guadalajara and the beautiful handicrafts of Tlaquepaque! During your sightseeing tour, you’ll stop at important landmarks in Guadalajara’s historical downtown, full of colonial buildings like the main Cathedral and Teatro Degollado (Degollado Theater). Walk through the enormous Mercado Libertad (Liberty Market) before continuing by air-conditioned minivan to nearby Tlaquepaque, where you’ll have time to stroll the cobblestone streets and crafts market.