|Options abound to hang out in the Metropolitan Area. While the downtown of Guadalajara is still characterized by its bohemian atmosphere, the so-called Zona Rosa is placed immediately to your taste with its diversity of spaces.
Av. Paseo del Zoológico #600, Guadalajara, Jalisco
Since 1988, when it opened, it has been characterized as an ecological center of great importance, as it helps the reproduction and preservation of endangered species. It also offers a variety of attractions and live entertainment, including the serpentarium which is considered the largest in Latin America.
Paseo del Zoológico # 600, Guadalajara, Jalisco
The largest entertainment attractions park in the west of the country's, features 38 rides divided into 3 sections (Child, Family and Extremes), a dolphinarium with capacity for 3000 people, a bird show theater and more than 15 food and beverage modules.
Guadalajara is a city of music lovers and there are many places to enjoy different types of this. Nightlife in Guadalajara is full and has a wide variety that will satisfy the desires of the most experienced nocturnal animals. Discos, clubs, salsa, jazz and piano bars, extravagant shows along with the many restaurants featuring live music and other entertainment are enjoyed throughout the city.
Its modern architecture integrates a system of movable walls that allow different configurations up to 16 rooms. Thanks to its modern infrastructure, the site is able to accommodate a wide range of entertainment, cultural activities, conferences and congresses. It is 15 minutes from Zapopan downtown Zapopan and five 5 minutes from the ring road of the city.
Once selected to host the sixteenth edition of the Pan American Games in 2011, Guadalajara modernized and expanded its sports infrastructure to become a host for high-called "Party of America." Guadalajara with an excellent climate throughout the year make Guadalajara the perfect place to practice any sport or activity such as cycling or walking on Sundays in the “recreational lane” within the main avenues of the city or explore the wonderful ” Bosque de la Primavera” or “Huentitan Canyon “ for adventure activities.
Guadalajara has beautiful championship golf courses, sports clubs, specialized schools of football, swimming and horseback riding, all of these makes our city ideal for multi-sport disciplines at all levels.
But those who are fans and spectators of soccer cannot fail to mention that it is the home of some of the best known team as "Las Chivas" which Sports Stadium has the best and most modern facilities of its kind, becoming a most representative Sport Building of the city and the perfect setting of the Inauguration of the Pan American Games in the year 2011.
Jalisco Monumental Stadium
Jalisco Stadium is a football stadium located in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. It was founded in 1960 and has hosted the World Cup 1970 and World Cup 1986. It is currently the home of the Atlas Team and the Black Lions of the University of Guadalajara.
Calle 7 Colinas No. 1772, esquina con la Avenida Fidel Velázquez a una cuadra de la Calzada Independencia, en la Colonia Independencia, C.P. 44290, en Guadalajara, Jalisco, México.