Absolute stunning. Not on the grand scale of Europe but quintessential architecture. One of the must see places in this interesting and fun city.
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Visited Guadalajara for a several day vacation! It looks great. The cathedral is beautiful. There is a bit of improvement going on. Yet, not bad. It's a beautiful city with lots of places to visit. Our family decided to hire a Taxi to take us...More
This cathedral emits a profound energy of faith. It is a special and very old place and a visit to it and the surrounding plaza is a tourist must. Lots of surrounding museums. Early evenings the area is filled with people enjoying the warm evening,...More
I like to visit on Sunday's when from 6am - 2pm Luis Vallarta Avenue is closed to vehicles from Glorieta Minerva to downtown. This allows you to leisurely stroll down Vallarta and see all the sights including this magnificent cathedral.
A beautiful church, rich with Mexico's past within the country of Mexico. It can be seen with a tour of Guadalajara's downtown district. A must see if you visit Guadalajara.
The Guadalajara Cathedral is a must on your list of places to visit when in Guadalajara! There's a glass coffin with the actual body of Santa Inocencia, and her story brings you to tears! Watching her is quite an experience and watching the locals enter...More
Guadalajara Cathedral, or Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady, is a Catholic religious monument which began in 1541 as a primitive church of adobe with a thatched roof. Fire destroyed it in 1574. King Felipe ll rebuilt it in 1561 and it was totally...More
It's amazing how the build it, it's huge and the Jaliciense are very catholic people, and even if you are not a catholic it is a good place to visit