Second biggest city of Mexico, it's also the place where Tequila is cheaper and are a lot of Mariachis.
- Next vacations I'm going to Guadalajara
- That's a cheap Tequila from Guadalajara
Mexico's second largest city, around the 4 million people as of 2006.more...
The city's geography can be divided in:
* East-central: mostly empoverished ghettos, famous locally for the Obregón St., the city's red light district.
* North: a strange blend of ghettos, middle-class houses and upscale neighborhoods. The zoo, the planetarium, the Department of Transit and the Jalisco Stadium are located there.
* South: lots and lots of new middle-class neighborhoods, some ghettos (less than east-central though), a lot of pollution, and the place where you can find the city's biggest hills. The airport is located there, as well as the exit highway to Chapala.
* Far southwest: a little town about to be engulfed by the urban sprawl, and lots of big, posh neighborhoods, two of them in a hilltop. I happen to live in one of them.
* West-central: lots of cafés, restaurants, bars, art galleries, night clubs, furnitures, boutiques and big, tall buildings, as well as a couple of theaters. The best place to go out on a date.
* Eastern: this area is split in two: Tonalá and...