Guadalajara is the capital city of the Mexican State Jalico. Situated in the western-Pacific region of Mexico, Guadalajara has more than five million residents and is considered as the second most populous city in Mexico. The weather in Guadalajara is not as humid as compared to other cities in Mexico since it's located about 1585 meters above the ground.
The city of Guadalajara is famous for having amazing rose gardens, colonial architecture, and historic plazas. The city is a mixture of old tradition and modern life which made Guadalajara as a favorite place among tourists.
One of the important attractions in the city is the Guadalajara Cathedral. This historical cathedral was constructed in 1561. In 1818, the Cathedral was destroyed because of an earthquake and underwent major reconstruction. In 1875, another earthquake destroyed the Guadalajara Cathedral and when it was reconstructed, a dome was added to it. The Cathedral is constructed with various influences from baroque to neoclassical top Moorish and even Gothic styles.
Another area of interest is the Zoologico Guadalajara, a 34-heacter of restored land. Zoologico Guadalajara is a modern ecological center and zoo in one. Built in the year 1988, the place is constructed to preserve and protect different engendered species. In Zoologico Guadalajara, one can find reptile section, aviary, interactive museum, petting zoo, and its amazing roofed auditorium with 3500-seating capacity.
Lastly, another must see place is the Centro de Ciencia y Tecnologia Planetario, the city's planetarium. The place was opened to public in 1982 and was named after Severo Días Saavedra, a Spanish scientist and priest. If you are looking for a place to discover more about science, then this is the right place for you.