On the road from Guadalajara, before jetting off to Puerto Vallarta, a quick stop in the ultra-local Sayula, Jalisco, was a rustic reprieve from one bustling city to another. The tiny Mexican city is primitive, historic and filled with local charm — a worthy diversion for a daytrip with the family while traveling through the area or for travelers seeking an authentic hometown Jalisco experience.
While urban wine country might sound like an oxymoron, it’s actually a reality at the stunning City Vineyard in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. The water-side venue is the perfect host for your next event — whatever that may be, from 20 to 200 guests and from cocktail party to plated dinner.
In the western state of Jalisco in Mexico, Guadalajara boasts some incredible Mexican culture, including historical landmarks, idyllic neighborhoods, fun shopping, dining and live mariachi music. Bring the family and paint the town read with very little green (or multicolored peso, in this case) and explorer Guadalajara cheaply.
The birthplace of mariachi music, tequila and charrería (Mexican rodeo), the Mexican state of Jalisco delivers family fun for all ages, from the tiniest tot to Grandpa and Grandma. Here are three destinations in Jalisco the whole family can enjoy.