Living in Guadalajara
As the second largest city in Mexico, Guadalajara boasts a wide variety of alluring and distinct neighbourhoods. The older areas are full of old colonial buildings that house government offices, museums, bars and hotels, while fascinating new shopping malls have peppered other areas of the city.
The nightlife in Guadalajara is very much alive and well, and it spread out across most of the city. The Público is a local publication where you can obtain an up to date list of nightlife opportunities. However, the city is known to offer entertainment for everybody, with theaters, opera houses and ballet performances being very common.
Guadalajara has contributed much to the Mexican culture and cuisine, such as tequila, mariachi, charreadas (rodeos) as well as street-side tacos and tortas ahogadas.
The climate in Guadalajara is said to be one of the nicest and most consistent in the world. In the summer the temperature is usually about 28°C during the day and cools off to 23°C at night.
Winter temperatures are approximately 23°C. during the day and 14°C. at night. The humidity is quite low in Guadalajara, with it increasing somewhat during the June to August rainy season.
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