"Charreria in Guadalajara Tour"
A charreada is a Mexican rodeo, and in Jalisco it is very popular a real recognized sport with strict rules and lots of competitions. In some ways it is Mexican for NASCAR. Both men and women compete, wearing colorful Mexican cowboy costumes trimmed in silver studs. The horsemen show off there lasso ability and make their mounts dance to a live Mariachi band, while vendors go through the stands selling drinks and and snacks.
Charreria competitions are held in Guadalajara every Sunday in different locations, competitions lasts approximately two hours. During the Mariachi Festival, the Mexican National Charro Championship will be held September the first weekend in September.
|10:30 hrs||We start from your hotel or home.|
|11:45 hrs||Tour of the Historic Center of Guadalajara (Cathedral, Roundabout of Illustrious Jalisco, Liberation Square, Plaza de Armas, Government Palace, Degollado Theater).|
|12:30 hrs||Transfer to Lienzo Charro.|
|13:00 hrs||Explanation of Charrería, national sport for excellence.|
|14:30 hrs||Transfer to the Magical Town of Tlaquepaque, explanation of its history and culture. Free time to explore.|
|16:30 hrs||Transfer to your hotel or home.|
|*Does not include food|