Travel & Accommodation

Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

Guadalajara, the capital city of the state of Jalisco, is a culturally significant metropolitan city located in western Mexico.

How to get there...

Fly to Guadalajara's International Airport: Aeropuerto Internacional Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla (GDL).

From there, take a taxi (you will see taxi signs as you exit the terminal, where you can pay and receive instructions to get your assigned taxi) or rent a car to get to your accommodation. Uber & Didi rideshare drivers are not allowed to pick up at the airport, but they are available for easy, convenient, and affordable transport throughout the region and to drop you off at the airport.

GDL airport is...
~30 mins from Lake Chapala
~40 mins from Guadalajara

Hotel Suggestions at
Lake Chapala

Hotel Real de Chapala

This hotel is walking distance from the reception/celebration venue & close to the church, too. Transportation to the ceremony and to the reception from this hotel location is pre-arranged for our international guests.

(Note: prices on the left are in Mexican pesos, MXN)

Hotel Suggestions in Guadalajara

We recommend staying in/near these hotels (not in the city center):

Want to explore Mexico?

In Guadalajara

Near Guadalajara

In Mexico

Here are places that we recommend, in case you want to explore Mexico.


Guadalajara Cathedral

Teatro Degollado

Hospicio Cabañas

A charming town located on the outskirts of Guadalajara, famous for its pottery and crafts. Here, you can find art galleries, antique shops, and excellent restaurants.

This impressive cathedral is located in the heart of the city and is a stunning example of neoclassical architecture. The cathedral features beautiful stained glass windows and an impressive pink quarry facade.

A beautiful neoclassical-style theater that has become a cultural landmark in Guadalajara. Here, you can enjoy operas, ballets, concerts, and other performances.

A historic building that now houses a contemporary art museum. The building itself is impressive, but you can also find interesting and unique exhibitions there.


Tequila Town



A small city located on the Pacific coast of Mexico. It's known for its beautiful beaches, delicious seafood, and historic architecture.

A charming town known for its production of tequila. Here, you can visit tequila distilleries, learn about the process of making tequila, and sample different types of tequila.

A town known for its handicrafts and pottery. Here you can find unique souvenirs and traditional Mexican crafts.

This beautiful town, located on the shores of Lake Chapala, is just a short drive from Guadalajara. It's a popular spot for water sports, fishing, and relaxing.

Mexico City

The capital city of Mexico is a must-visit destination. Here, you can explore the historic center, visit world-class museums, and sample delicious Mexican cuisine.


A popular beach destination located on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. It's known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and vibrant nightlife.


A beach town located on the Caribbean coast of Mexico, known for its beautiful beaches, ancient Mayan ruins, and crystal-clear cenotes.


A city in southern Mexico known for its colorful architecture, traditional markets, and delicious cuisine. It's also a great place to learn about Mexican crafts and culture.

San Miguel de Allende

A charming colonial town located in central Mexico. It's known for its beautiful architecture, art galleries, and colorful festivals.

Puerto Vallarta

A beautiful beach town located on the Pacific coast of Mexico. It's known for its stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife, and delicious seafood.


Full of colorful colonial buildings, narrow alleys, and ornate churches, the city's historic center is pedestrian-friendly and perfect for strolling, with many cafes, restaurants, and shops lining its streets.

Los Cabos

Los Cabos is a popular destination for beach lovers, with beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters. It's also home to some of Mexico's most luxurious resorts and restaurants.