Get married in the Perla Tapatía recreating the style of the golden age of Mexican cinema.

In the west of Mexico, just in the central part of the Jalisco State, is Guadalajara, the capital city of the state, with its very clear blue sky and temperate climate, known internationally for its charrería arts, mariachis, and tequila.

Guadalajara and its surroundings were and continue to be chosen by directors of national and foreign films as scenarios in the recording of their cinematography, among which stands out “¡Ay Jalisco…no te rajes!” with Jorge Negrete and Gloria Marín, a film that propelled Negrete to fame not only in Mexico, but in the world.

The emblematic figure of Tito Guizar, a tapatío actor who is considered the first charro of Mexican cinema, lives on in the folkloric atmosphere of this great city where the stereotype of the charro was built over time, who at the end of the 30’s consolidated this character as the strong man, romantic and enamorado, who besides playing the guitar, sings, works in the field, is a horse rider and wears with elegance the characteristic costume of the charro jalisciense, consolidating it as the icon of the mexican charro, which maybe you will identify with.

In another aspect, Guadalajara proudly displays its Historical Center, which houses the Catedral Basilica de la Asunción de María Santísima, dating from the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century, as the most elegant and conservative sacred enclosure for a religious ceremony, the wedding videography and photography opportunities at this specific church are amazing.

Within the Historic Center also inhabit plazas and monuments, parks, museums, churches, art galleries and hotels. As well as all kinds of buildings, among which we find the Degollado Theater, with its neoclassical architecture; the Instituto Cultural Cabañas, which is World Heritage and where the work of José Clemente Orozco is contemplated in one of the domes, titled “El Hombre en Llamas” (The men in flames). As well as other buildings of colonial architecture and architectural styles such as Baroque, Neoclassical and Art Nouveau, developed in four centuries of history.

Among the places of cultural and recreational interest is Paseo Chapultepec, with its painters, artisans and booksellers, and the Guadalajara Zoo considered the most important in Latin America for the variety and number of species. And also, shopping centers in which Guadalajara has been a pioneer in Latin America.

With five hotel zones: Zona Minerva, Zona Centro, Zona Expo, Zona Financiera and Zona Rosa, the latter, with bars and nightclubs, Guadalajara is recommended by herself, as one of the best destinations to plan your wedding and make film recordings. And also to offer your guests, the proximity of Los Pueblos Mágicos of the region, among which are, Chapala with its flora of pines and oaks; Mazamitla, with its facades and picturesque streets; Tapalpa, with its ancient temples and craft activity surrounded by a wooded landscape; Tequila, where you can enjoy the process of making this traditional drink and Lagos de Moreno, full of museums and plazas with its colonial architecture. Places that due to their natural attractiveness can also be thought for your honeymoon and as scenarios of your own wedding film.