Just walking around Tlaquepaque is an adventure in discovery. Your senses will be delighted with the splashing sounds from a courtyard fountain and mouth-watering aromas wafting from a nearby restaurant as sumptuous feasts are prepared. Spend the day at Tlaquepaque and enjoy excellent Mexican cuisine, fine French dining, and an on-site brewery and wonderful lunches in an intimate garden setting. Every palate will be satisfied at Tlaquepaque's four exceptional restaurants.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village with over 40 unique shops and beautiful galleries is modeled after a traditional Mexican village that included fountains and colorful tiles.
Fashioned after a traditional Mexican village, Tlaquepaque is one of the most charming shopping experiences I've ever had. Wander the cobble st oned pathways and vine covered walls to find galleries and shops offering unique pieces and gifts. While it gives you the feeling that you are in an historic village setting, Tlaquepaque has only been around since the 70's. Pick up artisan gifts and if you're lucky, you will encounter artists at work. With over 40 specialty shops and exclusive art galleries, you're lucky to find countless treasures, including a few the kids will enjoy!
Our favorites included:
- Feliz Navidad, which specializes in handmade Christmas decorations from all over the world.
- Tlaquepaque Toy Town: among the inventory here are eco-friendly, non-toxic toys, and organic cotton dolls.
- Kuivato Glass Gallery: This place has some of the most stunning pieces of crystal jewelry!