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Portland to Guadalajara Route Information

Travel Distance:2,050 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Volaris, Frontier Airlines
Weekly Flights:49
Avg. Flight Duration:4.49 Hours

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Airports in Portland

Portland International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Portland in Oregon, US. Located within the city limits, this joint civil-military airport accounts for 90% of the state’s passenger travel. Passengers can avail scheduled flights to most major destinations in the US, and non-stop flights to major international destinations. Portland International Airport is seamlessly connected to the city by a network of charter buses, courtesy shuttles, on-demand executive cars, rental cars, taxies and app-based transportation services.

Explore Guadalajara

Guadalajara is the capital and largest city of the Mexican state of Jalisco and the seat of the municipality of Guadalajara. The city has a strong accent of Colonial-era architecture, although most of the architecturally-sound buildings here were made after Mexico’s independence. A star attraction here is its downtown- it is the site of city’s founding place and features several of the city’s oldest buildings. This part of the city also features many busy squares and public parks.

Things to do in Guadalajara

Museo Regional de Guadalajara

The Museo Regional de Guadalajara is the most important museum in Guadalajara because it presents a chronological account of the region’s history since prehistoric times. Its ground floor features a classic natural history collection that welcomes visitors with a 12000-year-old skeleton of a woolly mammoth.

Mercado Libertad (or Liberty Market)

The Liberty Market is the largest indoor market in Latin America. It was inaugurated in December 1958 and now features nearly 3000 stalls and small shops that sell clothing, eyeglasses, shoes, movies, video games, CDs, and electrical goods.

Museo Nacional de la Ceramica (National Museum of Ceramics)

The National Museum of Ceramics near Guadalajara focuses on the history of ceramics in the region and is considered one of the best in its class in central Mexico. It features two prominent making processes, called barro brunido and barro canela, and has many specimens dating back to 500 BC.

Best Time to Fly to Guadalajara

The best time to fly to Guadalajara is the summer season from October to December. One can visit here to enjoy events like Guadalajara International Book fair and Revolution Day.

Guadalajara Travelers' Reviews

first trip

The trip to Acapulco was fabulous we have a blast the beach was perfect, flight was great to great food, my sister and her husband did the Tirolesa and they really like it - Nora  Oct 18, 2021

Baltimore late summer vacation

Great city with lots of fun and activities in the bay area, amazing crab fishing, so delicious - Alessandro  Oct 16, 2021