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Visiting Guadalajara and you don't know what to do with your luggage?

If you have to do a long stopover or if you have already checked out where you were staying, the fact of having to travel around a city carrying your luggage does not allow you to enjoy your trip as you should. You will take longer having to carry the weight of the suitcases and also for the space they occupy, making it difficult for you to travel through popular tourist places.

At Airkeep we have a network of keepairs with which you can store your luggage in Guadalajara. Our keepairs are hotels, hostels, cafes, shops and restaurants, perfect for you to leave your luggage and enjoy carefree.

How to store luggage with Airkeep?

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Step 1

Find and choose the best place for you
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Step 2

Store your bags in our network of hotels and local stores in Guadalajara. Airkeep is now part of Stasher! You can book online through to store your bags.
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Step 3

Drop your your luggage with our hosts
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Keep traveling without unnecessary weight!


Guadalajara is one of the largest cities in Mexico and is located in Jalisco. It has a colorful and representative touch of Mexican traditions. It is also the second most populated area in the country. It is one of the cities in Mexico most visited by national and international tourists.

This city hides unmatched beauties. From historical and cultural treasures to business interests. Although the joyful life, full of music and tequila that highlights this city very well cannot go unnoticed.

What to visit in Guadalajara?

  • Guadalajara's cathedral
  • Historical Center
  • La Minerva
  • Hospicio Cabañas
  • Paseo Chapultepec
  • Barrio de Santa Fe
  • Tlaquepaque
  • Lago de Chapala
  • Tonalá
  • San Juan de Dios
  • Panteón de Belén

Where to stay in Guadalajara?

The city center is one of the most recommended areas to stay. It is full of culture, history and emblematic monuments that you cannot miss. On the other hand, if your reason for traveling is business or fairs, the best area is the Expo Zone. Finally, there is Zapopan and Tlaquepaque, which although they are independent areas from Guadalajara, are close and very good to stay. Here is a list of the best sectors to stay in the city:

Where to store luggage in Guadalajara?

Tips to facilitate your stay in Guadalajara

What currency is used in Guadalajara?
The currency in Mexico is the mexican peso. We recommend you to travel with dollars and exchange them at the airport or in the exchange offices in the city.
What plugs (eletricity) are used in Guadalajara?
The plugs in Mexico are compatible with types A and B.
How to move in Guadalajara?

The urban electric train is one of the many options you have to get around Guadalajara. It has 12 surface stations and 7 underground stations. There are 2 lines that have service 365 days a year, 7 days a week, from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm. Line 1 (begins at the intersection of Periférico Sur and Colón and crosses the city to Periférico Norte) and Line 2 (begins at Av. Juárez and Federalismo, and ends in Tetlán). There is also the SITREN, a trolleybus that operates 365 days a year from 4:40 am to 11:45 pm. It has 3 lines: line 1 (from peripheral west to federalism), line 2 (from the Tetlán neighborhood to Tonalá) and line 3 (from Los Arcos de Guadalajara in the Vallarta Norte neighborhood to the Blanco and Cuéllar neighborhood). The card of both options cost 20 Mexican pesos and includes a ticket ($ 1 USD approx) and is recharged to buy tickets that cost approximately 9.5 pesos ($ 0.5 USD).

You can also move by macrobus. It has 27 stations along the Calzada Independencia corridor. They have service from Monday to Saturday, 365 days a year. The route begins in the Miravalle neighborhood on Fray Angélico street and ends in the Huentitán neighborhood near the Mirador Independencia Park. This transport is ideal, since it passes near the Zoo, the Jalisco Stadium, Morelos Park, Experimental Theater and the Magic Forest so you can visit. You must purchase the card and the ticket costs 9.5 pesos ($ 0.5 USD approx).

Then, you can get transported on the urban buses that have many routes and are throughout the city, the metropolitan area and many of them pass through the Center. You can mobilize for 9.5 pesos ($ 0.5 USD approx).

Another option is MiBici, which is a government initiative aimed at sustainable mobility within the city. You can find 230 bike rental stations in the main tourist areas of the city. To use them you must pay a temporary or annual subscription.

Finally you can opt for private transport applications such as Uber, Easy Taxi and Cabify. These services cost around 8 Mexican pesos ($ 0.40 USD approx.) Of base rate plus 7-9 pesos ($ 0.35 USD approx.) Per extra kilometer. On the other hand, if you want to go in a traditional taxi, it costs 30 Mexican pesos ($ 1.50 USD) the base rate plus 9.55 pesos per extra kilometer ($ 0.5 USD approx.).