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Tonalá is a city and municipality within the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area in the state of Jalisco in Mexico. With a population of 374,258, it is the fourth largest city in the state, the other three being the other major population centres in the metro area: Guadalajara, Zapopan, and Tlaquepaque. It is best known as a major handcrafts center for Jalisco, especially pottery, as well as its very large Thursday and Sunday street market, dedicated to handcrafts. Wikipedia
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Artisan Villages of Tonalá and Tlaquepaque Private Tour with a Local Expert
Enjoy a unique cultural experience dedicated to the art and history of the region. Tour the artisan towns of Tonalá and Tlaquepaque led by a local expert. Two pre-Hispanic towns dedicated to fine art like pottery, ceramics, blown glass, carpentry, and many more. Explore and discover its colonial buildings, squares, markets, temples, art galleries, and local craft workshops learning all about the regional culture of Jalisco. You can see the artisans working live in their workshops. Your local host will share history, traditions, and gastronomy in a social, friendly, and fun atmosphere during the tour. This experience is dedicated to art aficionados or anyone looking for something authentic, local, and personalized.