I've been doing research and those two places are considerations. However Guadalajara doesn't have that much colonial architecture, it's often described more like Los Angeles. Architecture isn't as big a requirement anymore.fightforlove wrote:Have you considered Guadalajara/Jalisco province? Great city center with colonial era architecture, large population with a good mix of attractive whites, mestizos, and castizos, and relatively low amount of tourists (for a city of it's size).
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I haven't been, but bad architecture is a global problem. Even in Queretaro there was bad architecture right outside the old city.