List of largest Jalisco cities by population
|1||Guadalajara||1,500,800||Guadalajara||Guadalajara is Mexico's second largest city. It serves as the capital of Jalisco, and is also a growing metropolis of western Mexico. A city devoted to modern technology and distinctive architecture, Guadalajara is the 10 largest city in Latin America by population.|
|2||Zapopan||1,202,900||Zapopan||Zapopan is one of the prosperous cities conjoining Guadalajara, it is known as the new home for the soccer team Chivas' new stadium, Estadio Omnilife.|
|3||Tlaquepaque||605,000||Tlaquepaque||Tlaquepaque is a city enclaved within the extensive metropolis of Guadalajara. It is known for its clay pottery and blown glass. Colorful festivities and admiring chapels bring flare to Tlaquepaque.|
|4||Tonalá||440,800||Tonalá||Tonalá has its nickname of Cuna alfarera, or "Cradle of Pottery", because of its dedication to pottery, since many centuries.|
|5||Puerto Vallarta||221,200||Puerto Vallarta||Puerto Vallarta is a 'balneario' (seaside resort town) off the coast of the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas. The city's population has boomed since 2000. Vallarta is a city with Spanish-tile roofed houses contrasting the blue ocean.|
|6||Lagos de Moreno||104,500||Lagos de Moreno||Lagos de Moreno is called by Mexicans, with some hyperbole, the "Athens of Jalisco" because of the numerous writers and poets who were born there.
Important industries include food processing, including milk and dairy products, vegetable oils, and meats, manufacture of footwear and agricultural machinery. At the 2010 census the city had a population of 153,817 inhabitants, making it the 6th largest city in the state of Jalisco.
|7||Tepatitlán de Morelos||98,100||Tepatitlán de Morelos|
|8||Ciudad Gúzman||97,750||Zapotlán el Grande|
|9||Hacienda Santa Fe||86,935||Tlajomulco de Zúñiga|