Puerto Vallarta Travel Guides

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A Puerto Vallarta city guide - vibrant and exotic, yet full of history

With its peaceful beaches, world class restaurants and the latest in ecotourism and extreme adventure, Puerto Vallarta offers incredible experiences against a backdrop of mountains, rivers and the seventh largest bay in the world. The city is internationally recognised for its charm and friendliness, which you can soak up browsing the market stalls or enjoying its many cafes and nightclubs. Discover some of its bountiful wildlife including birds, iguanas and humpback whales.

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Where to eat in Puerto Vallarta - a dining guide

With more than 250 restaurants, you won't struggle for choice in Puerto Vallarta. You can fork out lots for expensive platters but you can also get freshly caught fish and hot-off-the-grill tortillas for very little money. In the city's historic Zona Romantica and Colonia Emiliano Zapata are lots of family-owned businesses that show the relaxed, laid-back vibe of the city. However, if it’s high-end sophistication you’re after, Puerto Vallarta also attracts some serious culinary talent with world-class results.

A Puerto Vallarta travel guide – Pacific beaches and cosmopolitan art

Crimson sunsets over ultramarine waters, resplendent golden beaches curtained by palms and long balmy nights at refined restaurants – Puerto Vallarta is a vacation paradise. Colonial-era streets, lined with art galleries, lead down to bustling waterfronts of glimmering beach bars and relaxed seaside eateries. Book a Puerto Vallarta hotel in Mexico’s most urbane resort town.

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