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I love old churches and heard this was a must see on the tourist list while in Puerto Vallarta. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church offered beautiful architecture, stained glass and tons of Catholic history. It is a city treasure. This church offers a Sunday mass...More
It was a Catholic mass on Saturday afternoon in a place of worship. A tradition wedding was just finishing as we arrived. It was a special experience to see the young couple as they proceeded out the main church.
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It's a short distance to the south. Here's what I would do if I were you. I'd get out on the pier, find my bearings and walk out to the main street. I'd find a place where a uber driver can pull over to pick you up and I'd... More
It's a short distance to the south. Here's what I would do if I were you. I'd get out on the pier, find my bearings and walk out to the main street. I'd find a place where a uber driver can pull over to pick you up and I'd grab an uber, The main street drag is a very busy and ubers are plentiful and very reasonable. (down load the app and set everything up before your trip if you have not done so) I'm guessing about 4-5 USD. A bus, they are super cheap and there's tones of them, can take you but you'll need to know where you need to get off. (problematic unless you know your way around the town and what bus to get onto. If you're interested look for a bus going to "Centro" and when you return look for one that says "wal-Mart") After you've finished visiting The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, I'll recommend that you walk the 1 block to the west (its a very short block) and stroll along the Malecon in either direction. there's so much to see. It's very pretty. You can grab a bite to eat or have an adult beverage and relax for a few minutes before hailing a Uber to take you back. Don't for get your camera and sun screen as there is not a lot of shade on the Malecon. apologies for my slow reply. Enjoy your trip!