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Old Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
+52 322 223 5282
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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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Reviewed 3 days ago

A nice place to visit and enjoy the architecture and flowers,a variety of styles and interesting streets up hill.

Thank josemonterr
Reviewed 4 days ago

Old Vallarta is beautiful,So many shops to see. Walk around every where up the hills and down. Beautiful people to talk to stop and have lunch or dinner and a few drinks. People are very friendly also the shopping for trinkets is alot of fun.

Thank g0rdk1
Reviewed 4 days ago

Enjoyed touring Old Vallarta! This is the artsy part of town, where you can find great jewelry, arts and food. Loved the location by the water and inland.

Thank Andi G
Reviewed 5 days ago

Lovely old town struggling to maintain it's charm amidst the constant expansion of the city. You really get the feeling of Mexico just by wandering around the cobblestone town.

Thank Sharon A
Reviewed 5 days ago

simply should not be missed... old town has the old feel and many interesting people and restaurants to explore... this is old mexico in PV

Thank Todd G
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Be sure to venture off the main roads where instead of being confronted by time share salespeople, you will be treated to beautiful old architecture and stonework/brickwork by amazingly talented artisans! As an aside, we felt very safe walking around these areas.

Thank 667maribetha
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you're looking for a place to walk and have a great time, go to Old Vallarta, find the Cuale Island, the Flea market, try some local cuisine like tacos, pozole and enchiladas, be careful with the chile!

Thank Rafa D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Old Vallarta, or known locally as Viejo Vallarta, is quickly becoming home to many new condo buildings. Which means several older homes and hotels will be losing their former fantastic views of Banderas Bay. Nonetheless, there are still many attractions worth your attention away from...More

Thank Marty J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you only have a short time in the city, try to include a walking tour of Old Vallarta. The history, culture, and even the scandals are fascinating.

Thank madaunt2015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lots of great old buildings great for photography, restaurants of all sorts, and various markets and shops

Thank AJ L
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Wendy L
Which towns are good to bus to from Puerto Vallarta
20 January 2017|
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Response from Mary M | Reviewed this property |
I'd hire a taxi..cheap and worth it.
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KSGShell
Best place to see free fiesta?
17 January 2017|
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Response from stevefung2006 |
Yes! When I was there a few weeks ago (late Dec2016 thru Jan2017), they had Fiesta Dancers at the City Hall (Presidencia Municipal) across from the Guadalupe Catholic Cathedral on Saturdays, I believe. I heard they also... More
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Annette S
Coming in for a day from a cruise. What would be recommended to do in a day to get an overall good sense? Are their areas accessible just off the ship? I'd like to see Old Town. Best way to get there? TIA.
12 January 2017|
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Response from Mark & Katherin... L | Reviewed this property |
Annette ... the cruise ship terminal is 10+ miles from Old Town (or correctly referred to as Zona Romantica & Emillo Zapata Zone's). I would start my day with a taxi ride to Playa Los Muertos that should cost around 80-90... More
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