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Once an orphanage, this building now serves as a gallery of the famous murals of Jose Clemente... more
Zona Romantica (Puerto Vallarta)
Cozy restaurants and bars line the street in "romantic zone."
Beautiful cathedral featuring its trademark crown of angels.
Vallarta Botanical Gardens (Puerto Vallarta)
The Vallarta Botanical Garden was selected by the Canadian Garden Tourism Council in 2013 as one of... more
Paradise Adventure Park (Puerto Vallarta)
Make your dreams come true with Puerto Vallarta's newest canopy tour! More than 10,000 feet of fun,... more
Teatro Degollado (Guadalajara)
Opened in 1886, this large neo-Classical building is home to the city's opera and orchestra.
Galleria Dante (Puerto Vallarta)
Art gallery where the newest in classical and contemporary sculptures of many talented artists can... more
Destiladeras Beach (Puerto Vallarta)
Located between the cliffs of Punta del Burro, this beach is popular with sunbathers and surfers... more
Bosque Colomos (Guadalajara)
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Zoologico Guadalajara (Guadalajara)
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
This large zoo contains over 2,000 animals and is located in a beautiful ravine.
Olas Altas (Puerto Vallarta)
Neighborhood near the pier offering many seafood dining experiences.
El Centro (Puerto Vallarta)
The half-mile long boardwalk that borders the shoreline.
Playa las Gemelas (Puerto Vallarta)
Stonewall (Puerto Vallarta)
Playa Las Animas (Puerto Vallarta)
If you are looking for isolation, try this beach to the south of Puerto Vallarta, only accessible by... more
Independencia Avenue (Tlaquepaque)
Basilica de Zapopan (Guadalajara)
This beautifully ornate church, built in 1690, is one of the city's oldest structures.
Hospicio Cabanas (Guadalajara)
This ornate church, built over a 60 year period during the 16th and 17th centuries, has 11 altars... more