It's so adorable in Buceria. There's the northern section with all the reasonably priced flea markets along the beach, beach front restaurants, shops and hotels. And there's the southern section of Lazaro with the bohemian art galleries, restaurants, shops, and hotels. The southern side is more organized, clean, and quaint while the northern side is more touristy. Don't get me wrong...I love the beach front restaurants where you can sit and enjoy a beer or two while scanning the ocean for whale, or bargain with the flea market owners for some great deals as a tourist. Since it's such a small area, I recommend seeing and walking both areas since it will only take half a day. We were staying at Paradise Village in Nuevo Vallarta so we took the bus to highway 200 and walked across the other side to take a second bus (mini van) and told the driver to let us out at Buceria Centro. From there you walk west several blocks and there it is. The bus trip going cost $19 pesos and it took about 40 min. Then we took the cab back which cost $130 pesos. Much better than taking a tour any day!
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