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All reviews swinging bridge cultural center flea market river cafe oscar's restaurant john huston tall trees gringo gulch interesting area nice walk souvenir shops el centro walk around for sale fun experience tequila tasting iguanas
The amount of stores and things they have there are interesting.
You can get very fine pieces of Talavera plates that go from a couple hundred pesos to $1000 pesos for hand painted works of art.
Fun thing to do while walking from the main...More
Great place to do some souvenir shopping. People are always friendly. You can bargain with them-I think it's expected. Most people are low key. I just keep walking past the ones that do the high pitched sales.
I visited this man made island twice during my recent visit. The isle first emerged during a drought and city staff decided to deepen the river on both sides so the island stuck around for development:). The island is a great place to cool off...More
I love this place! You can see iguanas in the trees, crocodiles in the river, so many birds. You may spot a few cats around the market stalls. Don't miss the swinging bridges. There is something for everyone here.
This cute little island, located in the middle of the Rio Cuale and between the Zona Romantica and the center, is full of shops and restaurants for tourists. I wonder what it was like before tourists and tourism took over Puerto Vallarta?