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My daughters and I were on our annual pilgrimage to Mexico. They had never been to the beach in Mexico, so I took them to Puerto Vallarta. One of my wife and my favorite trips included spending several days in the mountains east of Puerto...More
While this is the main attraction in Talpa there are a few other things to see. I suggest taking a guid tour of the town. The Basilica is impressive and the effort to build it must have been monumental. It is not favorable to the...More
This is a beautiful church inside and out. It’s right in the square so lots of activity and people watching. Lots of vendors and shops. There is also a smaller church near by that has more religious meaning to the locals.
After reading a few reviews on several sites, we decided to include Talpa in our long day trip from Puerto Vallarta with stops in San Sebastian and Mascota. The major tour providers offer day trips to the Mascota/Talpa area but we decided to hire a...More
This church is part of the identity of the locals but the temple is not that kind of work that impress, in general the town is just for religious tourism, there are no architectural attractions of historic relevance inside the town.
We visited here on our way from Puerto Vallarta. Our final destination was Guadalajara. So glad we stopped by. On your way there, make sure you stop by the Mirador. You can eat at the mercado next to the Basilica and buy candy after you...More