Two experiences in one: Sunset Walking City Tour & Street Food

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  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 3 hr

The only "edible" City tour thru one of the most beautiful historic neighborhoods in Mexico, recently considered Cultural Heritage of Jalisco State. Two tours in one to enjoy of the most emblematic sites in the town discovering the secret places and the most fun anecdotes of the development of the Pacific's Emerald, Puerto Vallarta while you experience the night time food scene in the area.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Malecon Boardwalk

Lets wander thru the renewed boardwalk (Malecón) while we discover this beautiful open air gallery with one of the most beautiful views of the Banderas Bay, full of art expressions , surrealistic sculptures, local identity and traditional treats.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Gringo Gulch

Gringo Gulch is part of the Historical District of Puerto Vallarta, created in the 50's of the past Century with hints of modernity and luxury demanded by new comers from North America retired of the Second World War. Beautiful houses inspired in the traditional architecture of the highlands ( mining towns stablished during the Colonial times) designed by talented and Bohemian Mexicans. This part of the neighborhood is where the "Vallarta Style" was developed to offer shelter to jet set personalities like John Houston, Liz Taylor and Richard Burton, lovely phantoms of the neighborhood.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Isla Cuale

We'll arrive to the Cuale Island or the " Island of the Children" the way that the natives called to this land in the middle of the river, the playground of many generations, as well considered the cultural craddle of the region. Until the 50's this was the south limit of the original town. We will talk about its origin, uses and future.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Know all the details and anecdots about this monumental icon of local identity dedicated to our Lady of Guadalupe, the Mexican Madonna.

Duration: 5 minutes
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