Stunning architecture, culture and friendly locals made this outing one we'll never forget. There were street performers, street vendors, shops, and all kinds of things to see!
Its name says what its place implies for the Vallartenses- the Principal Square. You will note the early morning crowd who clean their storefront, the police directing traffic and those going to government and private lawyer offices moving along smartly. Later in the morning and early afternoon you will also see the tourists strolling along so that street vendors can... 更多
Make sure you stop by and get a picture of this on your trip down the boardwalk. It is one of many things you can see while enjoying. Stroll along the boardwalk.
There is such a colonial feeling, there are handcraft every corner and locals also are spending the free time listening local musicians also you can visit old churchs-
The town square across the church of Our Lady of Guadalupe is interesting to watch various activities at any time of the day or night. A relaxing halfway stop on your Malecon stroll. Enjoy the shade of trees with locals while having a drink from street vendors.
The plaza is adjacent to some government office and is just down from the main church. It sits across from the malecon and at night this area is just full of life. From local vendors to artists showing their talents while entertaining people with their ability to create memories using their fingers or just spray cans to accomplish beautiful art.... 更多
We have been vacationing in Vallarta for many years. We always find time to go to the Plaza on special event nights or Sundays. The music is usually recorded but the plaza is packed with locals and tourists dancing and watching. It is fun to join in. As it is surrounded by the malecon and the arches, there are artists,... 更多