We were on the top of the isle of the River and walked the many steps upward to Gringo Gulch. Beautiful views of homes and the city. Take the back streets back down and you will discover great restaurants and a Jazz Club.
By walking directly 'above' the main church downtown, one arrives in a beautiful and quiet neighborhood overlooking the city and the bay. We meandered along yesterday morning for about an hour, ending up at the giant concrete tower for a stunning view of the area. The neighborhood walk was only slightly strenuous - the walk to the lookout tower was... 更多
We have been here many times but usually to go for dinner and we take a taxi. Yesterday we put on our hiking shoes and walked all around the neighbourhood. Great architecture and beautiful views
Kind of an interesting part of town, you can reach it from the Cuale Cultural Center via a very cool bridge which is what we did, or walk up to it from the city. There are no signs saying you were in Gringo Gulch when you got there, you just kind of know. What we found interesting, was the home... 更多
I was fortunate to have a 2 week stay in Gringo Gulch and appreciate the proximity to everything I love about Puerto Vallarta. The area stays cool in the summer due to the breeze coming from the river nearby.
The name catches one's imagination. We rented a huge villa for a week, had our family of nine comfortable. We were just down a little road from Liz and Burton’s place. Walking around Gringo Gulch is fun, and it is not far from town, though it's quite a hike. It is worth exploring. Good views of the bay and the... 更多
My wife and I did the walk from our downtown hotel around Gringo Gulch and up to the famous bridge that Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor made famous and then back down the bridge to Isla Cuale. It is easy for younger people. But if you have knee issues, this might be difficult.