We walked across the bridge to the Zona Romantica. We expected to see a full bloom colonial style town but instead we saw only a few pieces of interesting architecture. Perhaps we did not explore more into the interior. We were tired and went to the beach to catch the sunset which was quite romantic with the sky changing colors... 更多
We love this part of PV. It is a bit less touristy than the Malecon and has amazing restaurants and hole in the wall places to discover. This is a must visit on any trip to Puerto Vallarta!
Get your walking shoes on and take a hike up the many side streets and hidden stairways to spectacular views. You will find the smaller shops and cafe's away from the touristy establishments. The owners are more than accommodating and very happy to see you!
A fantastic, very safe and a wonderful sunset...you'll love this area of PV especially after the sun goes down. it's electric and fun. I can't wait to go back. The dinner at La Playa on the beach is a must stop...just steps from the ocean with music and excellent food.
This is the best place you can be at in Vallarta. Restaurants, bars, hotels, entertainment, the beach, the works. Everything about Romantica Zone is appealing.
We liked walking all along the boardwalk and stopping to shop, have a drink or grab a bite to eat. The art is fabulous and it's a fun place. The only negative is the amount of people that try to sell you things, even while dining.
The romantic zone was alright. Maybe we didn't go far enough down but it seemed similar to the rest of the boardwalk. But with hotels instead of stores. Yummy restaurants though!
It's a fun part of PV with beaches , great bars and restaurants and everything close at hand. It is not only a gay district, but lots of Americans, Canadians, and Gays prefer this area.
No where in Puerto Vallarta is more charming IMHO than the Romantic Zone. If you enjoy shopping, great restaurants, people watching, and nightlife, then here is where you need to stay. Particularly if you are gay, because this is where everyone else who is gay stays!
Having lived in various homes in the area thru the years and privy to growth and changes since the 70's, I can champion the Zona Romantico in Olas Altas/Los Muertos as the true heart and sould of PV. The business continue to be privately owned, small and charming. Corporate tourism has not taken over the cobblestoned streets, galleries, cafes, beach... 更多
So many shops and restaurants. I could have spent days wandering around! There is so much more to do and see that I could have imagined. Definitely does not feel like an Americanized Tourist Trap. We were very lucky that we were walking distance from our hotel.