The Best of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

NOTE: For certain people that can not do anything without a map, there is one of the Historic Centre and Zone Romántica about half-way down this post.Puerto Vallarta Highlights

A list of my Puerto Vallarta highlights – the first events listed are by the day they happen, the rest happen all the time!

Tuesday morning Sculpture Tour meeting at the Millennium Sculpture at 9:30. Millennium sculpture on the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta on Mexico's west coastOn Wednesdays evenings from 6:00 to 10:00 many of Puerto Vallarta’s best art galleries sponsor an Art Walk in the Centro Historico.
Bright painting in a Puerto Vallarta gallery Traditional Dance Shows (Baile Folclórico), Friday at 7:30.
Free folkloric dance performances at Lazaro Cardenas Park in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. From visit-vallarta.com‘Every Friday during the high-season months of November through April, Xiutla gives back to the local community with free performances in their native Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Their colorful and enchanting 90-minute performances take place in the Romantic Zone at Lazaro Cardenas Park, with a start time of 7:30 p.m.’Traditional Mexican Dance in Stackables Every other Friday from 6:00 to 10:00 pm, Basilio Badillo, a street in the Zona Romantica, hosts the South Side Shuffle, where everything is open and visits to high-end art galleries, shopping and restaurants are accompanied by a street party with live music and more. Mosaic tile wall on the corder of Basilio Badillo and Pino Suarez in the Lazaro Cardenas Park in Puerto Vallarta, MexicoOlas Altas Saturday Market at Lazaro Cardenas Park, a popular market for long-stay tourists with lots of home-baked bread and coffee from the hills above the city and hand-crafted everythings. There is almost always music as well and the park is growing increasingly beautiful as every surface becomes tiled.

On Sunday at 7, the Plaza de Armas is the meeting place for a night of dancing called El Danzón.
Domingos de Danzón in Puerto Vallarta Los Arcos Amphitheatre has regular performances in Spanish. The comedians and clowns often require a fairly good grasp of Spanish to understand what everyone is laughing about but other performances transcend language.Show with acrobatic roosters, lots of smoke and light¡Mapa!
Puerto Vallarta Highlights on a Google Map
Act II Stages.
Act II Stages in Puerto Vallarta has two theatres with a variety of shows, one usually featuring a drag performance and the other outstanding musicians. On November 7th we saw the last performance of Electile Dysfunction, a ‘Dragapella Quartet’ — raunchy and hilarious. The next day, November 8th, was the US election and that was yet another performance!

The theatre has a fun bar, usually with live music. You have to order a minimum of two drinks but they’ll bring the drinks to you in the theatre. For the line-up see http://actiientertainment.com.
Act II Stages in Puerto Vallarta: Electile Dysfunction, a Dragapella Performance

The International Friendship Club offers movies, Spanish classes, yoga, history lectures and more.

Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden.
HDR Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden poster in SnapseedEating on the Beach.
Johnny selling oysters on the beach in PV Our favourite restaurants in Puerto Vallarta.
Panchos Takos in Puerto Vallarta: tacos pastor

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