Spanish classes in puerto vallarta
Museums, art, food, shopping, music, and theater all have a place in Puerto Vallarta. For those wanting to learn a little about the history of the area and view some wonderful artifacts, try Museo del Cuale or the Manuel Lepe Museum. Art is very much a part of the culture in this beach side city.
From October through May an artwalk involving several galleries in the historic City Center takes place every Wednesday night. You’ll find plenty of galleries and openings to explore. Shopping is also an important part of Puerto Vallarta’s economy.
Whether you’re seeking international retailers or small indigenous crafts, there is a store for you. Music and theater are alive in the city. Keep your eye out for one of the many performances, openings, or ongoing productions. If you need a break from Spanish try a show at Theater Agustin Flores Contreras. One thing is certain in Puerto Vallarta, there is attractions to suit every visitor.
Water sports are the premiere recreational activity in Puerto Vallarta. Whale watching, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, kiteboarding, sailing, parasailing, fishing, and jet skiing are some of the favored excursions in the area. For those wanted a quieter beach experience try the turtle watching and repatriation tours that are available.
Not only will you view these majestic creatures, you’ll also lend a hand to help them. Guests who prefer to keep their feet on land can play a round of golf or visit unbelievable Sierra Madre. Guides will take you through the sub-tropical forest of Sierra Madre with its exquisite scenery and wildlife, in addition to the nearby rustic villages.
Canopy tours are also a popular excursion in Puerto Vallarta. Equine lovers are not forgotten in this busy city. There are plenty of horseback tours available.
International travelers will fly into Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport. Those already in the country can find easily accessible buses from Guadalajara, Mexico City, and other populated areas.