Mercado de Artesanías
Centro de Estudios Para Extranjeros
Language courses at this Universidad de Guadalajara–affiliated school range from US$180 for a week of basic tourist Spanish to US$600...
Museo del Cuale
This tiny museum near the western end of Isla Cuale has a small collection of beautiful pottery, grinding stones, clay figurines and...
Surrounded by the mountains, jungle and sea, Vallarta offers some truly thrilling mountain biking. This outfit offers guided one-day...
It’s raining men at this sizzling dance mecca and male-stripper venue with its dark, intimate rooftop patio. Women are unapologetically...
An authentic, Israeli-owned take-out joint that makes its own pita, butchers its own lamb, and makes sensational felafel and shwarma ....
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Straddling the north bank of the Río Cuale, this market sells everything from Taxco silver, serapes (blankets with a head opening, worn as a cloak) and huaraches (woven leather sandals) to wool wall hangings and blown glass. There is a smaller version of similar stalls on the west end of Isla Cuale.