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Learn Spanish in Mexico: Puerto Vallarta

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On the Pacific coast, Puerto Vallarta is in the western part of the state of Jalisco in central Mexico.

The magical combination of mountains, tropics and beaches makes visitors fall in love with Puerto Vallarta at first sight. Aside from its beauty and amazing flora and fauna, however, this city also allures tourists with its colonial architecture and traditions unique even in Mexico. Puerto Vallarta is the perfect blend of tropical waters and rich Mexican culture.

Puerto Vallarta is a great place to learn, relax, have fun and take in the natural wonders.

Set in mid-west Mexico on the Pacific “Bahía de Banderas,” this Port town of about 180,000 inhabitants enjoys over 300 sunny days a year and average yearly temperatures of roughly 28ºC (83ºF). It’s no wonder Puerto Vallarta has become such a popular tourist destination. From tropical jungles and mountains to waterfalls and beaches, there is little doubt that the city’s natural attractions are hard to beat.

Sun-kissed Puerto Vallarta is a beach resort city in Mexico that is popular to travelers from around the world. This beautiful destination is flanked by lush green mountains and shimmering Pacific waters. It is located midwest of the country within the Banderas Bay. Stretching around 22 kilometers, the Banderas Bay is the second largest bay found on the American continent.

Puerto Vallarta was once a tiny village where people lived by fishing and pearl-diving. Today, the city has become a major tourist destination in Mexico. It boasts of favorable weather condition (averaging 27°C each year), colonial cobblestone streets, and pristine beaches – all making the city a great destination for people who don’t mind a huge crowd.

The city center is a fun-filled labyrinth of authentic cobbled streets filled with excellent restaurants, stylish boutiques, and pulsating bars and clubs that keep party animals entertained from dusk till dawn. The zócalo is Puerto Vallarta’s central gathering spot. It constantly buzzes with life. The Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral backs the zócalo, displaying its imposing tower that you can see throughout the city.

Puerto Vallarta beaches offer a wide range of entertainment and water sports. South beaches are the most popular. But if you want to avoid the crowd and prefer serenity, hop on a water taxi to some gorgeous beaches that are only accessible by boat. If you are a serious surfer, you might want to check out the beaches to the north of Nuevo Vallarta. Daredevils also should not miss extreme activities such as bungee jumping towards Mismaloya!

You might think that this is too good to be true, but Puerto Vallarta really lives up, and can exceed, expectations. It is a coastal heaven just waiting for you!

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