After Cancun, Puerto Vallarta is the most visited coastal city in Mexico. It belongs to the state of Jalisco and is located in the Banderas Bay, facing the Pacific Ocean. This beautiful destination was placed on the tourist map thanks to the romance that Hollywood stars Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor had here. Besides the beauty of its beaches, it offers a rich natural diversity and an abundant marine life, with turtles, dolphins and humpback whales.
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In the graph above you can see the typical prices of vacation rentals in Puerto Vallarta in each month. Vacation rental prices are the highest in December (12/23 - 12/30). On the other hand, the cheapest month in the year is August, with an average vacation rental price of $207.
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Buenos Aires Gastronomy
It is considered the gourmet beach town of the country. One of its most famous dishes is the pregnant fish. They are pieces of marlin or dogfish with lemon, grilled and served with huichol sauce.
Another typical dish is birria, a sheep or goat meat cooked with a spicy sauce, served with lime juice, tortillas and onions, and the tamale, a corn dough filled with both salty and sweet ingredients.