Red-Tile Roofs: A Puerto Vallarta Icon
Puerto Vallarta is one of those places that will stick with you forever. Unlike other Mexican beach destinations that were built for tourism, this place retains its roots as an authentic port city packed with history and culture.
Of course, much of the city’s beauty has been restored and preserved, even as new hotels and resorts spring up over the time.
Puerto Vallarta is one of the only places to visit in Mexico where mountains meet jungles meet sea. Its historic downtown and the Romantic Zone are veined with cobblestone streets. In addition, brilliant purple bougainvilleas hang low over crisscrossing streets, which add bursts of color to the whitewashed buildings that are capped with the iconic red-tile roofs.
Puerto Vallarta is visually stunning. It’s also got soul, with plenty of things to see and do at any time of day. It is a rare example of a city where residents mix with visitors and expats, creating a unique blend of international flair.
Are you ready to discover all that this city on the Banderas Bay has to offer?