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Admire the sculptures on the Puerto Vallarta boardwalk

Something that makes the Puerto Vallarta boardwalk unique are the sculptures that guard it along this "cultural walk."

Admire the sculptures on the Puerto Vallarta boardwalk

The boardwalk is one of the most visited places in Puerto Vallarta. It is a walk by the sea of ​​approximately a kilometer and a half in length, from where you can admire the beautiful sunsets that the Bay of Banderas offers. In addition, you can find art galleries, shops, bars and restaurants. But, something that makes the boardwalk in Puerto Vallarta unique are the sculptures that are found throughout the tour, turning it into an open-air museum. There are more than 10 sculptures by Mexican and international artists that can be admired here. Some are made of bronze, others of stone, iron and even polymer resin, or a combination of several of these materials.

One of the best things to do in Puerto Vallarta is to take a walk along the boardwalk, admiring each of these sculptures in detail. To do this, you can choose to take a guided tour of a local company or do the tour on your own. Along the way you can learn more about Mexican artists such as Sergio Bustamante and his famous triangular-headed characters, learn more about the Huichol culture, or the sculptors Jim Demetro and Mathis Lidice, whose sculptures are also part of the boardwalk. His valuable artistic contributions make this one of the best tours in Puerto Vallarta.

It is important that you take into account the year-round hot weather in Puerto Vallarta, so prepare for the tour with a good hat, sunglasses, tennis shoes, and water to hydrate.

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