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Clay pottery of all styles and quality are locally available for both everyday use and personal collections. Choose from the simple and inexpensive brown glazed dishes to the expensive and beautiful Talavera of the original blue on white patterns or today’s modern colors.

Find this on a guided walk around historic Vallarta with PuertoVallartaWalkingTours.com. Stroll the cobblestone streets, typical of Spanish Colonial architecture, while absorbing the sights, smells and sounds of daily life. Visit markets, historic buildings, and workshops. Get immersed in the culture while exploring areas you might not find on your own.

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Sandra Cesca
I have been offering my walking tours through many of Vallarta’s neighborhoods since 2009 while sharing my knowledge of the culture by immersing visitors in everyday local life. I am also an author and photographer and have created two guidebooks and photo cards available at the Marsol Market on Fridays. I have an M.Ed. and years of experience in international marketing and travel and am certified by Mexico’s Department of Tourism.

2 comments

  1. Hi Sandra,
    I am a home owner and have lived in the area since 2005. I am interested in learning more about the history of Puerto Vallarta, specifically new articles of historical significance related to property. Can you please help to direct me in the right direction of where I might find information related to the events that occured in PV? What is the old newspaper in the area or where archives might be kept? I would really like to understand what history there is on the house. Any help you can give is appreciated.
    Thank you,
    Sherryl Haverhals

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