Car rental in Puerto Vallarta
What do you think of when you think of me?
Surely, endless ideas go through your head at the speed of light. Beach, sand, sun, heat, party, fun, but ultimately, I am more than that because I am the majesty reincarnated in a city.
To really know me, you will have to see much further than what your eyes can see; my sunsets seem to be painted by the expert hands of Michelangelo; as if Icarus repeated his story every evening, painting the sky in a whimsical range of oranges, turning the blue sea into liquid gold.
Speaking of the sea, my beaches are bathed by the Pacific Ocean itself, giving everyone who enters my depths a view out of another world, with species of many colors and treasures to discover in each space of my extension.
My bohemian and calm spirit will teach you to stop to admire the little things in life and to find beauty in everything you see and to disconnect, to connect with what really matters.
Discover me slowly, discover me at your pace. What are you waiting for?
Sincerely Puerto Vallarta
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This beautiful port, bathed by the waters of the Pacific, is located in Jalisco, precisely on the Sierra Occidental Coast. Given its privileged location, it is one of the most important destinations, both for tourism and for commerce, since each year hundreds of visitors arrive by air, road and by water, to delight in the beauty of Puerto Vallarta.
It is precisely its unparalleled beauty and the wide range of activities that the port has to offer its visitors, which makes it one of the most requested destinations by tourists. There is something for everyone, from quiet activities such as walking along the beaches at sunset or entering its waters and discovering the marine treasure that lives on its shores, to living the party in one of its many night bars.
One of the tips that we give you to live in Puerto Vallarta with tranquility and from the comfort, is to rent a car at the Puerto Vallarta airport with Infinity Car Rental, since we have a large fleet that goes from compact cars to full-size vehicles, which we are convinced, they will fit your travel needs and your itinerary.
Of course, to get the most out of your rental car at the Puerto Vallarta airport, we leave you a couple of places that are practically obligatory stops.
We begin our tour in the very heart of the Port, the boardwalk, a corridor where you will not only be able to appreciate the sunset, but you will also be surrounded by art, as it is full of sculptures made by renowned artists. You can also find multiple art galleries, places to buy handicrafts and even cafés and restaurants where you can rest at the end of the day.
Let romance come into your life in the romantic zone, a colorful neighborhood with cobbled streets that give the feeling of living in a Wes Anderson movie, so we are convinced that here you will be able to take the best photos to give more color to your social media feed.
For those who love nature, the Botanical Garden is ideal, it is a tropical forest that the Sierra Madre gives us, here you can see a wide variety of species of orchids, cacti and precious wood trees. Best of all, at the end of the tour, you can enter the forest and cross the suspension bridge to observe the imposing emerald green beauty of the forest.
And if you want to expand a little more, visit San Sebastián, a magical town located in the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain range with a cold climate that seems to have been trapped in the past, so while you travel back in time, make sure you are well wrapped
Other options are El Tuito, a colonial town, where you can taste Mexican cuisine, Mascota and Talpa de Allende, two ideal towns to explore and learn about the culture of the area. Of course, if you are more adventurous, you can go all the way to Guadalajara and tour the entire state until you reach the coast of Nayarit, where you cannot miss the beautiful craftsmanship of the Huichols.
As for gastronomy, it is based on dishes made with fresh fish, such as Pregnant Fish, fish ceviche, shrimp pozole and zarandeado fish.
And you can also taste regional specialties such as pozole, tortas ahogadas and birria.
It was called “Las Peñas de Santa María de Guadalupe” by its founder Guadalupe Sánchez in 1851 and until 1918, when its name was changed in honor of the Governor of Jalisco Ignacio Vallarta.
It has the largest number of beaches with the “Blue Flag” certification, with 8 beaches that have said certification, thus being the tourist destination with the most certified beaches in Mexico.