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Airports in San Francisco
San Francisco International Airport is an international airport serving the
city of San Francisco, California. It is a public airport situated
approximately 21 kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is
owned by City and County of San Francisco and managed by San Francisco
Airport Commission. It serves as a hub for United Airlines and Virgin
America. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to numerous
domestic as well as international destinations. Some of these include Los
Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, Portland, London, Seoul, Taipei, and more.
Passengers can easily commute to and from here using various modes of
transportations available here such as app-based ride services, charter
operators, limousines, taxis, public transit, and more.
Explore Puerto Vallarta
There are many great activities for those spending just a day in PV. Catch
a bus or take a taxi to the beautiful Malecon, the boardwalk that runs
parallel to Banderas Bay. Then take your time strolling past the unusual
statues and intricate sand sculptures found there, stopping for pictures or
looking inside one of the art galleries along the way. You will probably
end your walk at Los Arcos or the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe — two of
the most iconic images of the city. If you have more than a day to spare,
plan on spending one or two hours at the Botanical Gardens of Vallarta or
in the northern seaside town of Bucerias.
Things to Do in Puerto Vallarta
A great place to experience the joys of a resort town without the
tourist-palooza that is Puerto Vallarta, the small fishing village of
Bucerias is steadily becoming a popular day trip for PV vacationers. If you
have the time to spare, take a bus to this beach hideaway up the coastline
for an afternoon of fishing, swimming, art gallery-gazing or beachside
dining (recent guests recommend you try some tacos while in town). If you
are looking for a place off the tourist track, Bucerias is your secluded
oasis - some travelers even said there were times when they were the only
ones on the entire beach. To visit from Puerto Vallarta, you will need to
take a bus from the downtown area.
Los Arcos and El Malecon
One of the most iconic and recognizable landmarks of Puerto Vallarta, Los
Arcos refers to the row of arches in the oceanfront square of Plaza Morelos
on the city’s southern end. The dramatic seaside arches also serve as an
amphitheater. Los Arcos is a great place to stroll during the evenings,
especially along the Malecon, the oceanfront walkway that runs along a
portion of the Bahía de Banderas (Banderas Bay). Here you will find an
assortment of sand sculptures, statues, art pieces, street performers and
merchants. Free cultural performances on the Malecon and at Los Arcos are
standard during the weekends.
Isla Rio Cuale
Isla Río Cuale is almost in the heart of the city and is an island set upon
an inlet of the Banderas Bay. To see the island, simply walk south from the
old town until you run into the chain bridges thatbring you to the island.
The island’s small crafts and fruit markets are reminiscent of the city’s
pre-resort past. Recent travelers praise the beautiful pottery and friendly
locals willing to help the clueless tourists. The island also contains a
small museum for those interested in PVs archaeological and cultural
history known to have great sculptures.
Best Time to Fly to Puerto Vallarta
The best time to visit Puerto Vallarta is between April and June when the
weather is pleasant, and the room rates are affordable. During these
months, rain is scarce and there are fewer tourists. If you are interested
in whale watching, however, visit from January to March. Just prepare
yourself for the area’s most astronomical travel fares.