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Stay staying in one of the resorts nearby, we took a cab over to the San José main square. We were told to look for the giant Mexican flag and they weren’t kidding! It’s really enormous on a huge flag pole in the middle of...More
The main square was a half hour walk from our hotel and well worth it. We walked over in the evening after sunset and felt perfectly safe. There are a lot of cozy restaurants with great food and beverage options. There a fun dance lesson...More
A refreshing evening walking through the square. All the shops are open and welcoming you to spend your dollars. Outdoor restaurants and drinks; art galleries galore; tourist shops and more. A lovely evening with locals and tourists alike.
Went to town from our resort for two hours. It was fabulous. Small town square. Great food stands. Families enjoying the night. Loved the Baja brewery, gave lots of samples. The art Walk was great. Such friendly people. I wanted to stay longer and go...More
Eerily quiet last Saturday evening. Very few restaurants and they were not crowded. Quite a few souvenir shops but not a lot of bargaining We left after an hour and it was an expensive cab ride from our resort.
During the Thursday night festivals and art walks, the square is very lively with music and bands playing around the plaza. It was fun to mingle, have an ice cream and people watch along with listening to the music and enjoying the dance group performing....More
If your looking for a town full of nightlife, this is not it. The town is primarily fine arts and handmade trinkets. There is not much to do besides wander through art galleries, visit the local church, and stroll through the cobblestone streets.
Old world charm meets somewhat modern vendors. Nice visitors center that describes the surroundings, giant Mexican flag shows the pride of this typical old world main square, bring cash as some of the vendors don’t accept cards, fantastic paletas! (Popsicles made of pure fruit)
The Art Walk is on Thursday nights. They’re hosting it even during construction as it takes place in the art galleries and businesses that surround the plaza. I recommend Ivan Guaderrama’s art gallery. Very unique and... More
The Art Walk is on Thursday nights. They’re hosting it even during construction as it takes place in the art galleries and businesses that surround the plaza. I recommend Ivan Guaderrama’s art gallery. Very unique and fun. Have fun!
Hello there... I always get pesos there at the ATM of Banamex or BBV (Mexican banks) and the bank fees are RIDICULOUSLY low in comparison with in the US... most of the restaurants offer you a check with both pesos and US... More
Hello there... I always get pesos there at the ATM of Banamex or BBV (Mexican banks) and the bank fees are RIDICULOUSLY low in comparison with in the US... most of the restaurants offer you a check with both pesos and US dollars total so that helps, credit cards are accepted in most of the places I've been even at OXXO (Mexican version of 7 Eleven) I haven't rent a car... I always go to San Jose de Cabo and everything is walking distance except the airport but I always take the public transit to go to it... Have fun!