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Puerto Vallarta Emerges as Prime Destination for Digital Nomads

Puerto Vallarta's allure extends beyond tourism. Home to many retired Americans and Canadians who've chosen to live here, either permanently or at least for a few months of the year, this Mexican Pacific Coast city is attracting a new wave of residents: digital nomads.

Young Musicians Unite at Vallarta’s 1st National Orchestra Meeting

Music fills the air as Puerto Vallarta hosts the 1st National Meeting of Children's & Youth Orchestras. Over 60 young musicians from across Mexico have gathered for a week of workshops and cultural exchange. Don't miss the Gala Concert on April 5 at Teatro Vallarta and the closing performance at Los Arcos del Malec贸n on April 6.

Puerto Vallarta Reports Safe First Week of Easter Vacation

Puerto Vallarta emerged from the first week of the Easter vacation period (Semana Santa) unscathed, reporting a 'saldo blanco' despite a throng of tourists. Over 82,000 visitors basked on the city's famed beaches, and an estimated 19,000 people enjoyed nightly strolls along the Malec贸n.

Another Section of Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta Shortcut Opens

Drivers heading to Puerto Vallarta for Easter will be happy to know that the long-awaited Compostela-Las Varas section of the Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta shortcut is finally open, slashing travel times and offering a smoother ride. Construction of another section that will connect the San Vicente to the airport is underway.

Semana Santa & Pascua Have Puerto Vallarta Bursting at the Seams

The Easter holidays have Puerto Vallarta bursting at the seams with soaring hotel occupancy (89.3% avg.), and exceeding 95% on peak days. Over 248,000 tourists are expected, generating a potential $3.6 billion peso economic boost. The city's strategic location and bolstered security measures ensure a smooth experience.

Puerto Vallarta Beaches Deemed Safe for Easter Holidays

Ten Puerto Vallarta beaches boast clean water for Easter vacations. Jalisco health officials analyzed bacteria levels and declared that the Yelapa, Quimixto, Las 脕nimas, Mismaloya, Gemelas, Los Muertos, Del Cuale, Oasis, Las Palmas, and Camarones beaches are safe for swimming, based on federal standards.

Puerto Vallarta Ready for the Busy Easter Vacation Period

With Holy Week here, and Easter fast approaching, the Directorate of Tourism and Economic Development in Puerto Vallarta is prepared for an increase in tourism. Director Christian Preciado C谩zares anticipates hotels will be at full capacity by Thursday, with additional visitors utilizing vacation rental platforms.

Marina Vallarta Residents Donate Police Patrol Vehicle

On Wednesday, residents of Marina Vallarta presented a new patrol truck and improved office space to the municipality's Public Security Police Station. This marks the fourth patrol vehicle donation by Marina Vallarta residents during the current administration.

2nd Sabor en Competencia Showcased Vallarta’s Municipal Markets

The second edition of 'Sabor en Competencia', a cooking contest celebrating local culinary diversity and products from Puerto Vallarta's municipal markets, took place last weekend at Parque Hidalgo. Alongside the competition, the event featured cultural presentations, as well as discussions on food and beverages.

ROMPE Collective Announces Creation of 5 Urban Murals in Vallarta

The ROMPE Arte Urbano Collective, a group of Puerto Vallarta artists, academics, and citizens founded in 2021, recently announced the creation of five murals across the city. The project, supported by the municipal government and local businesses, aims to celebrate Vallarta's culture and identity through art.
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