Diversifying the tourist offer of the city, from December 16 to 24, Posadas will be held in the downtown area of Puerto Vallarta, which will be organized by Neighborhood Associations of downtown.
According to the information provided by the director of Municipal Tourism, Ramón González Lomelí, this is aimed at rescuing the traditional Christmas Posadas that were carried out in the city in previous years, which brought together the people of Vallarta in the different neighborhoods of the city.
With this, González Lomelí said, it also seeks to promote coexistence between the Vallarta residents and foreign residents, as well as the participation of tourists in the traditions of this city.
In these Posadas, both residents and foreign tourists will be able to live the Mexican traditions, being able to eat the typical national foods, ask for an inn and break the piñata. “We are trying to rescue the traditions,” added González Lomelí.
Las Posadas Navideñas, are popular festivals of Mexican origin that have transcended the center and south of the American continent. They take place during the nine days before Christmas, remembering the pilgrimage that, according to the Christian faith, Mary and Joseph made from Nazareth to Bethlehem and their search for an inn, or Posada in Spanish.
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