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5 de Diciembre
day of the dead puerto vallarta
October 28 Catrinas Show 1:00 PM Plaza Caracol “The Son of the Catrina” Show 2 sets – Dueto Ponce 1:00 PM Plaza Caracol Show Musical – Coco 4:00 PM Plaza Caracol Catrina Contest 4:00 PM Plaza Caracol October 29th Exhibition Local Legends Vallartenses with stories and illustrations, CUC. (Exhibition from 29 Oct to 3 Nov)...
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At least 80 colonies in Puerto Vallarta will be without drinking water and will register low pressure due to the repair work that Seapal Vallarta personnel will carry out in a main line of 30 inches in diameter, which is located under the east lane of Av Mexico Avenue. The lack or reduction of the...
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día de los muertos
Día de Muertos is a Mexican holiday, which translates to “Day of the Dead,” that is celebrated in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to remember those who have died. While Día de Muertos is often confused with Halloween, the day is actually different from the U.S. holiday all together as Halloween creates fear of death and those...
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The Secretariat of the Navy in Mexico will participate in the celebration of the “100 years of Puerto Vallarta” as a municipality, through musical events. It is important to highlight that through these events the history is commemorated and the future of one of the most emblematic ports of the National Territory is forged, that...
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According to a doctoral study from the University of Guadalajara (UdeG ), real estate developments contribute to segregation and generate feelings of dispossession among the inhabitants of Puerto Vallarta. These urban changes transgress the traditional image of Puerto Vallarta and causes a remarkable separation between the local inhabitants and tourists, according to Dr. José Alfonso...
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With the aim of deterring or eradicating criminal practices that threaten the integrity of citizens and visitors, Puerto Vallarta continues to carry out the “Safe Vallarta” operation. Commissioner Jorge Antonio Hernández Valencia, said that surveillance and crime prevention actions have been reinforced in colonies such as 5 de Diciembre, El Cerro, El Caloso, Buenos Aires,...
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rains
Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña toured the areas affected by heavy rains that was recorded late Sunday night, where staff from different areas of the City Council immediately went to carry out cleaning work and support the population where required. Accompanied by municipal officials, the mayor noted the actions taking place for the removal...
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lights
Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña inaugurated the new lighting system on Av. Mexico in the city’s 5 de Diciembre colony, where the project also includes other streets of this important tourist area, which is becoming more attractive to visitors and pedestrians in general. Along the route, 42 luminaires of 87 watts of power were installed with...
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Day of the Dead is one of the most iconic Mexican traditions because of the whole ritual around this date. There are different events in Puerto Vallarta, showing locals and visitors the mysticism behind this celebration. We’ll be waiting for you. Don’t miss one of the most iconic traditions of Mexico, in Puerto Vallarta. From...
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By Carmen Poon Hi everyone. After taking the summer off, I am officially back in the saddle again. (Gene Autry would be so proud of me. So will my dad, because I just managed to mention a country music icon!) Let’s get going shall we? Like many students, when I was in university I had...
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During the month of March, ExPats in Vallarta will be having two Happy Hour gatherings.  They will be on Tuesday, March 1st  and Tuesday, March 15th    at Langostino’s from 5:00 to 7:00pm.  Langostinos is located on Los Muertos Beach just north of the new pier. Wine and Appetizer evenings are scheduled for Friday March 4th...
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From October 28 to November 2 Puerto Vallarta celebrates the most representative tradition of Mexico, Day of the Dead, and has prepared a series of activities for you to learn more about this unique celebration which will be held in different venues around the city. Enjoy a delicious Pan de Muerto while walking through art...
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Another victim of city buses lost his life on Monday after having his head crushed by a bus. The driver of the bus fled the scene on foot leaving his bus in the 5 de Diciembre colony where the event took place. Locals said the man killed was known in the area as an alcoholic...
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Over 500 people have taken to the streets of Puerto Vallarta from 5 de Diciembre to the River, and from the beach to Naranjo, all in an effort to clean up the tourist zone at the start of this high season. While Puerto Vallarta is already in the peak season for tourism and the area...
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All five city cemeteries are ready to welcome an estimated 16,000 people on November first and second as they come to visit their dearly departed during Day of the Dead, the Puerto Vallarta government reported. The improvements and cleaning of the area cemeteries is a noticeable difference to those who have loved ones buried in...
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