Puerto Vallarta News Brief on 19 March 2023
With an influx of over 2,400 flights this March and the recently opened "mega bridge," it's no surprise why it's a top tourist destination. However, recent incidents highlight the need for increased vigilance and security measures, along with improved infrastructure.
In recent news, the city of Puerto Vallarta has seen a surge in flights as it exceeds 2,400 flights for March. This influx of visitors is no surprise given the city's many attractions, including the recently opened "mega-bridge" that has been a hit with tourists.
Unfortunately, the city has also seen its fair share of crime recently. A truck driver was assaulted and injured with bricks in a disturbing incident that highlights the need for increased vigilance and security measures on the city's roads. Similarly, a chicken shop was robbed in the Sendero de Luna neighborhood, emphasizing the need for law enforcement to step up their efforts to protect local businesses.
The city has also faced challenges on its highways, as a trailer carrying crates of milk overturned on Highway 200, causing a major traffic jam. Unfortunately, this event also attracted criminals who took advantage of the situation and robbed the overturned trailer.
Despite these challenges, Puerto Vallarta continues to attract tourists from all over the world. Visitors can enjoy the city's beautiful beaches and warm weather, as well as its rich cultural heritage and vibrant nightlife. The recently opened "mega-bridge" has been a particular hit with tourists, offering stunning views of the city and its surroundings.
While Puerto Vallarta faces some challenges related to crime and infrastructure, it remains a top tourist destination for those looking for a beautiful and culturally rich vacation spot. It is hoped that increased security measures and better infrastructure will help the city continue to thrive in the years to come.