Puerto Vallarta Announces Date for 6th Taco Fair

Read news about the latest developments in Puerto Vallarta, including updates on the Tianguis Turístico 2023, concerns over construction sites and environmental impact, the upcoming spring equinox ritual, and the 6th Taco Fair in Puerto Vallarta.

Puerto Vallarta Announces Date for 6th Taco Fair
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Puerto Vallarta - As the city prepares for the upcoming Tianguis Turístico 2023, there have been several developments in and around the town.

Urban Development has made a statement that the "Pilitas walkway will be respected," which comes as good news for those who have been concerned about the future of the popular walking area. Meanwhile, the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (Profepa) has closed nine construction sites in Vallarta for not having an environmental impact study, indicating that there is still work to be done to ensure the preservation of natural resources in the region.

As the spring equinox approaches, locals and visitors alike are looking forward to the annual ritual to charge up with energy. The city is preparing to welcome people from all over the world to enjoy this unique experience.

In other news, the organizers of the 6th Taco Fair in Puerto Vallarta have announced the date for the event, which is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. However, concerns have been raised regarding the ongoing construction work on Politécnico Nacional Street, which is causing inconvenience to residents and tourists alike.

Furthermore, regulations for motorcycle sales have not yet been put in place, which is leading to concerns over safety. Finally, Puerto Vallarta and Bahia are among the most indebted municipalities in Mexico, according to recent reports.

Despite these challenges, Puerto Vallarta continues to be a popular tourist destination. The city recently enjoyed an excellent long weekend, with many visitors flocking to the area. However, as of yet, City Hall has not received a proposal to declare the Historic Downtown as a Magical Town, a decision that many are eagerly anticipating.