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Puerto Vallarta nominated in the Readers’ Choice Awards 2023

By Tribune Travel

April 27, 2023

The Secretary of Tourism of the State of Jalisco, Vanessa Perez Lamas, announced that Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara have been nominated among the best cities in the world in the 2023 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, one of the most prestigious international awards in the travel industry, recognising the best places in the world.

It is with great pride that Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara are once again positioned as the best cities to travel to, but this is no surprise, both cities reflect the diversity and natural and historical richness that we have in Jalisco and their nomination shows that two of our best destinations are on the right track and that Jalisco, both on the beach and in the city, always guarantees travellers the best experiences in Mexico.

Voting to choose the winning city will close on 30 June and you are invited to vote by visiting the following website: www.cntraveler.com/vote. In this edition of the competition, Mexico has 18 iconic cities, including Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta.

The Readers’ Choice Awards are held annually to recognise the world’s best in the travel industry in 18 categories including airlines, airports, car rental, cruises, trains, spas, villas, hotels and resorts, luggage brands, restaurants, bars and clubs, tour operators, as well as destinations such as countries, cities, beaches and islands.

Currently, Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta are the most visited destinations in Jalisco for city and beach tourism. During the Holy Week and Easter holidays, Puerto Vallarta recorded an occupancy rate of 86% and generated economic revenues of 1,675 million pesos.

In addition, Puerto Vallarta was the destination with the highest hotel occupancy in the country, with 287,000 tourists visiting the city, an increase of 17.8% compared to 2019.

With reporting by Brenda Beltrán for Tribuna de la Bahía





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