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Puerto Vallarta’s Sister Cities Promote Tourism and Cultural Relationships

By Tribune Travel

July 24, 2023

Puerto Vallarta’s partnerships with other cities are very important because they promote tourism and cultural ties between the two communities.

This is the case of the Sister Cities Committee Puerto Vallarta-Highland Park, which was formed 21 years ago and has allowed to promote the arrival of tourists from this city near Chicago, which has translated into a greater flow of visitors that leave an abundant economic benefit, considered Miguel Ortega, who is a member of this friendship association.

The interviewee commented that the Puerto Vallarta-Highland Park Sister City Committee has left its mark here:

The benefits are remarkable in areas such as tourism, education, culture and the arts; the benefits of the altruistic work of this association have reached institutions such as the firefighters, the San Juan Diego shelter, the Corazon de Niña Home or the Animal Welfare Center, among others, and more projects are coming.

In view of these good results, he said that it is excellent that new partnerships are being prepared between Puerto Vallarta and other cities in the United States and Canada.

We must highlight the work of the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Promotion Trust, which has played a very important role in strengthening the ties between communities united by tourism.

Miguel Ortega inetrview

Miguel Ortega, also general manager of the Nogalito Ecotourism Park, said that under the chairmanship of Paula Jimenez, who heads the Puerto Vallarta-Highland Park Sister Cities Committee, a new project is moving forward.

We want to install a house of culture in the community of Los Llanitos in Ixtapa to offer activities to a group of children and teenagers, and we are going to achieve it.

The longest and most productive twinning of the port is with Santa Barbara, California, with more than 50 years, some of the most recent ones have been with Aguascalientes, Compostela, Nayarit, Tequisquiapan, Querétaro and Tecatitlán, Jalisco.





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