On the occasion of the celebration of the 113th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, the Puerto Vallarta City Council announced the partial closure and diversion of circulation in important streets in the city center this Monday, November 20, starting at 8:00 a.m. and ending at noon.
It should be noted that it is 8:00 am The civic ceremony will be held at the Plaza de Armas, the civic eventwith the raising of the flag and the corresponding awards and then at 9:00 am the start of the sports and cultural parade.
They expect the participation of about 30 contingents: opening of our armed forces, municipal police, firefighters, senior clubs, primary schools, secondary schools, high schools, universities, pentathlons, the scouts in their rhythmic tables, dances, pyramids and escorts, ending the charros.
The Mexican Revolution and the key characters of this movement
In consideration, 1,500 people will march, as well as many floatsthey estimate the time to be two to three hours, which is the duration of the revolutionary parade.
Las roads close to car traffic are: Mexico Avenue, between Nicaragua and 31 de Octubre, Morelos, from Corona and to Basilio Badillo, as well as part of Ignacio L. Vallarta, Lazaro Cardenas and Venustiano Carranza.
the Juárez Avenue can go in both directions from Corona to Libertad, Agustín Rodríguez is in the opposite direction, the Insurgentes in both directions between 5 de Febrero and Venustiano Carranza.
About public transportation They do not enter the city center, through the north entrance on Mexico Avenue they can reach Panama Street (Tienda Ley) returning through Colombia Street in the 5 de Diciembre neighborhood, while through the South entrance they can reach Aguacate Street, in Emiliano Zapata colony, returned through Basilio Badillo to Libramiento.