The interim mayor, Rodolfo Domínguez Monroy, led the twinning ceremony and noted that Puerto Vallarta is a growing city, and as a government, we work on a vision to develop our resources, improve infrastructure and take care of the environment, but also improve the quality of life of its inhabitants.
Accompanied by the General Consul of Mexico in San Francisco, Gemí José González López; the president of the tourism commission, Martha Susana Rodríguez Mejía and the director of Municipal Tourism, Ramón González Lomelí, the mayor recognized those who took the steps to form the relationship with the committee for the benefit of tourism in Puerto Vallarta.
The councilor Susana Rodríguez Mejía, said that this is a joint effort, mainly recognizing the LGBT community in the city, a thriving sector that contributes to the greatness of Puerto Vallarta.
Also, she announced that for a year they have worked on this twinning, which today is crystallized with the support of the members of the Committee of Sister Cities, so she said that this fraternity will strengthen ties with a destination that receives two daily flights from the city of San Francisco, in addition to sharing a love and inclusion for the differences and communities that both cities represent.
Puerto Vallarta been a well-established and popular Mexico gay travel destination for many years.
1. Puerto Vallarta has the most well developed gay nightlife in Mexico! The first gay bar opened more than 20 years ago and today more than 25 gay bars and clubs are operating *some until 6 am, each unique and all located in the gayborhood.
2. Puerto Vallarta has a true Gay Zone. The Zona Romantica is a true gayborhood with all the gay bars, clubs, businesses, restaurants, and gay hotels within a safe walking distance of each other. With some rare exceptions, you never have to leave the gayborhood for anything.
San Francisco, California is one of the largest and most prominent LGBT communities in the world.
It is one of the most important in the history of LGBT rights and activism. The city its has the nickname “gay capital of the world”, and has been described as “the original ‘gay-friendly city. Like Puerto Vallarta, it has a gayborhood “The Castro” and many gay bars and businesses located inside of it.