How to get to PV
Puerto Vallarta is located on the Western coast of the State of Jalisco, where the Sierra Madre Occidental mountains and the Bay of Banderas in the Pacific Ocean meet. The State of Nayarit is to its north, the Municipality of Cabo Corrientes is to its south and Talpa de Allende to the east, along with San Sebastian and Mascota.
Vallarta is connected to Guadalajara by way of three highways: The Guadalajara-Compostela-Puerto Vallarta toll road, the Guadalajara-Autlán-Puerto Vallarta highway, and the pilgrim route Guadalajara-Ameca-Talpa/Mascota-Puerto Vallarta. Many bus lines offer service to the city, including ETN, Primera Plus, Futura, Vallarta Plus, and TAP.
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