Mayor José Isabel Cortés Góngora told a local newspaper that he has learned entrepreneurs are interested in opening a casino in Progreso.
Flights for the upcoming weekends from Mexico City to the Yucatecan capital are packed.
The city is estimated to close out 2017 with an increase in 200,000 tourists over last year.
An urban art initiative has brightened the walkway between the Cathedral and the Macay museum with 850 opened, upright umbrellas suspended from above.
A full-size replica of the world’s greatest art and tourist attractions – the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City – will be here Nov. 6 – 19.
After a summer break, the second stage of the current downtown facade rescue program heads north toward Parque Santa Ana.
To build on the viability of cenotes as a tourist attraction, Yucatán has formed an alliance with a professional group in Spain.
Extending the 20-block route by another three blocks will take tens of thousands of revelers to the main square.
The Cancun airport’s fourth terminal, which is about to officially open, follows the completion of Terminal 3 in 2016.
Mexican ports received 4.5 million cruise passengers at the end of August, up 14 percent from 4 million last year, according to federal government statistics.