A look at tourism from the standpoint of culture, art and aesthetics will guide a colloquium organized by the Higher School of Arts of Yucatán at La Plancha.
A noise crackdown on bars and club Quinta Avenida, or Fifth Avenue, has revealed tensions between nightclubs and the hotels who house many of their patrons.
How does society protect local culture while welcoming more tourists? Around 130 researchers and academics from Mexico and the Caribbean are comparing notes on that quandary.
Luck wasn’t a lady at the new casino. Ten days after its opening, the controversial gaming hall shut its doors on Tuesday.
Now several hotels are in the works, with more investments certain to follow, said Carol Kolozs Fischer, vice president of tourism for the local Chamber of Commerce.
City Hall is finalizing details of its new noise regulations, which could be approved sometime this week, said a local councilman.
President Enrique Peña Nieto’s visit to Yucatán on Thursday marked two projects designed to ignite the state’s economy.
New levels of violence and warnings from the U.S. State Department didn’t keep tourists from playing at Playa del Carmen.
Government officials welcomed kiosks that help migration agents process international passengers at Mexico’s three busiest airports.
A pork processing plant in Umán will spend US$350 million in the next two years to double its capacity.