Like Woolworth before it, Sears in the U.S. appears headed to oblivion while its Mexican counterpart is doing just fine.
While preparing to announce new flights, the Manuel Crescencio Rejón Airport has invited airlines to send larger planes to its runways.
Parks such as Santa Lucia’s have been given over to tourists at the expense of locals.That’s one conclusion discussed this week at a seminar exploring the impact of foreigners on Mexico’s historic centers.
The number of cruise ship arrivals at the port of Progreso will increase in October, with 11 pleasure boats expected this month.
The Festival de las Ánimas (Festival of Souls) 2018, which will be held from Oct. 24 to 31, celebrates Yucatán’s unique take on the Day of the Dead.
While protesters staged a sit-in at the gates of a giant pig processing plant, two vans from an environmental agency arrived and closed five cenotes without explanation.
Another meeting between government officials from five states will get down to brass tacks on the Maya Train issue.
Much to the chagrin of several artists, the state Ministry of Culture and the Arts decided not to host a 2018 edition of the Fall Cultural Arts Festival, as it is known in English.
The Mayan train will start in Chiapas and Tabasco next year, said President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador after meeting with state officials in Palenque.
Coming in at No. 6, Mexico rose two places in the world ranking for international tourism in 2017, the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization announced.