At least 10 so-called “magical towns” could lose that prestigious designation, warns the official in charge of the program.
Solving the noise problem in the Centro is not so easy, an acoustics expert says.
The Paseo de Montejo doesn’t have the capacity to absorb annual Carnaval festivities, the outgoing president of the local tourism business council said.
The dollar surged against Mexico’s peso after Mexico said it will impose a 20 percent tariff on U.S. pork imports.
The third Chicharra Festival 2018 is expected to attract more than 10,000 visitors and sell two tons of crispy fried pork bits.
Mexicans living the United States and elsewhere sent home a record amount of cash in April.
A St Louis-based company has cut the ribbon on a high-tech, high-volume wheat mill in a comisería between Progreso and Mérida.
A consumer advocate has sided against a tourist who demanded a full $2,500 refund once he discovered no decent selection of restaurants in rural Yucatán, among other complaints
The beauty of its architecture, its exquisite cuisine and the warmth of its people make the Centro Histórico an ideal setting for social media influencers.
Hotel occupancy rates have fallen as the industry readjusts to the business traveler’s expectations.