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The largest tourist-centered city isn't Paris or New York, according to a World Tourism and Travel Council report.
A Foster City, Calif., woman found a surprise souvenir after returning home from a vacation in Cancun.
Airlines appear to be tripping over each other to connect U.S. travelers to Cancun.
Two members of a Georgia sheriff's office were released late Saturday after Mexican authorities detained them for weapons possession in Cancun two nights before.
The U.S. State Department's latest travel warning suggests that Cancun is safer than the Pacific Coast.
A fifth terminal at the Cancun International Airport won't happen until Terminal 4 expands.
International tourism in Mexico is still growing well beyond industry averages, but some airlines are reducing flights to the Riviera Maya and other beach resort areas, citing decreased demand and rising competition.
When a newly elected Morena-party senator announced a huge tourist project linking sun-and-fun destinations with more cultural sites by rail, reaction was varied.
A senator-elect for Quintana Roo announced a new bullet train will begin construction in 2019 and be fully completed six years later.
Gunmen on jet skis shot at a beach vendor at the Riu Palace in Cancun, an unprecedented encroachment of violence into the hotel zone.
After 15 months of operating in defiance of state law, Uber announced that it will suspend activities at 9 a.m. today as a "gesture of collaboration."
A spoof news site Mas Viral No Hay, or “There Is None More Viral,” wants an alarmist story they published about Cancun to be shared.
Uber is threatening to leave Cancun's growing resort market if proposed rules governing the ride-hailing service go through.
President Enrique Peña Nieto presided over Tuesday's inaugural ceremony at the Cancun International Airport.
Reports of tainted, bootleg liquor at all-inclusive resorts on the Riviera Maya will not result in a travel warning from the U.S. Consulate, which does not have “sufficient information." Tracking down details has been difficult for many reasons.
A newborn baby is home in the United States after U.S. officials intervened in what they call a two-day-long billing dispute.
An American tourist who gave birth prematurely in Cancun is unable to bring her baby home until an exorbitant hospital bill is paid, according to news reports in Indiana.
With hurricane season looming on the horizon, President Enrique Peña Nieto addressed a U.N. conference, urging wealthy countries to help poorer ones limit their exposure to natural hazards.
Over 550 guests are free after a hotel here tried to block their departure over some hefty charges in dispute.
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