Cozumel joins the ranks of Magical Towns!

According to the Mexican Ministry of Tourism, a Magical Town is a place that “through time and in the face of modernity, has preserved its value and cultural heritage”. It is a community that preserves its magic with the passage of time, a place where stories emanate, transcendent events within the daily life of society, […]


Gastronomic Festivals in Mexico 2024

This year 2024 is a great year to visit Mexico, because it will host several gastronomic festivals where you can enjoy its culture, different delicacies, drinks and an excellent atmosphere, because as it is known, Mexico specializes in good parties, good drinks and excellent entertainment.


Interoceanic train launched in Mexico

The President of Mexico has inaugurated the first line of the Interoceanic Train, aimed at connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. The Z Line of the Isthmus Train started operating on December 22, 2023, while the FA Line will only operate in the Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz – Roberto Ayala, Tabasco section from this date. In March 2024, passenger service will begin in the Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz – Palenque, Chiapas section of the FA Line. Finally, in July 2024, the KLine will start providing service to the public.


AMLO inaugurates Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport in Tulum

Embarking on a new chapter, General Ricardo Vallejo, commander of the Engineer Group “Felipe Ángeles,” marked a significant milestone on December 1st at 12:30 p.m. The Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport in Tulum is now ready for commercial operations, fulfilling the vision set forth by the President of the Republic. Vallejo conveyed his best wishes to the operators and acknowledged the invaluable support from Secretary of National Defense, Luis Crecencio.


Jaguar-Tulum Park

The Jaguar Park, a project of the Government of Mexico for the territorial planning of Tulum, Quintana Roo, is an environmental and cultural preservation project that covers an area of 1,000 hectares (about 2,500 acres) and aims to become a protected public space where people can live in harmony with nature and appreciate Mayan history.

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