Mexico City, Mexico — Quintana Roo state dignitaries are part of the representation in the 47th Tianguis Turístico in Mexico City. The event is being attended by representatives from across the country including 12 governors.
Quintana Roo Governor Mara Lezama says she is working to promote all 11 municipalities in the state. Mexico tourism focuses on food, culture, hotels, ecotourism and tourist experiences, to name a few.
The Secretary of Tourism of Mexico, Miguel Torruco Marqués, is also participating in the event. He emphasized the tourism potential of Mexico worldwide, saying that despite having faced a global pandemic, Mexico managed to maintain itself as a country with open doors for tourists and endorsed itself as a world tourism power.
Torruco Marqués highlighted that this edition of the Tianguis Turístico is an unbeatable showcase for Mexico to shine its splendor before the eyes of the whole worldm with its cultural heritage, gastronomy, its pre-Hispanic sites, its crafts and its 132 Magical Towns and 32 Magical Neighborhoods and, especially its exceptional service providers, which have transformed the country into an emblematic destination with great value for its travelers.
Governor Lezama says she is promoting the southeast of the country as a potential region for the development in Mexico with actions that will contribute to improve the quality of life of citizens since tourism is the main employment sector for a majority of locals.
“We must work to develop strong tourist protection strategies as well as efforts aimed at building a positive perception through promotional actions and diplomatic efforts,” said Lezama.
The tourist fair runs March 26 to 29 in Mexico City.