Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Governor Mara Lezama says the state will promote the Maya Train project during the upcoming International Tourism Fair (FITUR). She says the project will be promoted to attract more investment, employment and development opportunities in Quintana Roo.
“At the most important tourism fair in the world we will present one of the most important projects which will bring great benefits of mobility, tourism and visibility to the Mayan world, generating well-being and prosperity in the Mexican southeast regions of the state that need it most,” she said.
Lezama, along with Javier May, the General Director of the National Tourism Fund (FONATUR), met to review the train’s construction progress as well as the details to promote the project to Spanish businessmen, tour operators and tourism professionals.
The Maya Train, which she says is one of the most important projects of the Government of Mexico, will interconnect the main cities and tourist areas of five states in the southeast of the country and will allow the mobility of tourists, visitors and inhabitants.
The International Tourism Fair (FITUR) runs from January 18 to 22.