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The event known as the Tianguis Turístico Mexico will bring together representatives from the country’s 32 states, as well as buyers from 70 countries.
Yucatan’s international convention center. Photo: Lee Steele / YEL After being shut down since mid-March under coronavirus contingencies,...
Mexico’s massive tourist fair in 2016, when Guadalajara hosted. Photo: File The international tourist fair, which for which...
Merida's Siglo XXI convention center in 2020, after a big renovation. The Siglo XXI and the Yucatan International...
The Siglo XXI convention center's expansion is on track. Photo: Courtesy Merida, Yucatan — The city's future as a...
Dozens of Nobel laureates have arrived to take part in the world summit devoted to world peace.
The upcoming Nobel Prize Summit has city officials budgeting for better street lighting in the hotel zone.
Nobel Peace Laureate Tevekkul Karman participates the 16th Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Bogota, Colombia in 2017. Photo: Getty
State officials are apparently aware that growing congestion issues could leave a bad impression.
Global forum chose Merida despite competing bids from larger cities
Merida, Yucatan — The city's third Hermana República has opened in a historic home that was integrated into...
In 2011, when the restaurant Katún opened on Calle 60, between Avenida Colón and Cupules, the owners were in a prime location. But they couldn't possibly have known just how prime.
Now several hotels are in the works, with more investments certain to follow, said Carol Kolozs Fischer, vice president of tourism for the local Chamber of Commerce.
President Enrique Peña Nieto's visit to Yucatán on Thursday marked two projects designed to ignite the state's economy.
Workers are scrambling with last-minute details to get the International Congress Center open by Thursday.
Sometime during the last week of March, the new International Convention Center of Yucatán will be ready to roll. And in April, the first conventions will roll in, one of international stature.
A building that served as a landmark to past generations has been torn down in the name of a growing Hotel Zone.
The Yucatán International Convention Center, Powered by Samsung, is set to open in March 2018, three months later than initially announced.
Burying cables that until now were suspended on poles is the final stage of street modernization around the new convention center.