17 de marzo de 2017. El alcalde Mauricio Vila con el gobernador de Querétaro. Foto oficial

Mérida and Querétaro are joining forces to boost the tourism sector in both cities, through offering new and traditional regional products and the most exclusive hotels of the southern region of México,. The two cities laid out plans during a breakfast that took place in the city of Querétaro on Wednesday March 22nd.

Lourdes Mora Anaya, Director of the department of Attention and Tourist Information of Querétaro’s Secretariat of Tourism; Carolina Cárdenas, head of Mérida’s Directorate of Tourism; Esther Carboney, head of Querétaro’s Office of Tourism and International Affairs, leaders of the Association of Hotels and several entrepreneurs of both states attended the event.

The attendees to this event could taste a Yucatecan breakfast, scrambled eggs with chaya, and enjoy Trova music.

It should be noted that Mérida was named for the second time as the American Capital of Culture, which is why it seeks to attract more tourists from the center of the country.

Meanwhile, on Friday March 17, Mayor of Mérida, Mauricio Vila Dosal, along with the Governor of Querétaro, Francisco Domínguez Servién, met to strengthen the relationship between those entities.

Domínguez Servién explained that his administration have the commitment to develop high-qualified human resources needed for the automotive and aerospace industry, which is currently established in the central zone of México.

17 de marzo de 2017. El alcalde Mauricio Vila con el gobernador de Querétaro. Foto oficial
Mayor of Mérida, Mauricio Vila along with Governor of Querétaro (Photo: Diario de Querétaro)

Otherwise, Mauricio Vila led the event, and showcased the tourist offerings in the white city, their gastronomic heritage, cultural and tourism attractions and services offered in this capital, highlighting their qualities such as safety, the ideal destination for conventions and their proximity to great archaeological sites and wonderful beaches.


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