During the Semana Santa and Easter Week holiday period, the dowtown of Valladolid has been visited by thousands of tourists on their way to the archaeological zones of Chichén Itzá or Ek Balam, which resulted in a significant economic revenue for the city.
Providers of tourist services were benefited from the visit of tourists, who mostly came from different parts of Quintana Roo.
The streets, the park and the temple of San Gervacio were also visited by a great number of tourists who arrived in buses, private vehicles and vans, which represented an excellent opportunity for sellers of handicrafts.
National and foreign visitors toured the Cathedral, the downtown area, the Municipal Palace, the main park and many of the walked all the way down to the ex convent of San Bernardino.
According to data provided by tourism personnel of the municipality, several thousand tourists passed through the city in different types of vehicles, spending an average of $200 each, in the purchase of arts & crafts.
While an important figure was also registered in Valladolid hotels.
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