Home NewsPeninsulaMerida Mérida’s “Corredor Turístico” a magnet for national and international tourism

Mérida’s “Corredor Turístico” a magnet for national and international tourism

by Yucatan Times
0 comment

The Tourist and Gastronomic Corridor on 60th Street will house boutique hotels, craft stores, and guayaberas, due to the vocation it will have, said the president of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (Canaco) of Mérida, Levy Abraham Macari.

In an interview, he said that it is expected that, together with 47th Street and the Great La Plancha Park, they will become a great attraction for the Yucatecan capital, as it is destined to become a magnet for regional, national, and international tourism.

“Boutique hotels, some craft stores, and guayaberas… It is a topic very focused on the tourist side,” he said.

He added that although some businesses are not directly related to tourism, it is expected that the commercial offer will be focused on attracting Yucatecans and visitors from other places and that the 47th Street corridor, completed and inaugurated four months ago, will receive walkers during the upcoming Easter (Semana Santa) holidays.

Abraham Macari added that the reports from the restaurant sector operating in that area are positive, which suggests an environment conducive to economic growth.

“The revitalization of 60th Street and the opening of the Gran Parque La Plancha are presented as opportunities for 47th Street to become an important tourist and commercial attraction for Mérida, it is a project that will offer a unique experience for visitors and will strengthen the local economy,” he indicated.

He considered that the development of this area represents an exciting opportunity for economic growth and the promotion of tourism in Yucatán, reaffirming Mérida’s position as an international class destination.

The first stage of the Tourist and Gastronomic Corridor, which covers 47th Street between 56th and 48th, was inaugurated in November of last year, thus renewing the urban image, a project to detonate the economy of the Historic Center of the city.

TYT Newsroom

You may also like

Leave a Comment

Our Company

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consect etur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis.

Newsletter

Laest News

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept

Are you sure want to unlock this post?
Unlock left : 0
Are you sure want to cancel subscription?
-
00:00
00:00
Update Required Flash plugin
-
00:00
00:00