Progreso needs tourist attractions to make cruise passengers stay at the port

The “Carnival Dream”,third cruise of this week, disappointed Progreso service providers on Thursday October 17th,.

“‘Uju’um Festival” seeks to detonate tourism in the port of Progreso

An important artistic-ecological event will take place on Saturday, July 20, at the beach of.

“Carnival Dream” kicks off June with good sales in Progreso

On its first arrival in the year and opening the summer cruise-season in June, the.

Severe fines against those who throw trash in the open

Numerous residents and visitors continue to leave trash on corners, beaches and other sites in.

Drunk people will be rigorously sanctioned in Progreso´s Malecon

Authorities are taking the necessary steps to improve the tourism experience. PROGRESO. – Authorities will.

Two Tabasqueños caught for assault, could be the open sea masked high jackers

Two suspects have been detained (both from Tabasco) and accused of an assault committed on.

Progreso´s tragedy… The sad aftermath

PROGRESO YUCATAN.- Pedro Alfonso López Cabrera, would never have imagined that Sunday, February 17, was.

Locusts invade the skies of Mérida

After thousands of locusts arrived at the beaches of Progreso and Sisal three days ago,.

New $60M USD fuel storage facility to open in Progreso next year

The energy distribution company Hidrosur projects that by May 2018 it will be operating the.

Yucatan coast suffers the “north winds” effect

Progreso’s new fuel terminal was damaged and trees uprooted… PROGRESO – The strong winds that.

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State, Municipal and Federal governments join forces to fight crime in Progreso

The State and Municipal Police, along with the National Guard, are joining forces to fight crime in this municipality. On…

The Conquest of the Maya… a long battle.

The definitive conquest of the Maya by the Spanish was a long process that lasted more than a century and…

Archaeological remains in Mérida must be preserved (INAH)

Merida Yucatan; January 23, 2020 (ACOM) .- With strong citizen participation, the rescue of parks with archaeological remains in Mérida…

Salvador Alvarado sports complex reopens its doors

After five months of remodeling works, the Salvador Alvarado Stadium was reopened on Saturday Jan. 18th, with the presence of…

Mérida joins UNESCO Creative Cities Network

The UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) is a project of UNESCO launched in 2004 to promote cooperation among cities which recognized creativity…