Tag: Mexico Secretary of Tourism

Mexico Tourism Board Names New CEO

The Mexico Report travel blog would like to cordially welcome Lourdes Berho to the Mexico tourism family. Lourdes Berho has been named Mexico Tourism Board’s new CEO, according to Travel Weekly. Berho replaces Rodolfo Lopez Negrete, who announced his retirement…

The History, Culture and Attractions of Tecate, a “Pueblo Magico” or Magic Town

The city of Tecate was named a Pueblo Magico, or Magic Town by Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism. Although the declaration was originally made in November 2012, the town has recently completed upgrades. Tecate is number 75 of 83 Magic Towns…

Mexico Recognized as “Tourism Board of The Year” by Virtuoso Luxury Travel Network

Mexico Tourism Board and Virtuoso

Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Gloria Guevara Accepts Award on Behalf of the Mexico Tourism Board LAS VEGAS – The Mexico Tourism Board was honored by renowned luxury travel network, Virtuoso, with the first-ever “Virtuoso Tourism Board of the Year” award.  Mexico…

World Heritage Convention 40th Anniversary to Take Place in Querétaro, Mexico

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In the framework of the 40th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention, The Mexican Secretary of Tourism, the National Council for Arts and Culture and the National Institute of Anthropology and History, in collaboration with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre…

10.4 Million Tourists Expected to Visit Mexico in Final Two Weeks of 2011

Approximately 10.4 million tourists are expected to visit Mexico during the last two weeks of 2011, according to estimates announced recently by Secretary of Tourism Gloria Guevara Manzo. The Mexican newspaper Excelsior reported that 10.4 million national and international visitors will vacation in Mexican tourist…

Mexico to Host World Travel & Tourism Council’s First Regional Summit

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) just announced that it will hold its first Regional Summit on 16-18 May in 2012 in Mexico. The Regional Summit will be hosted in Cancun, Quintana Roo by the Mexican Ministry of Tourism.…