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Magical Towns
In order for Jalisco to continue on the world stage, the world’s largest tequila tasting will be held, seeking to obtain the Guinness Record. For this reason, the Secretariat of Tourism (Sectur), the municipal government of Guadalajara and the National Chamber of the Tequila Industry (CNIT) summon the citizenship to Plaza Liberación at 5:00 pm,...
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Poverty has increased in one of every three towns integrated to the Magical Towns program since 2012. The brand has operated for 17 years and groups 121 communities, where 6 million people live. The program was created with the intention of contributing to a rising quality of life, employment and promoting investment in diversified tourist...
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After receiving the recognition as a Magical Town, Tlaquepaque will concentrate on improving the urban image and tourist offerings. “We have been working since the first administration: we modified streets, the whole electrical systems, and (for) that, we finally receive the name Magical Town, because from here we have to make many changes to the...
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There were 10 municipalities that joined the 111 Magical Towns of Mexico. The appointment of these new members of the federal program was announced at the 5th National Fair of Magic Towns. This time, 88 towns competed to reach the honour and unfortunately, we can not meet the requests of all and chose those who...
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sayulita pueblo magico
Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Enrique de la Madrid Cordero, was on hand in Sayulita to unveil the Pueblo Màgico plaque to the city at a special ceremony. The secretary said that Sayulita now has a responsibility to maintain an attractive destination for national and international tourists and to promote Mexico as a safe and friendly...
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The Tourism Ministry added 28 new destinations to the list of Magical Towns (Pueblos Magicos), which include the nearby cities of Sayulita, Talpa de Allende, and Mascota. The Pueblos Magicos fair held today in Puebla, Mexico announced a total of 28 new additions to the list.  The national program brings attention and tourism funding to...
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The Federal Ministry of Tourism will announce 17 new certified ‘Pueblo Mágico’ towns in Mexico during their convention in Puebla next week, September 25-26. Jalisco’s Ministry of Tourism, Ramos Flores, said that new applicants in the state are Amacueca Bolanos, San Miguel El Alto, Talpa de Allende, Yahualica, Jalostotitlán, Manzanilla de la Paz and Mascota,...
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The Romanian Embassy in Guadalajara has asked the Tourism Ministry of Jalisco for information and guidance on establishing a Pueblos Mágicos program in the European country. Over the past 14 years, Mexico has honored 83 towns nationwide with the Pueblos Mágicos designation. The program brings financial assistance to locations for restoration of the city, forms...
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While the President of the Business Association in Puerto Vallarta-Bahia de Banderas, Jorge Villanueva said that he is regenerating interest in having Puerto Vallarta added to Mexico’s Pueblos Magicos (Magical Towns) program, Secretary of Tourism of Jalisco, Enrique Ramos Flores, says not so fast. The proposal to designate Puerto Vallarta as a Magical Town has...
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The Mayor of Sayulita, José Gómez, accompanied by the Director of Tourism, Yoseff Amid Flores Verduzco Pérez, attended a conference with residents and business owners where the State Secretary unveiled the creation of 12 new Magical Towns, one which is intended to be Sayulita. The Federal Government program allows a $4 billion peso investment in...
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Jalisco has the third-richest economy in the Mexican Republic. Over 30 of Mexico’s largest companies are based in the state, which ranks first in agribusiness, computers and jewelry manufacturing. Chief agricultural products include peanuts and agave (used for distilling tequila). The state manufactures 60 percent of all computers produced in Mexico, and Guadalajara is the...
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