50.- Oaxaca prepares for its largest annual festival [ 2018-07-16 - 17:48:27 ] Oaxaca (Notimex) - Every year, the state of Oaxaca prepares to host its biggest cultural festival: The Guelaguetza. 
This year, the festival will be held on July 23 and 30, and will include activities such as the Mezcal Fair, a handcrafts fair, gastronomy and many more. 
The main events are on Monday, July 23 and Monday, July 30, where representatives...
49.- Mexico maintains historic numbers of tourist arrivals [ 2018-07-10 - 20:44:23 ] Mexico (Notimex) – Mexico continues to welcome a record Number of tourists, with 17.3 million international visitors arriving during the first five months of the year, said Tourism Minister Enrique de la Madrid.
The figure represents almost 10 percent more than the same period last year.
From January to May this year, tourists spent $9.7 billion,...
48.- Mexico promotes gastronomy and natural wonders in the UK [ 2018-07-06 - 14:02:18 ] London (Notimex) – Representatives from Los Cabos, the Mayan Riviera, Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa and the Chepe train are promoting tourism to those destinations to tour operators in London, during the first annual event organized by the Mexican Tourism Promotion Council.
“The aim of this event was to show in the UK that Mexico is a diverse country...
47.- Mexico has most World Heritage sites in Latin America [ 2018-07-02 - 13:42:14 ] Mexico (Notimex) - Mexico is the Latin American country with the highest number Unesco World Heritage Sites with 35, said President Enrique Peña Nieto. 
The comment came after the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán Biosphere Reserve gained World Heritage status.
The Tehuacán biosphere is the fourth site during the present administration to gain that status. 
The...
46.- Events tourism places Mexico among most visited in the world [ 2018-05-29 - 07:57:21 ] Mexico (Notimex) - A large number of festivals and business events of international scale held in Mexico have placed the Latin American nation as one of the most visited countries in the world.
One such event is the cultural festival Guelaguetza in the state of Oaxaca from July 23 to 30 this year.
It is one of the state's and country's most traditional...
45.- Guanajuato readies 2018 Gastronomy Summit [ 2018-05-18 - 11:03:56 ] Mexico (Notimex) - From May 29 to June 12, the state of Guanajuato will host the sixth edition of the International Gastronomy Summit.
The 14-day event is expected to welcome some 70,000 visitors, up 143 percent from last year's edition, said Guanajuato's Tourism Minister, Fernando Olivera.
The guest countries for the event are Japan, Nicaragua, Costa...
44.- JetBlue to launch nonstop New York-Mexico City daily service [ 2018-05-08 - 12:54:40 ] New York (Notimex) - U.S. low cost airline JetBlue has announced it will launch a daily, nonstop service between New York (JFK) and Mexico City from October this year.
In the same month, the airline will also add a daily, nonstop flight between Boston and Mexico City.
The two new routs add on to the airline's Orlando and Fort Lauderdale services to...
43.- Ecotourism booming in Mexico [ 2018-04-20 - 12:50:17 ] Mexico (Notimex) – Two out of five Mexican travellers (39 percent) are planning to visit eco-tourism destinations this year. The figure is far above the world average of 28 percent, according to a study by Booking.com.
In terms of global visitors, six out of 10 want to return to visit a natural site in Mexico.
The study showed that 53 percent prefer...
42.- Southwest Airlines launches three new routes to Mexico [ 2018-03-12 - 12:09:04 ] San Diego (Notimex) - U.S. carrier Southwest Airlines has launched three new U.S.-Mexico services.
The services, all from California, are San Diego-Puerto Vallarta; San José-Puerto Vallarta, and Sacramento-Los Cabos.
"These new non-stop flights mean less travel time and more time to explore the incredible destinations we offier," said airline spokesman...
41.- Southwest Airlines launches three new routes to Mexico [ 2018-03-12 - 12:09:03 ] San Diego (Notimex) - U.S. carrier Southwest Airlines has launched three new U.S.-Mexico services.
The services, all from California, are San Diego-Puerto Vallarta; San José-Puerto Vallarta, and Sacramento-Los Cabos.
"These new non-stop flights mean less travel time and more time to explore the incredible destinations we offier," said airline spokesman...