2019 promises to be a complicated year for Mexico. In the midst of difficulties, being informed is more than necessary, essential.
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Combine the colonial splendor and traditions of Merida with a post-event trip […][+]
Yucatan has a long tradition of hosting meetings and conventions event before the construction of its first convention center, the Yucatán Siglo XXI, in 1999. Back then, the different hotels in the area along the Avenida Colón would welcome attendees and spread the events among their on-site venues. Today, the “White City” of Merida is set to confirm its position among the top ten cities within Mexico’s meetingsindustry.[+]
Cancun is a city in Mexico located in the Yucatan Peninsula that […][+]