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Mazatlan Real Estate: To Host Mexico's World Tourism Day

13 September, 2012

Mexico's tourism secretary Gloria Guevara Manzo announced recently that Mazatlan will host the country's World Tourism Day celebrations in 2011. Although the celebrations will take place all around the world,this year's theme revolves around linking cultures together via the promotion of tourism and Guevara stated Mexico plans to do it up right,using celebrities,artists and famous athletes to promote Mazatlan Real Estate as the best colonial city on the ocean.

Situated on Mexico's Pacific Coast near the Sierra Madre mountain range,Mazatlan is known worldwide as the country's most popular colonial city that sits directly on the beach. Divided into Old Mazatlan,the Golden Zone and Nuevo Mazatlan,the city is very popular among travelers from Canada.

“Mazatlan is one of the most attractive destinations in our country. The city hosts large events such as Carnaval,it boasts great infrastructure for conventions,and is easily accessible by land and air,” stated Guevara. “That is why it is one of the destinations with the greatest potential.”

The World Tourism Organization stated that the main goal of World Tourism day is to “foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social,cultural,political and economic value.” In addition,the event will bring awareness to global challenges associated with the tourism industry and propose viable solutions to these issues. 

In recent years,Mazatlan property has become increasingly popular for its investment appeal and location in the “Playa Espiritu” tourism area. In addition Mazatlan real estate offers many options in the scenic historic old town center and is situated in close proximity to Teacapan,which is a popular Eco-tourism destination located nearby. Mexico will make the most of World Tourism Day,encouraging additional investment in the area and promoting the rich history and cultural legacies of the region.