Mexico Is Reopening Because It Has To. Should You Go?

Mexico is reopening after reluctantly shutting down. With a lack of government help, many of its people need to go back to work to survive—but does that mean you should go? By Megan Frye. Mexico, the world’s 6th most popular tourist destination, is open for tourism business despite its cases of COVID-19 being on theSigue leyendo “Mexico Is Reopening Because It Has To. Should You Go?”

Acapulco, revisited

By Alan Salomón. ACAPULCO, Mexico — Sorry, but for this story we’ll skip the standard references to Elizabeth Taylor’s third wedding, JFK’s honeymoon and cliff divers. First, the news: Grupo Autofin, already a strong tourism-industry presence here, announced plans this summer to invest $1 billion in new construction and upgrades along the Pacific coastline wellSigue leyendo “Acapulco, revisited”

What happened to #Acapulco?

– Chicago Tribune. Sorry, but for this story we’ll skip the standard references to Elizabeth Taylor’s third wedding, JFK’s honeymoon and cliff divers. Acapulco. Gorgeous, still — much of it. But it has problems. First, the news: Grupo Autofin, already a strong tourism-industry presence here, announced plans this summer to invest $1 billion in newSigue leyendo “What happened to #Acapulco?”

Acapulco Invests In Airport Enhancements

WHY IT RATES: A city’s airport is the front door to its home. An investment in making the airport bigger and more navigable is smart. – Rich Thomaselli, TravelPulse Senior Editor Mexico’s glamorous seaside resort town of Acapulco is upgrading its airport. Directors from Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte (OMA) recently announced the construction of a spacious new passengerSigue leyendo “Acapulco Invests In Airport Enhancements”

Forbes Travel Guide 2016: Capella Ixtapa & Viceroy Zihuatanejo Star Awards Winners

The highly anticipated star ratings were revealed Monday, highlighting some of the best accommodations from around the globe The 58th annual list features 42 new five-star rated hotels, 100 new four-star properties and 57 new hotels in the recommended category, bringing Forbes Travel Guide’s total to 154 five-star hotels, 410 four-star hotels and 159 recommended…Sigue leyendo “Forbes Travel Guide 2016: Capella Ixtapa & Viceroy Zihuatanejo Star Awards Winners”

Is #Acapulco on the Verge of a Tourism Recovery?

  It hasn’t been easy for the residents of Acapulco over the last several years. Tourism, a major artery for the city’s business development, has been almost completely severed in recent years as violence escalated and warring cartels held the iconic beach destination captive. Known for sparkling beaches and glamorous hotels in its tourism heyday,Sigue leyendo “Is #Acapulco on the Verge of a Tourism Recovery?”

#Taxco Vintage Sterling Silver Jewelry – An Era to Keep Alive!

   Taxco’s silver mines were discovered when Hernan Cortez followed a trail of tin coins to a small village in the mountains of southern Mexico. Taxco’s silver industry began when William Spratling recognized the inherent creativity of the Mexican people and taught them how to design and create beautiful artwork using the natural resources thatSigue leyendo “#Taxco Vintage Sterling Silver Jewelry – An Era to Keep Alive!”

#Acapulco Sees Robust Uptick for 2015-2016 Season

   Acapulco Sees Robust Uptick for 2015-2016 Season: The Port Authority of Acapulco has announced that it expects to see a robust uptick to 32,000 passengers this coming season thanks to its efforts to rebuild the cruise traffic. The new cruise season started on Oct. 6 with the arrival of Norwegian Sun, which sailed fromSigue leyendo “#Acapulco Sees Robust Uptick for 2015-2016 Season”

The Mexican peso has fallen 12% since June against the Dollar…What does this mean for Tourists?

The Mexican peso (MXN) has fallen 12% since June against the dollar. So far the economy has remain resilient, but the question remains which will break its free-fall first, the price of oil or the Mexican economy. But for tourists, parts of your Mexico vacation maybe on sale for 10-15% off. If you’ve been travelingSigue leyendo “The Mexican peso has fallen 12% since June against the Dollar…What does this mean for Tourists?”