Toluca / 07.25.2021 14:01:18
Derived from the covid-19 pandemic and the change in the way tourists travel in the country has changed, as well as their mobility needs, which is why the eight states that make up the central region of the country -Guanajuato, Querétaro, Hidalgo, State of Mexico, Mexico City, Morelos, Tlaxcala and Puebla– They seek to create interstate tourist routes that attract more visitors.
According to the Undersecretary of Tourism in the entity, Denisse Ugalde Alegría, nowadays people prefer to travel on the road and not take trips that go beyond 4 hoursTherefore, in recent months they have had three meetings to launch this catalog of new experiences suggested at the end of the year.
The objective is to identify the attractions that identify each entity, be they museums, archaeological sites, as well as gastronomic affinities and areas of tourist attraction; to develop tours for visitors with tourism service providers.
“All the states of the central region have great connectivity, so the idea is that we can strengthen ourselves as a region, that’s the idea. For example, Querétaro has the wine and cheese route, in Puebla there is chili en nogada and in the eastern part of the state the walnut of Castilla is produced, we can identify the areas of tourist attraction “.
At the moment, he said, they are in the process of construction to put the issue for the consideration of the respective secretaries of Tourism of each state to determine which ones are as viable. “We are still very in diapers because we are in the construction of the route, once we have something we will evaluate how it works in the territory, to later go on to commercialization “.
He also explained that Starting in August, they will begin a training process for the Pueblos con Encanto that will allow them to increase their promotion., the quality of its services, as well as the attractions that are offered, said training is provided by the agency at no cost and to all tourism units that request it.
“Starting in August, we will work with the Pueblos con Encanto to generate new tourist experiences in the towns with this denomination, we will articulate all the providers of tourist services in Temascaltepec, Temascalcingo, among others, and have a specific offer in each locality and have a suggested route ”.
Finally, He stressed that they also seek to work hand in hand with the private sector because they are the ones who generate the experiences and the economic benefit for the population and the entity. “In the State of Mexico there are 10 Magical Towns and 22 Charming Towns”.