Mexican Magical Towns improve tourism infrastructure

Mexico, Jun 1 (Notimex) .- The Magical Towns of the State of Mexico: Tepotzotlán, Metepec, San Martin and Teotihuacan Pyramids and the city of Cuautitlan, will be benefited from by the improvement and expansion of its tourism infrastructure.

As part of the work coordination agreements signed between the Ministry of Tourism of Mexico and these locations, more than 50 million pesos will be used in order to improve, preserve and expand the tourism infrastructure of the State of Mexico, and offer better services to visitors.

These agreements are part of the Regional Program of Sustainable Tourism and Magic Towns Development, which is implemented by the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur, for its acronym in Spanish), and notes that the State of Mexico provides 50% of these resources.

In Teotihuacán, works of the third stage of Ecological and Cultural Interpretive Trail will be done, where the three levels of government will contribute with 19 million 848 thousand pesos.

In San Martin de las pirámides, 8.5 million pesos will be given for the overall improvement of the urban image of the Periferico Avenue and from the 16 de Septiembre Street to Jesus Maria Street.

According to the Ministry of Tourism of the State of Mexico, in Metepec, 10 million pesos will be used in complementary works at the Qumiera Theatre, such as installing networks for electricity, gas and fire systems allocated in the theatre and stage floor.

With a budget of more than five million 800 thousand pesos, in Tepotzotlán the project will begin to rescue the decoration of the chapel of the Virgin and the Chapel of Loreto, located within the Viceroyalty National Museum.

While the dependence signed an agreement with the city of Cuautitlan to promote the tourist corridor from San Diego to Chilar in Calzada Guadalupe, from the Parish of Nuestra señora de Guadalupe to the de la Cruz park, for which they will allocate six million pesos.


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