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Mexico City is ready for the 47th edition of the Tianguis Turístico

The iconic destination seeks to launch Mexico to the world stage hosting the main tourism industry event in the country.



The Mexico City Ministry of Tourism is honored to announce that the destination will be the host city of Tianguis Turistico, the largest travel conference in Mexico which takes place from March 26 to 29, 2023. Backed by its vast cultural offering, the Mexican capital boasts more than 172 museums and archaeological sites, shopping malls, unique architectural sights and attractions for all types of travelers.


This year’s event boasts the presence of over 2000 buyers –including tour operators and travel agencies from more than 70 countries– holding business meetings with close to 2,000 exhibitors. Tianguis Turistico will take place at Centro Citibanamex, a world-class architecture with capability to host a wide range of events at any scale.


“We are pleased to welcome industry representatives from all over the world to Tianguis Turístico. Known as the most important tourism fair in Latin America, Tianguis is celebrated in Mexico City for the first time", said Miguel Torruco Marqués, Secretary of Tourism of Mexico. "Mexico is a mosaic of history, culture, tradition, folklore and gastronomy. This event highlights our robust tourism offerings, which include our beaches, mountains, World Heritage sites, protected natural areas and 132 Magic Towns (Pueblos Mágicos)”.


Tianguis Turístico continues to validate its importance within Mexico’s tourism and travel industry. To date, more than 80,000 pre-scheduled business appointments have been coordinated. The main objective of this program is to expand the promotion and marketing of all tourism products, services and travel experiences in Mexico while showcasing the attractions that make Mexico City a destination of choice for national and international tourists.


"Mexico City is a destination that offers visitors a unique and unparalleled experience. From its rich history to its vibrant culture and its delicious cuisine, there is something for everyone in this city", said Nathalie Veronique Desplas, Mexico City’s Minister of Tourism. "Visitors can explore ancient pyramids, visit world-class museums, shop at traditional markets, and enjoy the nightlife. In addition, Mexico City is a hub for business and commerce, making it a great place for both leisure and business travelers. We invite you to come and discover all that Mexico City has to offer."


In addition to its cultural offer and prominence within the touristic ecosystem of Mexico, the city also undertook the renovation of 16 public parks, providing more than 8,600 miles of green areas and soon to be the world’s biggest Photovoltaic Power Plant which will benefit more than 440 thousand residents per day. Most recently, Mexico City garnered the World Green City Award for 2022 in part in commemoration of its expansion and improvement of public transportation and more than 800 miles in bicycle lanes that cross the city, turning the Mexican capital into an interconnected destination. The city also has a robust connectivity system with more than 33 thousand wi-fi points. In addition to its various beautification and transportation updgrades, Mexico city also offers unique experiences such as the Chapultepec Castle, the only castle in the continent as well as several internationally known areas such as Polanco, Roma or Condesa. Mexico City has an unparalleled offer for any visitor, earning the name "The City that’s got it all".


For more information about Tianguis Turístico, please visit www.tianguisturistico.com/en/.


To learn more about the activities in the destination, please visit https://mexicocity.cdmx.gob.mx/


About Mexico City:


Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and it is also the most populous city in North America. The destination is known for its gastronomy, culture and prominence in Latin America. Mexico's capital is home to five Aztec temples, the largest cathedral in the continent and several public buildings of high cultural importance, such as the Palacio de las Bellas Artes. UNESCO has declared The Historic Center of Mexico City a World Heritage Site as well as the floating gardens of Xochimilco at the south of the city. One of Mexico City's most recognizable icons is the golden Angel of Independence, located on the elegant avenue of Paseo de la Reforma. Placed over the Americas' oldest known major roadway in the 19th century, the avenue connects the National Palace, the seat of government with the Castle of Chapultepec. The city has two airports, one of them is the Mexico City International Airport serves as the primary hub for travel to and from the city with daily flights across the U.S.A., Canada, Europe, Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America. A secondary airport was inaugurated in 2022: Felipe Ángeles International Airport, rebuilt from the former Santa Lucía Air Force Base.

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