- May 24 2019
Tamaulipas participates in prominent national forums
• Fernando Olivera Rocha, Secretary of State Tourism, attended the Thirty-third Ordinary Session of Asetur and the VII SImposium of Historic Centers.
Ensenada, Baja California.- Strengthening the presence of Tamaulipas in specialized forums where relevant issues of the sector are addressed, Fernando Olivera Rocha, Secretary of State Tourism, participated in the Thirty-Third Ordinary Session of the General Assembly of the Union of Secretaries of Tourism of Mexico AC (ASETUR), held in this city.
During the session was attended by various representatives and leaders of the tourism industry of our country, who in their presentations, stressed the importance of promoting this type of approach with state secretaries of tourism, consolidating among all working groups to promote the growth of the sector.
Among the items on the agenda, details were given about the completion of the next Magic Villages Tianguis, which this year will be held from 25 to 27 in October, having as its headquarters the airy beauty, Pachuca, in the state of Hidalgo .
Previously on a work tour, the holder of tourism of Tamaulipas, participated in Mexico City, in the VII Symposium of Historic Centers, outstanding annual event convened by the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI), which had as its headquarters the Palace of Mining.
This important national forum, convened by the main associations of the sector, aims to preserve, rescue and promote buildings that are considered cultural heritage of our country.
Olivera Rocha shared the clear interest that exists in state governments and cities to value again the richness and architecture of historic centers, as these protect a very important heritage for all.
"The same states work in the recovery of historic centers, we have the particular case of Tampico, for example, which starts in the month of September a first stage of rehabilitation of spaces in its Historic Center of 50 million pesos, where they will not only be facades, streets and sidewalks, but also sanitary drainage and electrical works, "concluded the owner of tourism Tamaulipas.