Tula presents its attractive and diverse tourist offer


Ciudad Victoria, Tam.- The Secretary of Tourism, Fernando Olivera Rocha, accompanied by Mayor Lenin Vladimir Coronado Posadas, visited the town of Tula, Magical Town, to make a tour of its main tourist destinations.

The itinerary included old mansions located in the downtown area and that have a high potential to become boutique hotels, thus increasing the offer for tourists.

Since its appointment as a magical town, in the year of the 2011, Tula has worked in the increase of places and experiences to offer visitors, this coupled with its gastronomic delights and artisan ice cream of regional fruits, recognized nationally.

A space that receives the visit of many travelers, either by fervor or by rest during its journey, is the whereabouts of the Miraculous Medal, located at the exit of the city, on the 66 road that leads to the neighboring municipality of Ocampo.

From this place the official delegation moved to Ejido Gallitos, where later they appreciated the sanctuary of the Virgen del Contadero, place that is visited by thousands of parishioners and pilgrims during the religious festivities held there.

A few meters away they visited the viewpoint that stands out for its spectacular view and the deep green of its surroundings, ending the work tour in the archeological site of Tamapul, where together with INAH management staff addressed issues related to this important historical space.

Olivera Rocha endorsed the commitment of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, to continue supporting projects that consolidate the tourist vocation of this destination, increasing in turn the investment in training and developing tourism products that are reflected in benefits for the tulteca population.

In this visit to the magical town of Tula, the head of State Tourism was accompanied by the undersecretaries of Tourism Management of Health and Binational Affairs, Development and Tourism Promotion, José Luis Martínez Portilla and Edgar E. Solís Islands.


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