According to Manuel Aguado Romero, the Premium Outlets retail center will host the inaugural Expo of Magical Towns. According to Manuel Aguado Romero, the Premium Outlets retail center will host the inaugural Expo of Magical Towns.
In the first quarter, hotel occupancy stayed at an average of 50%, reaching 90% during Holy Week, according to Manuel Aguado Romero, director of tourist development for the state of Querétaro. He said that the entity went from being 17th among the key attractions to being among the top five.
He further added that it is anticipated that by the first quarter of the year, at least two-thirds of the economic loss incurred previous to the epidemic will have been made up.
At least two-thirds of the economic spill that had been recorded previous to the pandemic is anticipated to have been recovered at the first cut, he said, adding that “we are anticipating that we will have a tremendously successful summer with the visit of the visitors that we had during the first quarter.”
The first Magical Towns Expo will take place on July 16, 17, 23, and 24 at the Premium Outlets shopping center. In addition to companies that specialize in adventure tourism and environment, guests will have the opportunity to receive recommendations for local vacation packages at this event.
The director, who represented the tourism secretary and attended, said that the Expo was a creative strategy to draw in new customers who might aid in the industry’s comeback.
The six mystical towns of the state will be represented, according to Adolfo Barrón, head of the magical towns committee: Amealco, Bernal, Cadereyta, Jalpan, San Joaquin, and Tequisquiapan.
He asserted that the initiative had been planned before the pandemic started and that the collaboration of the public and commercial sectors is what will inspire the industry that has been so negatively impacted by the health situation.
San Miguel Times