They will promote Ajijic in the National Fair of Magical Towns

To motivate the interest of potential tourists and tour operators, Jalisco and its 12 Magical Towns will participate in the fifth edition of the National Tianguis of Magical Towns, in Pachuca, Hidalgo.

The Jalisco Tourism Secretariat (Secturjal), in coordination with the Tourism Trust of the Municipalities of the Interior of the State of Jalisco, tourism service providers and artisans of the State will present the main attributes of Talpa de Allende, Tapalpa, Tequila, Tlaquepaque, Lagos de Moreno, Mascota, Mazamitla, San Sebastián del Oeste and Ajijic, as well as his three most recent appointments: Cocula, Sayula and Temacapulín.

The Tianguis de Pueblos Mágicos serves as a showcase for promotion both to the general public and to travel agencies. Eight daily business appointments were made for each of the Magical Towns of Jalisco, which will meet with the 40 invited tour operators.

The Jalisco delegation at the National Magical Towns Tianguis will offer tastings of tequila and raicilla, typical sweets, coffee, preserves, cookies, Sayula cajeta and representative crafts of each Magical Town.

The Jalisco delegation is headed by Rocío Lancaster, general director of Tourism Promotion; Paloma Celis Álvarez, director of Pueblos Mágicos; tourism directors of the Magic Towns and the Mayors of Tapalpa and Cocula.

With 12 Magical Towns in its territory and more than 5 million visitors, Jalisco has established itself as one of the most attractive destinations in Mexico for lovers of culture, history and scenic beauty as it has some of the most representative symbols of Mexican culture such as tequila, raicilla, mariachi and charrería, to name a few.

For this edition of the Magic Towns Tourist Tianguis, more than 120 thousand visitors are expected to attend and leave a profit of around 140 million pesos.

The offer will be:

Ajijic: typical sweets, crafts, looms and tourist attractions, spas and spa hotels.

Cocula: birthplace of mariachi and traditions, tourist attractions.

Mascot: raicilla, sweets, typical crafts and tourist attractions.

Mazamitla: typical sweets, eggnog, tourist attractions, crafts and adventure tourism.

Tapalpa: typical sweets, eggnog, punch, crafts, tourist attractions and adventure tourism.

Lagos de Moreno: typical sweets, traditions and charrería, crafts and eggnog.

Talpa de Allende: typical sweets, raicilla, coffee, eggnog, punch, tourist attractions, typical crafts, religious tourism and the Pilgrim’s Route.

Tequila: tourist attractions, tequila, distillery tours, typical crafts and the Tequila Route.

San Pedro Tlaquepaque: crafts, typical sweets, eggnog, tourist attractions, legends and traditions.

San Sebastián del Oeste: raicilla, cigars, high-altitude coffee, typical sweets, eggnog, tourist attractions.

Sayula: typical sweets, eggnog, punch, tourist attractions, cultural tourism and carnival.

Temacapulín: tourist attractions, religious tourism and crafts.

Source: Semanario Laguna