After the setbacks that have arisen around the organization of the Motorcycle Week in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Eleazar Gamboa de la Parra, head of the Ministry of Tourism in the entity said that Durango has opened its doors to receive this activity in case it can not be done in the port.
The state official said he was aware of the statements of Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres, mayor of Mazatlan, regarding the possible cancellation or change of date of the Motorcycle Week, because of the organizational problems that have been responsible for the activity.
He pointed out that the mayor of the referred Sinaloan municipality suggested making a change of date or even taking the organization of the concentration to another side.
And while this situation is presented in that place, Gamboa de la Parra took the opportunity to raise his hand and declare that Durango has the doors open for the Moto Week to take place here.
He acknowledged that Durango is a destination very different from the port, but also has much to offer visitors, in addition to hospitality.
There are around 12,000 motorcyclists who participate in the aforementioned activity, some of whom pass through Durango on their way to the land of Pedro Infante.
There are thousands of motorcyclists who pass through Durango and stay one or two days in the city, then continue their journey by any of the roads leading to Mazatlan.
He commented that in Durango there are various activities related to Moto Week, for those who are passing through.
Ultimately, what is intended is that drivers have a nice time in the capital of this entity, as well as on the way.
He commented that there is also a willingness to collaborate with the authorities and organizers of the Sinaloa
There are around 12 thousand motorcyclists who participate in the aforementioned activity, of which some pass through Durango.
Durango has its doors open to receive this activity in case it can not be done in the Mazatlan.
They recognize that Durango is a destination very different from the port, it also has much to offer visitors, as well as hospitality.
Source: El Sol de Durango
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