The Sinaloan is distinguished by his kindness and good treatment, that experience is not forgotten
Mazatlan.- As part of the Social Tourism program that the Secretary of Tourism Óscar Pérez Baros performs in all the tourist corners of Sinaloa, it was the turn of the Pedro Infante Museum, in Mazatlan, a place considered historic, since that was where the Great idol of Mexico, on November 18, 1917.
Attended by Mrs. Sandra Ortega, the owner of the place, Pérez Barros made a tour of the site dedicated to the Sinaloense actor, commenting on the importance of having places like this, personally attended by its owner who gives the tour explaining the historical Pedro Infante and above all, that he is treated friendly, taking the experience of having learned about the museum.
Tourists have come to this place the same from Alaska as from Canada, the United States and other latitudes and the comments made are favorable, hence, said the head of the Sectur, the importance of social tourism.
In order to achieve these good results and purposes with the people who face tourism, those who serve them head-on, training is being done to improve the services offered, he said.
And it is good to have spaces like this exhibition of some of Pedro Infante’s belongings, such as charro costumes, costumes used in some of his films, original posters, promotional photographs of the films, there is even a copy of the record where he confirms that he was born in this city of Mazatlan.
These are the things that the visitor likes to see, Pérez Barros said, while commenting on the importance of giving good treatment and attention to tourist
The tours of social tourism that we do, he added, are with the purpose of knowing the feeling of those who attend tourists first hand, hear from them the comment left by those who visit the place where they are and what are the recommendations that they can do to get give better services.
The Rincón de Pedro Infante museum is located on Constitution Street # 1108 in the Center of Mazatlan, Sinaloa. It opens its doors from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and are guided by the owners of the place, Mrs. Sandra and Don Luis.
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The Mazatlan Post