PACHUCA, Hidalgo.- The cuisine, crafts, folklore, culture and tourist attractions of Sinaloa are present at the first Tianguis de Pueblos Mágicos, a fair that takes place in Pachuca, Hidalgo, from October 24 to 27.
The secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa, Óscar Pérez Barros, attended Thursday the inauguration of that tianguis, accompanied by the representatives of each of the Magical Towns of Sinaloa: Cosalá, El Fuerte, Mocorito and El Rosario.
The state official stressed the importance of participating in this fair, the first of its kind, which takes the necessary information and promotion of the Magical Towns of Sinaloa, what they represent, what each of them offers and All the growth they have had.
Pérez Barros added that these types of activities are a great boost for the Magical Towns, since they allow us to know more about the great attractions that each one of them has.
Among the tourist products that are presented and promoted at the fair is the Viajando Puro Sinaloa program, which includes the four Magical Towns and the other municipalities within their weekly tours and the impact it has had between Sinaloans.
In the central stage of the enclosure 49 cultural representations of 17 states of the country are shown, having as invited country to United Kingdom; It also has three large halls: one of handicrafts, another of gastronomy and another with negotiation tables to promote the 121 Magical Towns of the country.
Pérez Barros also attended this morning the General Assembly of the Union of Secretaries of Tourism of Mexico (ASETUR), which was attended by the federal secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco Marqués, where he took protest to the new president of the Assembly, Luis Humberto Araiza, secretary of Tourism of Baja California Sur, and the members of the commission.
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