In addition, the Secretary of National Tourism will visit the port to see the progress of the new aquarium
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The Secretary of Tourism in Mexico, Miguel Torruco Marqués, will visit the port of Mazatlan the third week of November, this to see the progress of the new Central Park and new Mazatlan Aquarium, as well as the projects of the sector, which they are carrying out in Sinaloa, Óscar Pérez Barros reported.
The head of Sectur in the state, said that the Central Park has an advance of 80 percent in its construction and the Aquarium by 12 percent, so it is expected that for the arrival of Torruco Marquis, the latter will have a 15 percent advance in the marine center.
He recalled that during the visit of the tour operators of the “Fiesta Amigos de Mazatlán”, who are currently in the city, they were presented with the project, and announced that at that meeting there was a positive response from the attendees, after informing them that the park doors will open by April 2021.
On the other hand, he revealed that another of the projects that are coming to start next year is an inclusive beacon, where it is sought that women with babies, elderly people and people with disabilities can climb, making it a fully integral park.
It is presumed to have a cable car and other attractions so that it can be available for different audiences.
Finally, he said that the approximate time you have to complete the entire lighthouse project is 1 year 5 months in total.
Source: linea directa
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