Avenues, remodeled streets, rehabilitation of parks and bicycle lanes, make Mazatlán an increasingly attractive port
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The port of Mazatlán, from the tourist areas to the colonies, show a new face.
Avenues, remodeled streets, rehabilitation of parks, spaces for the disabled and bicycle lanes, are the works that distinguish the current Municipal Government, which will have the Second Government Report tomorrow, October 24.
In addition to public works, private investment has not stopped with the construction of large-scale buildings, it has continued, even in 2020.
Recently, the port of Mazatlán was declared the best tourist destination in Mexico, and is nominated for one of the best destinations worldwide.
The Government of Mayor Benítez has invested more than 360 million pesos in the remodeling of boulevards such as Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera avenue, Del Mar avenue, Rafael Buelna and Camarón-Sábalo.
In addition, more than 4 million pesos were invested in the construction of the new roundabout, located in the busiest area of the port.
The municipal administration has more than 240 works inaugurated in 2020.
Mazatlan is nominated for the Best Destination in the World at the World Travel Awards
This beach destination is competing for the award with 20 other resorts in countries including New Zealand, the United States, South Africa, Vietnam, and Australia.
This beach destination is nominated as the Best Destination in the World in the World Travel Awards, and competes for this title with tourist centers from countries such as New Zealand, the United States, South Africa, Vietnam and Australia. among others.
In 2018 and 2019, Mazatlán has been recognized as the Best Destination in Mexico and Central America in these awards given by the World Travel Awards, established in 1993 to recognize and celebrate those who set the standard in the travel and tourism industry at the world level.
They are the Oscars of the tourism industry, according to The Wall Street Journal.
On this occasion, Mazatlán competes for the award at the world level against Auckland, New Zealand; Cape Town, South Africa; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Durban, South Africa; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Ha Noi, Vietnam; Hong Kong, China; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Also in the nominations are Lisbon, Portugal; London England; Marrakech, Morocco; Moscow, Russia; New York, USA; Paris France; Queenstown, New Zealand; Quito, Ecuador; Rio de Janeiro Brazil; Saint Petersburg, Russia, and Sydney, Australia.
The port is the only competing destination for the Central American region.