The secture announced the National Magic Cities Strategy, which aims to spread the 121 iconic destinations for their cultural heritage.
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This story originally appeared on Unknown Mexico
The Secretary for Tourism, Miguel Torruco Marques, presided over the National Day of Magical Cities Commemoration on October 5, 2020 as the first time it will be celebrated. He also announced the publication of the National Strategy of Magic Cities in the Federation Gazette, which also came into effect today. The project aims at a new vision of tourism with a social and inclusive face.
Photo: Roberto González Alcalá. Photo credit: Sectur
As a result, states whose goals have the title Magical cityYou must define at least one of the government strategies that corresponds to the national project.
Igor Roji, Mayor of Orizaba. Photo: Sectur
The strategy focuses on fair and balanced development between communities and service providers with the intention of democratizing the benefits of tourism. Likewise, the tourist offer should always be innovated and diversified with a sustainable vision.
On the other hand, the consistency and inclusion of destinations in the Magic Cities list will be done through a continuous evaluation model that evaluates tourism planning and development. At both local and state levels, the authorities seeking appointment must adhere to the National Magic Cities Strategy and adopt sustainable development policies.
The program of Magical cities It started 19 years ago and to this day there are 121 unique cities for their cultural heritage and history. As part of this celebration, the Mexican government launched the Pueblos Mágicos WebApp in collaboration with Unknown Mexico.