Despite the violence associated with drug cartels, American tourists are still flocking to Mexico for spring break.
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Mexico City’s Newly Revealed Ancient Treasures to Prompt Future Tourism Upturn
Teotihuacan near Mexico City has drawn visitors for decades. But archaeologists have just revealed more of their finds from under the ruins. In the future, they'll put these treasures on display.
David Alire Garcia, Reuters | 2 weeks ago
Despegar’s Strength in Mexico and Colombia Helps Blunt Pandemic Impact
Argentina-based Despegar has broadened its geographic reach through acquisitions, and that has enabled the company to boast that seasonality factor has been eliminated from the business. While that statement is a stretch, it will be great for the company to take advantage of Mexico summers while Brazil winters.
Dennis Schaal, Skift | 1 month ago
Startup Casai Buys Its Way Into Serviced Apartments in a Play for Brazilian Business Travel
The conventional wisdom in the U.S. and Europe has been that business travel will be slow to recover easing out of the pandemic and that emerging markets in Latin America, such as Brazil, will have a snail-like rebound, too. Travel startup Casai is gambling that both ideas are wrong.
Sean O'Neill, Skift | 2 months ago