Tuxtla Gutiérrez

Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas state capital, is located in the Gulf region and southern Mexico, 85 km. East of the city of San Cristobal de las Casas. Its geographical location close to stunning geological formations, provides a nice semi-humid warm climate with annual temperatures of 23º C.
In this city you can admire the architecture of its most important historic buildings that surround your Civic Square, the Cathedral of San Marcos and the Old Palace of Government, reflecting in its structure details of various styles such as neo-colonial and modernist trends also seen in the Convention Center and Polyforum Chiapas in which different events both artistic and business are made and carried out international exhibitions, cultural and entertainment venues largest in the region.
The cultural environment of Tuxtla Gutierrez is complemented by the presence of museums such as the Regional de Chiapas and Paleontology Eliseo Palacios, where he made a trip to the past of Chiapas, as well as the natural beauty of its surroundings.
It has an international airport with frequent flights from Mexico City, Monterrey and Houston, different airlines, has excellent infrastructure Hospitality category to cover different business events.

San Cristóbal de las Casas

Hotel features Infrastructure for people who wish to do business events, and also it has a convention center and a magnificent restaurant infrastructure to the delight of visitors.
The head of the municipality San Cristobal de Las Casas was one of the first cities built in continental America. It's called Magic Town by the Ministry of Tourism, but in fact has city status.
It was the capital of the Province of Las Chiapas since colonial times until the beginning of the period known as the Porfiriato. The powers then went on to Tuxtla Gutiérrez, causing an internal war between the two cities. This battle would be won by Tuxtla. A conflict with the same motifs recur to start the revolutionary stage San Cristobal Diaz dress hand, with the loser being future.
It has been considered for long Cultural Capital of the State of Chiapas, where different cultural and artistic expressions. This cosmopolitan city whose population is about 200,000 inhabitants according to 2005 Census estimates is the third in economy and population of the state. It is the main tourist area of Chiapas and has all services.
In May 2010, he was awarded from the President of the Republic, the recognition of "Diversification of the Mexican Tourism Product" in the category "Business Tourism", which is consolidated as "More Magic Magic Towns "of Mexico