Tianguis Turistico is headed back to Acapulco for 2017, authorities in the Pacific coast destination confirmed last week in Guadalajara, where Tianguis 2016 was winding down.

Acapulco was the birthplace of the annual tourism trade event, which spent its first 36 years in that city. It left after the 2011 show, due partly to rising violence in the destination, but returned to great fanfare in 2015.

The city expects to have a lot more to show off to attendees when they return next spring.

With an investment of more than $85 million, Posadas Group is beginning the construction of the Fiesta Americana Grand Acapulco Diamante. Likewise, the Mayan Palace Playa will be opening this winter with 180 rooms as well as La Plaza commercial building, which will boast a gourmet market and boutique. Mundo Imperial Resorts acquired Princess Acapulco and Pierre Marques, and the city is also readying a new airport terminal.

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