New Sites From Mexico Live.

Mexico Live, S.A. de C.V. has launched their latest travel related web sites, AllAboutMexicoCity.com and AllAboutGuadalajara.com

These new additions to the company`s network of Mexico travel sites should prove very popular with travelers, featuring information geared to tourists as well as information that is specific to business travelers.
Mexico City and Guadalajara represent Mexico`s two most popular business travel destinations. Each site in the network offers detailed information about the individual city along with ease of navigation. The easy to use format has proven to be very popular with visitors to the mexicoLIVE web sites.
Individual Mexican cities and resorts are featured in a complete, city guide style, web site. These sites provide visitors with accurate, up to date, information on each city, offering important travel related contact information for activities, airlines, hotels, rental cars, restaurants and nightlife.

Each site also offers printable maps, weather links, fishing and golf information (where appropriate) and also offers suggestions for interesting side trips. The Cabo San Lucas, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Mazatlan sites also feature printable discount coupons for use at local business establishments. The coupons have become an extremely popular item.

According to Lance Vallery, general manager of the mexicoLIVE network, “Traffic to the network has surpassed 4 million page views so far in 2001 and our Cabo San Lucas site, AllAboutCabo.com , remains the Internet`s most popular site about Cabo San Lucas.”
Links to each of the individual web sites can be found by visiting the mexicoLIVE web site at mexicolive.com .

mexicoLIVE is a leader in developing highly detailed web sites for those who are planning trips to Mexico`s major tourist and business travel destinations. The new sites add even more depth to the Internet`s most comprehensive network of web sites relating to popular Mexican tourist and business travel destinations.

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For more information, visit
www.mexicolive.com

 

 


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