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Rosarito To Offer Tourist Information Booths


ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO---The city will have two information booths to assist tourists from 10 to 5 this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The booths will be in front of Oceana Plaza on Boulevard Benito Juarez in the city’s main downtown tourist district and at the world famous Puerto Nuevo Lobster Village.

Brochures and other materials will be available as well as staff who can answer visitors’ questions.

The booths are among many steps that the popular tourist destination 30 miles south of San Diego has taken this year to make its visitors feel even more welcome and secure.

Others include establishing a Tourist Police Force, plus a special city department and ombudsman to assist visitors.

“Rosarito has been an extremely popular tourist destination for the United States for decades, with more than a million visitors annually in recent years,” said Rosarito Mayor Hugo Torres.

“Unfortunately some unbalanced media coverage about the Mexican government’s crackdown on drug cartels has created the misleading impression that Baja is not safe for tourists.

“But in truth our visitors have never been more welcome or safer,” Torres said. “Those who have visited us this year can attest to that, as can the 14,000 expatriates who have chosen to call Rosarito home.”

The coastal city is known for its beach resorts, spas, extensive shopping, outdoor activities, culture, history, craftsmen, artists, fine dining and Baja Studios, where Titanic and Master & Commander were filmed.

Additional information is available on www.rosarito.org


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Published Monday, June 29, 2009 1:54 PM by Zinnia Q.


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