A space with multilingual, interactive service, with tactile boards called “Cancun Walking tours store” arrives in Cancun to improve the travel experience of tourists.
The proposal contemplates the installation of modern “booths” that will provide official information on all the destinations in Quintana Roo and the other states that make up the Mayan Train route: Yucatán, Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas.
In addition, visitors who purchase Mayan Train tickets, tours, experiences and boat rentals through a “self-service” system with full cyber security and compliance with certified operators.
The Cancun Walking tours store kiosks will be equipped with 65-inch interactive touch devices that will allow viewing of 4K videos and listening to the sound in different languages.
As we previously posted, the Mayan Train station in Cancun will be the largest in the railway project that will link tourist destinations and archabeological sites in southeastern Mexico, those responsible for section 4 reported during a meeting and supervision tour of the construction works.
Two lines converge in Cancun: line 4, which will connect Cancun with Izamal, in the state of Yucatán, and line 5, which goes from this city to Playa del Carmen, in the state of Quintana Roo. The station will be connected to the Cancun International Airport, and will be the largest as it will have 10 platforms, offering great connectivity to travelers.