Lupita Ayala

Her knowledge about the cultural and touristic wealth of Mexico allowed her to be part of great exhibits at internationally acclaimed institutions of the United Kingdom such as the British Museum, Tate Modern, Royal Academy of Art, and The Barbican Centre amongst others.

She has been living in London, England, for more than 33 years, getting to know the day-to-day of the tourism industry in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, as well as the Republic of Ireland, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Rusia, and the Middle East. She has been the Vice-president of Association of National Tourist Offices and Representatives (ANTOR), and the Latin America Travel Association (LATA) in the United Kingdom.


In her own words:

“Tourism is a passion that awakens the senses and the spirit; it pushes us to know other cultures and to learn from them; it feeds us in mind and soul.”

““Mexico is the navel of the Moon, big, magical, mystical; it is sensual, full of stories and surprises; it is peculiar, and it makes me proud to place it in the mind of the traveler’s souls on daily basis, to transmit its great cultural, natural, and human wealth.”


Coordination of a great array of exhibits for the promotion of Mexico: Diego Rivera, Frida, Tina Modoti and Edward Weston, The Mayans: Revelation of an Endless Time, Aztecs, Leonora Carrington and Remedios Varo, Moctezuma Aztec Ruler.
Gastronomic, and artisans fairs.
Tourism Caravans.
Colloquiums with culture and tourism opinion leaders.
Opening of new airways to Mexico with Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, and air charter companies.



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