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When I was in Europe, nearly every city, big or small, had an official tourist office. When I get to Cancun, the first thing I need to figure out is how to get airplane tickets to Cuba. However, I can't seem to find a tourist office via Google, only travel agencies. Are there official tourist offices in Cancun?

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Warning: There is also a density of about 5 touts per square meter who are more than happy to give you just about anything to "help" you on your vacation, if you'll just come to a short little sales presentation... – Affable Geek Mar 4 '14 at 3:49
@AffableGeek What do you mean if I just go to a short little sales presentation? – MarkE Mar 4 '14 at 21:40
Just about every hotel in Cancun is affiliated with some sort of timeshare* opportunity. (Not one of them will admit to being a timeshare, but it's basically that idea). And, the touts trying to fill these sales meetings are everywhere. They will give you anywhere from $50 - $150 worth of credits to attend. – Affable Geek Mar 4 '14 at 22:13
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There sure is.

Tourism Information Center

(Fonatur) Ph: 84 29 59;

Downtown Ave. Nader at Ave.

Coba, SM 5

This is confirmed in another forum, although it's worth noting that apparently they shorten street names, so the actual street name is Avenida Carlos Nader.

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