Tuxtla Gutiérrez is a Mexican city and municipality, capital and largest urban center of the state of Chiapas. It is the seat of the public authorities of the state of Chiapas and the center of the Tuxtla Metropolitan Area, which has been defined as the integration of the municipalities of Chiapa de Corzo, Berriozabal, San Fernando, Suchiapa, Ocozocoautla de Espinosa and Osumacinta. Its urban growth and economic development have accelerated from the administrative decentralization of the government, the arrival of national and foreign capital that attracted investments to the city and the increase of economic aid to state development.
In 2011 it was listed by "Consulta Mitofsky" as one of the 10 best cities to live or visit in Mexico, it has the recognition of Ciudad Limpia by PROFEPA in what refers to the management of garbage dumps in the municipality, Obtained the Safe Community certificate of the International Safe Community Network, being the third safe community in Latin America and the first in Mexico to receive such certification, in addition to having been listed by the fdiintelligence site. Com as the eighth best medium-sized city in Latin America to invest in the future, according to the cost effectiveness in its listing for 2013/2014 In the list presented by the Real Estate portal Lamudi for 2014 is the City of Tuxtla Gutiérrez as the fourth city of the 7 cities in Mexico with the highest real estate growth in Latin America.