Many buildings and locations in Mazatlan have been the subject of urban tales that have both scared people away and drawn them in. These locations are historically significant to the city of Mazatlan, although many visitors report feeling uneasy when they visit because of the area's storied association with ghosts, apparitions, stories, and myths.
Angela Peralta, the most outstanding Mexican opera singer of the 19th century, lived a very short life, but also a very intense one. Her precocious approach to singing allowed her to train abroad, tour Europe three times, and marry twice in just 38 years of life.
The Historic Center of Mazatlan is well worth a visit, as it features many restored buildings in the tropical neoclassical style, as well as charming plazas where you can experience the city's bohemian and romantic side.
The director of Health Jurisdiction 5, Cristopher Jonathan Cruz Maa, has confirmed that new cases of monkeypox have been reported in the city of Mazatlan.