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.
Located on the Pacific coast in the Mexican state of Sinaloa is the popular tourist destination of Mazatlán. In addition to its famed big-game fishing, this area is known for its 21-kilometer-long malecón (boardwalk) and sandy beaches. The Teatro Angela Peralta and the imposing Basilica of the Immaculate Conception are two 19th-century attractions in Centro Histórico, also known as Old Mazatlán. Zona Dorada is a trendy area famous for its hotels and nightlife.
Mazatlan is one of Mexico's most visited cities, and for good reason: it's teeming with urban legends and mysterious occurrences.
The celebrations for the Day of the Dead in Mazatlan will run from October 27th to November 2nd, providing locals and tourists with a wider range of artistic and cultural options.
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.
The government of San Blas made the announcement that the first ferry had arrived at the dock, marking the beginning of tourist visits to the Islas Marias, via social media.
According to the project director for the New Mazatlan Aquarium, the building and its equipment are 89 percent finished, and the arrival of the first marine species is scheduled for December.
In Mazatlatlan, some sanitary protocols will be maintained at nightclubs. The application of gel to people at the entrances will not be eliminated.