Sinaloa Symphonic Orchestra of the Arts (OSSLA)

In Sinaloa we have the Symphonic Orchestra of the Arts (OSSLA). It came to transform the cultural life, not only of Sinaloa, but also the northwest part of Mexico.  It is celebrating its XV anniversary, in 2016. Go Virtual Tour Know by Virtual Reality the Sinaloa Symphonic Orchestra of the Arts Go Virtual Tour The […]

The municipality of San Ignacio

San Ignacio de Piaxtla was part of the five main mayorships in which Sinaloa was divided. Remaining inside the San José de Cópala authority, along with the towns that currently belong to the municipality. Which are: Santa Apolonia, Ajoya, San Agustín, San Juan, Cabazán and San Javier. Go Virtual Tour Know by Virtual Reality the […]

Volaris flight Culiacan – Phoenix

The cities of Culiacán, Sinaloa, México and Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A. are joined with the opening of the commercial Volaris flight Culiacan – Phoenix. It gives the opportunity to connect with 122 direct flights from different parts of the world. Go Virtual Tour Know by Virtual Reality the Volaris flight Culiacan – Phoenix Go Virtual Tour […]

The Cave of Tal Ceceña

Gilberto Ceceña Nuño is one of the communicators with more presence in Sinaloa.  Its most known activity is Cartonista Editorial in the newspapers Noroeste of Sinaloa with the title of “Cizañas de Ceceña”. Go Virtual Tour Know by Virtual Reality The Cave of Tal Ceceña Go Virtual Tour Ceceña recognizes that this activity does not […]

The Impressive International LoneStar

Navistar’s International® brand celebrates 20 years in the Mexican market and is celebrating with the arrival of the International LoneStar Truck. This model has a classic-retro look on its exterior, in addition to its functional advances in its interior that makes a whole experience for the driver.  Go Virtual Tour Know by Virtual Reality the […]

The Maviri, where the sun rises and sets in

Gulls of graceful flight weave figures on the sky of El Maviri, while beneath those same waters also the life of a rich range of marine species. This small island, whose name comes from The Cahita or Yoreme-Mayo, and is actually “Baviri”. It’s next to the port of Topolobampo and a few minutes from Los […]

Plazuela Machado in Mazatlan

Plazuela Machado is one of the most ancient in Mazatlán. Historical records show it was built, in 1837, with the economic support of a rich storekeeper of cloth, silver and pearls, Juan Nepomuceno Machado. Go Virtual Tour Know by Virtual Reality the Plazuela Machado Go Virtual Tour The plaza was originally built with a concourse […]

Parroquia del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus in ElDorado, Sinaloa

Parroquia del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus in Eldorado, dates back to the 1910s. Built by family Redo, where attended most of the town, who were around 2 thousand people, and rebuilt with its two towers. Eldorado is a town located at the center of Culiacan, exactly at San Lorenzo Valley.  It connects at North to […]