Plazuela Machado in Mazatlan

Plaza 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. The plaza was originally built with a concourse which was surrounded with 36 majestic stone benches and leafy orange trees, being […]

Teatro Angela Peralta in Mazatlán

Rebuilt twice and inaugurated three, the Angela Peralta Theater in Mazatlan is today a magnificent room that, in addition to its beautiful architecture, features the most modern advancements to present shows. Angela Peralta Castera (Mexico City July 6, 1845 – Mazatlan, August 30, 1883) was a world famous Mexican soprano singer in the nineteenth century, […]

Cathedral Basilica of Mazatlan

The youngest cathedral of Mazatlan, dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, is the main religious building in the, of baroque style, and hosts Roman Catholic diocese of Mazatlan. It is located in the historic center.  The construction of the temple started in 1856 by order of the then Bishop Pedro Loza and Pardavé. Later, the priest […]

Touristic Cruisers at Mazatlan

December 16 was a festive day in Mazatlan, on this day, the arrival of the ships: Crown Princess, MS Veendam, Grand Princess and Norwegian Jewel, coincided at the captivating Pacific Harbour. Event which had not happened again since December in 2010. The beaches at Pacific coast are the main attraction of tourism in Mazatlan. The […]