In coming days will begin the creation of the Cultural Innovation Center of Mazatlan (CICMA), which will be located in the Historic Center where Bank Banorte used to be, whose financial group donated the property to contribute to the conservation and promotion of the Historic Center project of Mazatlan.
The Cultural Innovation Center of Mazatlan (CICMA) will be structured on two levels, on the ground floor will be placed the artistic robotics rooms, virtual reality, 3D art station, dance, music, film, theater, the dialogue rooms, space for art and diversity, gallery of temporary exhibitions and space of tourism and community.
On the top floor there will be the workshops of ideas and ingenuity, plastic arts, audiovisuals, ecology and nature, the technological literacy classrooms, international education, entrepreneurship, the craft of art and history and a permanent gallery of the history of Mazatlan.
The CIC Mazatlan project seeks to strengthen the sense of belonging and identity of the Sinaloenses to become a point of reference and entertainment for the national and foreign tourism.
Congratulations for these great projects that come to strengthen the cultural and tourist offer of Mazatlan!
One of the traditions of Mexico most deeply rooted in the central and southern part of the country is the celebration of the Three Wise Men.
The Three Wise Men Day is commemorated on January 6 and is a long awaited date for the youngest of the Family since it is customary that the Three Kings of the East: Melchor, Gaspar and Baltazar leave gifts for the children in their homes.
The celebration of the Wise Men goes back to the first years of evangelization of the New World where the story tells that Three Kings, guided by a bright star and mounted on a camel, a horse and an elephant, took their journey to adore the Baby Jesus and bring him gifts: gold for being king, myrrh for being a man and incense for being God.
Later after the opening of gifts, family and friends gather to share the traditional Rosca de Reyes(kingcake) accompanied by a chocolate or atole drink. Each guest must split their own portion of the kingcake since the one who has the fortune to take the doll (a plastic representation of the Baby Jesus) will have good luck all year and will have to offer a party with tamales and atole on February 2, Day of the Virgin of Candelaria.
Know and enjoy the traditions of Mexico and do not miss the opportunity to try our traditional Rosca de Reyes!
Cultura Mazatlan and Maestro Gordon Campbell invite you to enjoy the Gordon Campbell Season 2018 that will begin on January 7 to culminate on March 4, being the Angela Peralta Theater and Casa Haas the venues that will host this incredible season.
The Campbell Season, created and directed by Maestro Gordon Campbell, will allow you to discover and enjoy great talents from Mexico and the world, creating a unique musical event.
The Maestro Gordon Campbell is a renowned Orchestra Director with a solid artistic career and founder of the Sinaloa Symphony Orchestra of the Arts.
Check the billboard and enjoy the Gordon Campbell Season 2018!
In recent days, the Product Manager for Mexico and Latin America of the travel operator American Airlines Vacations,Liane Augustine, in an exclusive interview with Mazatlan Interactivo, announced that of the 21 tourist destinations operating in Mexico, Mazatlan is the only one which presents solid growth for the season 2017-2018.
For American Airlines Vacations are currently five main tourist destinations in Mexico that they operate: Cancun, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cozumel, but in this occasion the destination that is positioned and with the best expectations is undoubtedly Mazatlan, the Pearl of the Pacific.
Liane Augustine believes that these results are the product of the intense marketing campaign that has been made in the United States and Canada, in addition to the improvements in infrastructure and attractions that are being carried out in the port.
For American Airlines Vacations Mazatlan is certainly a destination that has it all, has beautiful beaches, an extensive and beautiful boardwalk, extraordinary climate, delicious cuisine, emblematic Historic Center with cultural events throughout the year, the proximity of Magical Towns, colonial towns , the warmth of its people…Mazatlan, you have to live it!
Can you imagine your wedding in a beautiful colonial city nestled in a small valley at the foothills of the mountains of the Sierra Madre?
Copala is what you were looking for!
The Secretariat of Tourism of Sinaloa in conjunction with the Copala Tourism Committee recently launched the program: Get Married in Copala!(Casate en Copala), which aims to publicize the historical corners of the Sinaloa towns, showing not only its cultural wealth but also the beauty natural that surrounds them.
Get Married in Copala! Will give you the opportunity to experience an authentic rustic ranch wedding where guests and visitors can be part of the marriage and accompany the bride on the way to the church of San Jose, considered a baroque architectural gem that has a beautiful altarpiece covered in gold plate.
Enjoy this unique experience and let yourself be conquered by Sinaloa and its surroundings!
One of the most beautiful areas of the port of Mazatlan, Sinaloa whose corners shelter part of the history of our city is the Paseo Olas Altas that in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s was the center of the tourist activity.
In recent days as part of the comprehensive renovation project that is happening in Mazatlan in front of the Tianguis Turistico Mexico 2018, the Paseo Olas Altas was transformed to welcome you and confirm once again why Mazatlan is known as the Pearl of the Pacific.
We invite you to enjoy with your family and friends for a walk along the Paseo Olas Altas as from Thursday to Sunday this area will be closed to road traffic to make it completely pedestrian. Admire the sunsets that Mazatlan gives you, sit on the boardwalk and listen to the waves or taste some typical saucer of the region.
Paseo Olas Altas Mazatlan, a place you have to visit!