Tag: Mazatlan

Why Visit Mazatlán in 2017

Casa Lucila Mazatlan (via www.TheMexicoReport.com)

Guest Post by Sophia Boccard. Over the last 10 years, Mazatlán has seen many incredible changes and a transformation from a city of laid-back surfers and timeshares to a city rich with culture, music, art and gastronomy. No longer would…

Mazatlán Selected as Host City for Mexico’s Tianguis Turístico 2018

Mazatlan, (photo by Mazatlan Tourism Board) www.TheMexicoReport.com

Mazatlán, known as the ‘Colonial City on the Beach’ has been selected as the site for the 43rd Tianguis Turístico in 2018, winning out over Guadalajara, and Querétaro. In the end, the Tianguis selection committee assessed three proposals, considering air…

Mazatlán Restaurant Guide: Where to Dine

Mazatlán’s culinary scene gives visitors an authentic taste of Mexico with a range of traditional and regional fare and modern dishes.   Below are a few restaurants to consider during your next visit to Mazatlán. A short distance from the…

Guest Blogger: Why I Love Mexico

Sunset (photo courtesy of A Tropical Cancer)

By guest blogger Sandy Pool One of the questions I am often asked, is why I live in Mexico, and what makes me stay. The biggest reason to me is the people. Mexicans are open and friendly and sharing is done without…

The Road to the 2012 London Olympics Runs Through Mazatlan, Mexico

The London Olympics are just weeks away and men’s and women’s beach volleyball will be heating up Mazatlan, Mexico for the Continental Cup Olympic qualifying tournament. This international match is very important, as the winners of the men’s and women’s Continental Cup Olympic qualifying tournament earn a berth…

Mazatlán Cultural Festival Shines Spotlight On The Arts

Three-Month Festival Invites Travelers On Authentic Cultural Journey Amid Historic Venues MAZATLÁN, Mexico – Rich heritage takes center stage during the Mazatlán Cultural Festival, kicking off the fall travel season October 20 – December 17, 2011. This vibrant celebration of the arts…