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Mazatlan City Sightseeing Tour with Shopping Time and Lunch
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Mazatlan City Sightseeing Tour
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  • Excellent56%
  • Very good34%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
Travellers talk about
“narrow streets” (13 reviews)
“central market” (22 reviews)
“old market” (7 reviews)
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Mazatlan, Mexico
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

First, you will find a strong American presence in Mazatlan. It is a heavy tourist area and pretty "Americanized" in respect to signs, some names and many speak enough English. There are also some American fast food chains here like Starbucks, Burger King, Carls Jr.,...More

Thank Lynn G
Reviewed 3 days ago

By sharing the view...what a great experience! We really watched the view. From Old Mazatlan it was a very good!

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 6 days ago

Bike Touring is an amazing way to see Mazatlán In my opinion biking is one of the nicest ways to experience Mazatlán's famous promenade, also called malecón. That’s why my wife and I brought our road bikes aboard WestJet flight from Edmonton to Mazatlán. Whenever...More

Thank Neno09
Reviewed 1 week ago

The best area to walk around is called Centro Historico. They are refurbishing all the beautiful old buildings and it's lovely. There's an art school there, and much of their work is available at the little shops along the way. So much charm we sit...More

Thank racheltraveller2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Took a tour of Old Mazatian that included stops for shopping that included an excellent silver shop and an interesting tequila shop where much was made of mango's. Good to see how the folks live and work.

Thank John H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are so many projects going in Mazatlan this year it is incredible. Along with progress, however, is all the active construction. The Centro is so busy right now and traffic is often at a standstill trying to get out of there. There are detours...More

Thank Callbob1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the old central district is, well, old...on the tacky side in places, not unlike parts of TJ. Lots of vendors. An awesome old inside market place, all kinds of touristy things to buy, but also fresh vegetables, fruits, meats, fish, spices, everything fresh and not...More

Thank Jon H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A lot of time, energy and money has gone into the restoration of old Mazatlan. Many streets and buildings have been restored to the days of old. I recommend visiting in the early morning or evening when it is not too hot. Especially if you...More

Thank Jared R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

So many sights to see. The central market is a must see offering everything from t-shirts to spices offered in at least a hundred small shops. Near by is the cathedral another must see. Besides these must sees you are surrounded by fascinating architecture, shops,...More

Thank Michael H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nice for a daytime or night stroll (well lit streets, we felt safe). Plaza Machado is great for people watching and shady benches to sit on, at night it becomes pedestrian only and the restaurants and greenery are lit, very pretty. Recommend having drinks only...More

Thank Carrie W
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Sharon T
24 November 2015|
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Response from Dave B | Reviewed this property |
Start at the Centro Mercado, "Mercado Pino Suarez" at Calle Aquiles Serdan and Melcor Ocampo. To get there either take a taxi or the "Sabalo-Centro" bus from the Golden Zone and watch for the Centro Mercado, it's in the... More
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Babyhuey146
27 September 2015|
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Response from Ron I | Reviewed this property |
Never heard or saw this place and a Google Search turns up nothing. I suggest you frame your question with a little more info. Happy massage hunting!
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Anabanans
3 April 2015|
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Response from mary s | Reviewed this property |
It is good any night, but obviously better on weekend.
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