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All reviews live music surrounded by restaurants people watching weekend evenings beautiful square angela peralta theatre art galleries lots of restaurants opera house local vendors old town historic district few blocks city tour golden zone pedro lola
Really cool place to go old school area, we walked all around felt very safe to and from. We cabbed from the marina area to here then did the Mexican air dryer on the way back, a open aired very fast golf cart, make sure...More
I always love stopping in at The Machado when visiting Mazatlan. This marvelous little square is full of history and old world charm. It is great that old town is getting renovated and finding new life.
Check out the theatre down the road. Great restoration...More
Visited this area of Mazatlan as part of an evening city tour. Discovered it was a hub of activity and restaurants. Easy to get here by local transit. Very close to the Gold Zone of resort hotels. Come here to enjoy the food and drink...More
A nice place to visit, eat and drink, well laid out and friendly no pressure restaurants and cafes, just a short walk to the Cathedral and market and just a nice area to mooch about, most places have Wi-fi and a easy place to be...More
We are in Mazatlán for 6 was and regularly go to the Old Centro. The plaza is so peaceful, to take a break, grab a drink ,people watch and grab dinner. We had dinner at Gaia Bistro one night and then there was a concert...More
What a beautiful plaza. A nice square surrounded by shops and restaurants. Off one side is a theater. A great place to stop and have a coffee, after dinner desert or a nice meal. So much to offer to all ages.
There are several shops, restaurants and a city center (Plaza Machado) near the ship dock; however, the beach is too far to walk to. If you want to go to the beach or boardwalk (malecon), you can take a pulmonia. Pulmonias... More
There are several shops, restaurants and a city center (Plaza Machado) near the ship dock; however, the beach is too far to walk to. If you want to go to the beach or boardwalk (malecon), you can take a pulmonia. Pulmonias are white golf carts that are less expensive than taxis. You should ask the price before accepting the ride. The price shouldn't be more than $5 USD.