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All reviews live music surrounded by restaurants people watching weekend evenings friday and saturday beautiful square angela peralta theatre art galleries lots of restaurants local vendors opera house old town few blocks historic district city tour golden zone pedro
My husband and I visited old Mazatlan and were able to enjoy the Plaza Machado, its close to the other sights in the old town, such as the church and the market. We listened to street performers and visited with a Mazatlan Tourist Volunteer whit...More
Plaza Machado is a step back to the days when you would take your family and meet friends and make new friends. It is typical of an old world European style gathering place. The restaurants with their outdoor seating and entertainment leaves you with a...More
The plaza has a lot of historical buildings and is a great meeting place during the weekends for Great meals. You have at least ten restaurants to choose from all different types from Argententinian to italian. They have entertainment at night and vendors selling their...More
The restaurants move their tables outside and the square takes on a festive atmosphere Thursday to Sunday. There are tables with vendors and live music. It is a must see in the Centro historico of Mazatlan.
Peralta theater is on one side and Nidart gallery at the end of the street where I buy a mask every year to add to my collection. Then there is outside dining where you can people watch while having a cold beer..
Plaza Machado is a lovely square ringed by some of the best restaurants visitors
to Mazatlan frequent. At night, it is the place to stroll, people watch, dine, listen
to live bands, shop at various stalls, and enjoy the vibe. We stay in Centro so...More
We came here as part of a lame City Tour.
Our guide told us about it's origins (some Philipino trader) and that there are lots of good places to have dinner (we were there in the morning). Other than that, not much to it...
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.