Culiacan has a lot to offer: business, culture, art, leisure, education, party and entertainment. That’s the way it is. Culiacan fits you well.
ENCOUNTER AT THE BOTANICAL GARDEN
DANCING FOUNTAINS SHOW
BREAKFAST IN IMALA
A VISIT TO THE CATHEDRAL
CORTÉS ISLE / ALTATA
The Interactive Museum Against Addictions (Mueso Interactivo contra las adicciones, MIA) is the sole museum of the kind in the world that focuses on preventing multiple addictive behaviors. It has been endorsed by the National Comission against Addictions (comisión Nacional contra las Adicciones, CONADIC). It is a visit that will make you think.
Loosen up while contemplate James Trudell’s most recent work, the Skyspace Encounter, conceptualized within a collection of 37 pieces of monumental contemporary art, displayed outdoors and surrounded by 21 botanical collections.
Take a stroll through the only park that has a natural riverbank coming from the Northwest side of the country. Located in downtown, this 5 km attraction charges you up for either a hardworking day or a day off. Calm down; take a five-minutes break and profit from all you can do at a riverbank.
In the evening, you can visit the most colorful and ingenious stage that join three of the rivers that surround the city. A show worth seeing.
Just a couple of minutes from the city, the manor of Imala offers a delicious gastronomy. Having breakfast at one of its restaurants, like La Imaleña, is a promising start of the day itself. Very near from there you can practice aquatic sports or do other recreational activities.
Going to Culiacan without visiting this praiseworthy cathedral would be an error. This construction was started in 1842 and finished in 1885. It is the most important religious monument of the city. Upon dropping by at the heart of the city, one might have the chance to run into an authentic culichi.
It is a glorious architectural masterpiece that lodges the commercial heart of the city. Here you can find everything you need: meat, fish, fruits and vegetables, footwear, and clothing.
Tomateros’ new stadium is another must-see tourist spot. It is the home of the baseball team of Culiacan, Los Tomateros. The Mexican Pacific League is played from October to December, when visitors may witness the great passion of this sport in our country.
Just 30 minutes far from the city one might profit from the beach and the sunlight. Come and sample the freshest sea fruits; do some boating, aquatic skiing or paddle surf. The Cortés Isle is a nautical residential complex and a comprehensive sustainability environment with over 23 kilometers of beach facing the Sea of Cortés and 18 kilometers more facing Altata Bay.