Try Culiacan. If you try it on, it will fit you well. Take it for granted! Located in the Mexican Pacific, the state capital of Sinaloa itself draws your attention at first glance. It is considered to be one of the main food suppliers in the world; therefore, food production is its main economic strength. In addition, the city has found its primary tourist vocation in the meetings industry, a suitable combination that brings about great results.
Culiacan is a city of gentile people. They are frank and cheerful. People here love whether to have a peaceful ride on bike through the riverbanks of its three rivers, Humaya, Tamazula and Culiacan, or eat out at one of its famous restaurants. While they have any of its delicious red meat or sea fruits dishes, they can enjoy those famous chords of “el Sinaloense”, popular hymn of the State.
Streets in Culiacan are full of history and mysticism. Upon walking across different streets visitors can learn about the many stories and legends of the city such as La Lupita, the everlasting bride of the city, or Malverde, the mystic generous bandit and protector of the poor, whose story is told among locals and foreigners. Many other traditions can be experienced on the streets, like listening to the traditional banda music that surrounds the ambience with festivity and joy, or the Ulama, which is an ancient game and cultural bond with the former settlers. These traditions, roots of our land, are still alive thanks to the effort of people that make their best to make them last.
For more information or booking, please contact the tourist information office of the Municipality of Culiacán. Phone number: 713 66 29.