This is a city of quarry stone and clear skies. It is not strange to run into Rarámuri people on the streets, who descend
from the Tarahumara Mountains to do their shopping or offer their handcrafts. It is difficult to ignore the meat cuts, the
cold beer and other amenities from northern Mexico. Exploring mansions from the times of the Mexican Revolution, the cathedral,
and Pancho Villa’s grave make this destination an interesting lesson in history. This is where the Chihuahua-Pacífico train
route begins, which crosses the dramatic Barrancas del Cobre (Copper Canyon). At the Naica mine, you can see the largest cave
with crystals in the world, known as Cueva de las Espadas (Cave of the Swords).
The most active agricultural regions in Mexico are found in this state, which also has an important fishing fleet. It is
known for banda music, its landscapes, rivers, ports as important as Topolobampo and, naturally, exquisite seafood, perhaps
the best in the country. The port of Mazatlán is a favorite among beach destinations, but also because of its remarkable historical
center, full of color and life.