Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Founded during the migration of the Aztecs to the Valley of Mexico, Culiacan is internationally known as the Garden City, because the three rivers crossing the city generate an unparalleled natural environment right in the middle of the city.
WALK ITS GARDEN AND PARK
Enjoy the shade of the giant Indian palm trees, ponds, paths and the great variety of flowers of the Botanical Garden.
Spend a day in the Parque de las Riberas climbing, paddling, biking or taking a good hike along the three miles of natural banks of the Humaya River. You can also jump on the zip-line from shore to shore.
VISIT THE CHINESE TICKET MAN MUSEUM
Discover the 150,000 archaeological jewels that are housed in the Museum Houses of the Chinese Ticket Man, a local resident who has spent seventy years of his life collecting archaeological jewels and antiques throughout the state.
VISIT THE TEMPLE OF OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
Marvel at the imposing stained glass windows of the Temple of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Lomita and its panoramic view of the city and its surroundings.
TASTE THE FOOD
According to the Culiacan people, at the end of the day everything can be fixed with a good meal of chilorio, machaca or fresh seafood.
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