Culiacán

Sinaloa

Culiacan 
Discover the charm of the capital of Sinaloa 

Culiacán, the capital of the state of Sinaloa is a vibrant city, rich in nature, culture, architecture, folklore, and of course delicious cuisine. 

It was founded in 1531 and its name comes from the Nahuatl word Colhuacan, which means Place of those who worship the God Coltzin. 

The beauty of Culiacán will surprise you, because in its center, the Humaya and Tamazula rivers converge and combine into the Culiacán River, which runs throughout the city. 

During your visit you will find a great variety of tourist, historical, natural and architectural attractions that will make you live an unforgettable experience. 

Culiacán's gastronomy 

Flavors full of tradition Culiacán's gastronomic richness is recognized worldwide not only for its variety but also for the quality of its ingredients, of which fish and seafood stand out. 

The typical dishes of Culiacán that you should not miss are shrimp and marlin tacos, ceviche, "pescado zarandeado" (a marinated and grilled fish), and of course the traditional "aguachile". 

How to get to Culiacán? 

Culiacán airport is 8.7 km away from the center and there are several commercial airlines with flights to this city. You can also take a bus from Guadalajara, Mazatlán, Hermosillo, Puebla, or Los Mochis.
Culiacan 

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Discover the charm of the capital of Sinaloa 

Culiacán, the capital of the state of Sinaloa is a vibrant city, rich in nature, culture, architecture, folklore, and of course delicious cuisine. 

It was founded in 1531 and its name comes from the Nahuatl word Colhuacan, which means Place of those who worship the God Coltzin. 

The beauty of Culiacán will surprise you, because in its center, the Humaya and Tamazula rivers converge and combine into the Culiacán River, which runs throughout the city. 

During your visit you will find a great variety of tourist, historical, natural and architectural attractions that will make you live an unforgettable experience. 

Culiacán's gastronomy 

Flavors full of tradition Culiacán's gastronomic richness is recognized worldwide not only for its variety but also for the quality of its ingredients, of which fish and seafood stand out. 

The typical dishes of Culiacán that you should not miss are shrimp and marlin tacos, ceviche, "pescado zarandeado" (a marinated and grilled fish), and of course the traditional "aguachile". 

How to get to Culiacán? 

Culiacán airport is 8.7 km away from the center and there are several commercial airlines with flights to this city. You can also take a bus from Guadalajara, Mazatlán, Hermosillo, Puebla, or Los Mochis.

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