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PROGRESSIVE CITY BETWEEN TWO RIVERS

It is the capital of Sinaloa and is known as the Garden City of Mexico. It was founded on September 29, 1531, by the Spanish conquistador Nuño Beltrán de Guzmán with the name "Villa de San Miguel de Culiacán".

In the center of the city, the Humaya and Tamazula Rivers converge to form the Culiacán River, which runs through the entire city, creating a beautiful ecological environment and irrigating a vast agricultural valley, one of the country's most important food producers.

The city has modern infrastructure and all services such as hotels and a good number of shopping centers.

Its surroundings offer interesting natural attractions such as the wetlands of Ensenada del Pabellón, Bahía Quevedo, Peninsula Lucenillas, and Punta San Miguel, as well as beautiful beaches like Playa de Ponce, Las Arenitas, Cóspita, El Conchal, and La Puntilla.

 

Culiacán

What to See in Culiacán

What to Do in Culiacán

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN CULIACÁN

Visit the Ceuta Beach Sanctuary

Visit the Sinaloa Art Museum (MASIN)

Visit the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary

Must visit destinations in Sinaloa

Los Mochis

Mazatlán

El Fuerte

Cosala

Bahía de Topolobampo

El Rosario

Enjoy a complete overview of Sinaloa

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