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Mazatlán Travel Guide

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Editor’s Note | October 2008

As we navigate the turbulent waters of 2008, from the oil crisis and the economy to geopolitical conflicts and the heated U.S. presidential race, it...

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Winter is approaching faster than you can say brrrr—and the holidays are just around the corner. From Aspen to New Zealand, T+L has uncovered the...

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...to try this summer's best new family hotels, cruises, organized trips, and scary rides

T+L Reports: Mexican Art

From the paintings of Diego Rivera to the acting of Gael García Bernal, the rich artistic heritage of Mexico has made an indelible mark on...

Golf in Ixtapa and Zihuatenejo

These sister cities invite a headlong plunge into the golf of Mexico.
HOTELS

Melville Suites

During the late 19th century, Mazatlán was a playground for well-traveled artists and aristocrats. Today their Neoclassical mansions are being transformed into stylish cafés, galleries,... more ›


RESTAURANTS

El Santo y La Panga

Opened by Jaime Flores (of Denver's historic Broker Restaurant) opened the pint-size seafood joint. Locals pack the place for tuna tostadas with chipotle mayonnaise and avocado. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Teatro Ángela Peralta

The 841-seat Italian Renaissance-style theater was built in 1874 with an open-air lobby and triple-tiered balconies. more ›


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