Casa Lomas guidebook

Casa Lomas De Mazatlán
Casa Lomas De Mazatlán
Casa Lomas guidebook

Sightseeing

This place is only 4 minutes away by car, you can take pictures and walk up and down the malecon ( Boardwalk)
Monumento a la Familia
This place is only 4 minutes away by car, you can take pictures and walk up and down the malecon ( Boardwalk)
Funky, 2-story seashell museum with many souvenirs & gifts for sale & a small aquarium.
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Museo de Conchas
407 Av. Playa Gaviotas
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Funky, 2-story seashell museum with many souvenirs & gifts for sale & a small aquarium.
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Acuario Mazatlán
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Mazatlán Cathedral
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Food, drinks and beautiful sunset’s

The most famous beachfront bar in Mazatlan, offers you delicious seafood apettizers accompanied by exotic drinks where you can delight the fabulous
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Joe's Oyster Bar
100 Av. Playa Gaviotas
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Malecón de Mazatlán
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El Clavadista
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The Mazatlán 1873 Observatory in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico is a new attraction for 2021. It includes a ride up a steep hill in a funicular train to an observatory that is furnished as it would have been in 1873. There is also a bird exhibit and a mescal making workshop. 1873 Observatory house tour in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico There is a tour that includes a guided tour(spanish or english) of the Observatory house, then the tequila plant garden, then the aviary. Additionally, you can take a mezcal tour that gives you an overview of mezcal, which is a tequila-like alcoholic drink, and a tasting of a few types of mezcal. To purchase tickets, there is a ticket room which includes a gift shop. While waiting for your tour to start there are a few landings to take some great photos and some information about pirates! Additionally, there are stairs that you can take to walk up the hill. If you do walk up the hill, there is a monument to a saint that you can visit. After watching the video, you will take the funicular train up the hill. This is a ride in an open-air train car that goes up on the angle up to the observatory. As you are taking the train ride up, you will get to enjoy some fantastic views. 1873 Observatory funicular train in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico Once you reach the top of the hill, you will do the house tour. The house is furnished with authenic furniture from the late 1800s. There are a number of rooms: living room, bedroom, office, etc. There are lots of antique items and photos for you to look at. After leaving the house tour, there is a tequila making room where the process to make tequila is exhibited. After this is a garden that has a variety of agave and other plants that are used to make tequila and mezcal. 1873 Observatory house tour in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico There is a large aviary at the top of the hill. You enter via 2 doors so the birds do not escape. Walking around the the aviary you can see tucans, parrots, flamingos, and other species of birds. On the tour we were allowed to feed the birds and they landed on our hands and heads! This would be really fun for After your tour, you can stay and enjoy a few drinks in the bar and/or walk around the large property and explore it! How much does it cost to visit the Mazatlán 1873 Observatory? The prices as of November 2021 are: MX$450(Adults)/MX$200(Children 3-12) for observatory tour, MX$350(Adults)/MX$150 for locals, MX$800 for Mezcal tasting tour. When is the Mazatlán 1873 Observatory open? As of early 2022, it is open from 9am to 10pm daily. The phone number of the Mazatlán 1873 Observatory is: +52 669-260-9844
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The Mazatlán 1873 Observatory in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico is a new attraction for 2021. It includes a ride up a steep hill in a funicular train to an observatory that is furnished as it would have been in 1873. There is also a bird exhibit and a mescal making workshop. 1873 Observatory house tour in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico There is a tour that includes a guided tour(spanish or english) of the Observatory house, then the tequila plant garden, then the aviary. Additionally, you can take a mezcal tour that gives you an overview of mezcal, which is a tequila-like alcoholic drink, and a tasting of a few types of mezcal. To purchase tickets, there is a ticket room which includes a gift shop. While waiting for your tour to start there are a few landings to take some great photos and some information about pirates! Additionally, there are stairs that you can take to walk up the hill. If you do walk up the hill, there is a monument to a saint that you can visit. After watching the video, you will take the funicular train up the hill. This is a ride in an open-air train car that goes up on the angle up to the observatory. As you are taking the train ride up, you will get to enjoy some fantastic views. 1873 Observatory funicular train in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico Once you reach the top of the hill, you will do the house tour. The house is furnished with authenic furniture from the late 1800s. There are a number of rooms: living room, bedroom, office, etc. There are lots of antique items and photos for you to look at. After leaving the house tour, there is a tequila making room where the process to make tequila is exhibited. After this is a garden that has a variety of agave and other plants that are used to make tequila and mezcal. 1873 Observatory house tour in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico There is a large aviary at the top of the hill. You enter via 2 doors so the birds do not escape. Walking around the the aviary you can see tucans, parrots, flamingos, and other species of birds. On the tour we were allowed to feed the birds and they landed on our hands and heads! This would be really fun for After your tour, you can stay and enjoy a few drinks in the bar and/or walk around the large property and explore it! How much does it cost to visit the Mazatlán 1873 Observatory? The prices as of November 2021 are: MX$450(Adults)/MX$200(Children 3-12) for observatory tour, MX$350(Adults)/MX$150 for locals, MX$800 for Mezcal tasting tour. When is the Mazatlán 1873 Observatory open? As of early 2022, it is open from 9am to 10pm daily. The phone number of the Mazatlán 1873 Observatory is: +52 669-260-9844
Excellent Mexican food, ocean view Family restaurant Breakfast, Lunch and dinner.
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Pancho's Restaurant
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Excellent Mexican food, ocean view Family restaurant Breakfast, Lunch and dinner.
Conoce el nuevo club de playa en el icónico Valentinos Mazatlán.
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Onaki Beach Club
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Conoce el nuevo club de playa en el icónico Valentinos Mazatlán.

Food scene

EL FARO DE MAZATLAN | Lighthouse and Glass bridge 7 Dislike Share Save Report
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EL MIRADOR
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EL FARO DE MAZATLAN | Lighthouse and Glass bridge 7 Dislike Share Save Report
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Restaurant Panamá
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Variedad de restaurantes, paseo en lancha

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Stone Island
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Water park / Parque de agua Tobogán, albercas, restaurantes, familiar

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Aquatic Park Mazagua
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