MAZATLAN, Mexico, Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mazatlán, Mexico's "Colonial City on the Beach," will host a series of events this fall to attract international travelers who seek adventure, culture, and paradise. Mazatlán, known as the Pearl of the Pacific, is a budget-friendly, year-round beach destination with a Colonial District that has over 400 years of history. This fall, the city has a calendar of events that includes the Mazatlán Cultural Fest, the Day of the Dead Celebration, and the Mazatlán Bike Tour.
Mazatlán Cultural Festival
The Mazatlán Cultural Festival runs from October through December 2015 and celebrates the importance of performing arts to the city's culture. High-caliber artists take to the city's theaters, churches, squares, and open spaces to engage audiences through musical, theatrical, dance, literature, and fine art performances. Visit http://gomazatlan.com/en/events/mazatlan-cultural-festival for more information.
Mazatlán's Day of the Dead Celebration
Mazatlán's Day of the Dead "Dia De Los Muertos" Celebration is a two day festival that offers visitors from across the globe the opportunity to experience a unique Mexican cultural experience that has been celebrated for thousands of years. On November 1st and 2nd, the city of Mazatlán is taken over by skeleton masks and orange marigolds to honor the dead through parades, music, performances, and treats. Visit http://vidamaz.com/2012/08/19/dia-de-los-muertos-en-mazatlanday-of-the-dead-in-mazatlan/ for more information.
Mazatlán Bike Tour
The Mazatlán Bike tour, which highlights Mazatlán's adventure travel activities, is November 22-23, 2015. All levels of cyclists from around the globe bike over 100 miles over two days to experience Mexico from the seat of their bike. Participants enjoy biking along the water, touring Mazatlán's boardwalk, and the end-of-race beach party to celebrate the feat! Visit http://gomazatlan.com/en/events/mazatlan-bike-tour for more information.
Recognized for its world-class beaches, golfing, gastronomy and cultural offering, Mazatlán is an ideal vacation getaway for all ages on the Mexican Riviera: The Lighthouse (El Faro), the second-tallest natural light house in the world; experience the famous Ángela Peralta Theater nearby the charming Plazuela Machado; and taste the exquisite gastronomy, whether a local pastry shop in Old Mazatlán or the world-famous seafood at The Shrimp Bucket. Go Mazatlán. For more information about the destination please go to: www.GoMazatlán.com
For more information, or to arrange an interview with a Mazatlán spokesperson, please contact:
Ogilvy Public Relations
SOURCE Mazatlan Hotel Association