Also known as the zócalo or Plaza Revolución, this shaded square at the center of downtown—near the cathedral, city hall, and post office—is the perfect place to relax with a snack from the adjacent ice-cream and pizza shops or shaved-ice stands, get a shoeshine, or mail a letter home. Streets within a couple of blocks in any direction have small restaurants where fast, multicourse lunches (comida corrida) cost between $3 and $5.
Bounded by Calle 21 de Marzo to the north, Calle Flores to the south, Av. Benito Juárez to the east, and Av. Nelson to the west, Mazatlán, 82000, Mexico