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London Culiacan from £822

The flight between London and Culiacan can be easily arranged, and will take between 14 and 20 hours, without an overnight stop. The journey cannot be made directly, but it is simple to transfer via Mexico City, or even Los Angeles. Budget carriers like Interjet, Volaris and Aeromexico make the journey from the capital to Culiacan, and a cheap flight will surely be available, while major airlines like British Airways and Aeromexico fly from London Heathrow daily.After the flight, visitors can get into town fairly simply, with shuttle buses and taxis available to meet all planes. The journey into town should take no more than 20 minutes, and the taxi fare should be no more than £5.

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    London Culiacan

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Sightseeing Culiacan 1 Check out the local musical talent

Visitors should head immediately to Bulevar Francisco I. Madero, which serves as the Tin Pan Alley of Culiacan. Every night of the week, mariachi, and norteno bands can be heard, pumping out a soulful and often beautiful variation on Mexican pop. Street musicians are also plentiful, but don't forget to tip.

2 Visit the city's religious sites

Culiacan is filled with chapels and churches that all visitors should see. The Cathedral is a great place to start, being in the town centre, but the centrepiece is the Capilla de Jesús Malverde, dedicated to an executed bandit. Then head uphill to the Chapel of "La Lomita" for stunning panoramic views across town.

3 Check out the works of Sinaloan artists

The excellent Museo de Arte de Sinaloa showcases the artistic prowess of the province's people, with a strong focus on abstract works. Admission is a bargain, and there is no better way to spend a rainy afternoon.

4 Head to the beach

Buses regularly run from the centre of town to the Pacific coast, which is only about 40km away. The beaches at Tetuan Nuevo are easily accessible, clean and sandy, with excellent swimming opportunities. Nearby Altalta also offers a lively nightlife scene.

5 See the hot springs of Imala

Located about 20km from Culiacan, the small town of Imala has become an eco-tourism hotspot due to its huge number of hot springs. Relax in pools fed by the springs or head to the nearby Sanalona Dam for boating and other water sports.

Required travel documents for Mexico

British visitors to Mexico should be aware of the time difference, with Mexico being 6 hours behind the UK. Entry requirements are quite simple, with no visa being required. Instead, British visitors only have to fill in a tourist card on arrival. But don't lose this card, as it is needed to leave the country (without a hefty fine). Health insurance is also recommended for all visitors.
The capital of Sinaloa province is often overlooked by tourists, which is a shame as Culiacan has a thriving musical culture unlike any other Mexican city. There are some fine museums and historical sights, as well as a distinctively Sinaloan cuisine which tourists will adore. The city is also conveniently situated for beach excursions and nature tours.