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The favorite walk of tourists and locals is the Malecón, where besides an extraordinary view of the bay and the spectacular sunsets, you can find hotels, cafes, bars, restaurants, shops and ice cream shops. The sculptural route embellishes and complements the landscape.
Located on September 16 and Belisario Dominguez, in the heart of the historic center is a hundred-year-old building, and serves as a site of historical and artistic exhibitions, permanent and temporary, as well as spaces for music, artistic and theatrical performances.
It is located on Madero street between May 5 and Independence. In the Old House of Government of the Territory is the Center of Popular Cultures, where art exhibitions and tradition of the State and the rest of the country are appreciated.
It can be visited in the street Revolution between May 5 and Independence. This important mission was founded by the Jesuits Juan de Ugarte and Jaime Bravo. The main façade is finished in pink quarry stone and neoclassical style. Dominating the view there are two towers flanking the entrance.
By touring its rooms you can learn the history of the state, as well as appreciate regional. It is located on May 5 and Altamirano
Educational, cultural institution, support for scientific research and dissemination of cetaceans; operated by volunteers and students of upper secondary level and university students in social service stage. It offers courses, workshops and conferences periodically. You can visit the museum on Álvaro Obregón street and September 16
It has a large collection of reptiles and desert animals such as turtles, iguanas, snakes, crocodiles and arachnids. It is an ideal place to take the little ones of the family to know more about the animal world and learn about care, precautions and important data. It is located on Brecha California street.
Enjoy a morning with the largest fish in the world as you swim beside him to appreciate his grace and kindness. The Whale Shark likes to enjoy the warm waters of the Bay of La Paz where it feeds peacefully, giving us the opportunity to observe it closely in its natural habitat.
Located inside the Costabaja complex on the tourist corridor of La Paz, this gallery contains shells that can be found in the Sea of Cortez and an exhibition of boats of different types.
Two days a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 12 a.m., you can walk along Calle Madero a market with organic vegetables and fruits, as well as products made with natural ingredients and even enjoy a coffee while appreciating the different posts that meet that morning.