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Museo Regional de Durango
In a palatial, French-style, 19th-century mansion, this museum has thorough displays on Durango state history. Pancho Villa and the...
Catedral del Basílica Menor
The Plaza de Armas is dominated by the handsome baroque facade of the Catedral del Basílica Menor , constructed between 1695 and 1787....
This company is run by English-speaking Walter Bishop Velarde, a former Durango rancher who was one of the pioneers of Mexican...
Cineteca Silvestre Revueltas
The Cineteca Silvestre Revueltas shows art-house films, usually three times daily.
A wonderful cafe-deli with a courtyard where you can enjoy healthy breakfasts, and extraordinary tortas (sandwiches) made with cold...
Lonely Planet review
Fish and shrimp don’t immediately leap to mind in an inland city such as Durango, but this seafood specialist is one of the best restaurants in town. Service in the colorfully decorated 18th-century patio is professional, and you can choose from 20 ways of preparing grouper fillets or a range of seafood cocktails, including the six-ingredient Molotov.