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All reviews historic center gazpacho colonial city every saturday restaurants and shops street vendors main avenue spanish style an amazing city light show people watching guided tour great architecture arts and crafts all kinds fruit across the street
We are staying in the heart of Morelia, just across the street from the cathedral. This area has some interesting buildings and a pleasant park, Plaza Des Armes but, when we asked at the information centre about a tour they told us that none were...More
We loved spending Christmas wandering the streets of this historic city. The people were nice and welcoming. The walk to the Guadalupe Church was delightful and the church itself is incredible. The restaurants around the main square were fantastic and the sidewalk tables are a...More
This place has good walking space and people like to take pictures with the pigeons. You can literally throw food up in the air and they all rush to the food. Various stands with snacks all over. They also have a trolly that takes you...More
I have traveled to many cities and towns in Mexico. I have never seen one so clean. Big streets, whole areas just for pedestrians to walk. Restaurants and shops everywhere. Covered walkways and a fireworks show at the Cathedral on weekends.
They really want to...More
Around the main square, the building facades and some of the buildings are original. There are several lovely parks and you can go into the schools and library to view the murals and architectural features. A nice half day stroll
This UNESCO city is stunning with all of the buildings made of pink cantera stone. At night it glows a wonderful warm color and there are also lights shown on the Cathedral in the evening.Lots of activity there as well...
Large chirch, local government building on one side of it, Palace of Justice on opposit side, and hotels on the fourth side to complete the zplaza des Armas. I have seen it in so many Spanish colonial towns that I wonder after time if it...More
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Though I was very close to Michoacán (Pátzcuaro and Janitzio) , I was with a tour group of Mexican Nationals. Since tourist money helps the local economy, I would think you would be fine. Just don't flash fancy jewelry... More
Though I was very close to Michoacán (Pátzcuaro and Janitzio) , I was with a tour group of Mexican Nationals. Since tourist money helps the local economy, I would think you would be fine. Just don't flash fancy jewelry /watches and clothes. You should be fine. Enjoy the food!