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The conservatory is a magical place. If you're there for the free Thursday 8pm performance, enter from the street and go to the right, up a few steps to the auditorium. But arrive early and enter from the street and go to the left that...More
Morelia has toooooo much to offer, but you CANNOT miss this place. Is not only that walking inside this astonishing 1595 building gets you back in history, but you will hear an opera singer rehearsing, a violin student practicing or a whole band performing, while...More
There are no roses here, but there are a number of great places to sit outside an enjoy a beer. The gardens are frequented by many students, and it's a happy, lively place. This is a great spot for a couple of hours sitting and...More
This convent built centuries ago is now a world class music conservatory where student from all over the world come to as evidenced by the many classical music concerts given throughout the year. Lovely courtyard with a central fountain filled with rose plants all around....More
This place is a music school, one with a National prize for doing it, only the best ones enter it, so as you enter you are going to hear beautiful and peaceful classic mussic as people are rehearsing. Its kind of mysterious and it has...More
There are actually no roses here -- don't want you to be disappointed! The gardens are named for the nearby Santa Rosa de Lima church.
There is, however, classic colonial architecture, carefully-trimmed topiary, and you can hear the sounds of pianos and strings being practiced....More
As you walk the historic area you will find the buidling across from a beautiful park just 3 blocks northwest from the main square. The building will invite you to get in the lovely courtyard they have preserve in good shape, with mostly the same...More