The most visited destination without a beach in Mexico. The city of Morelia has 113,000 historical monuments, both, civil and religious, which place it as a leader in architectural beauty in the Mexican Republic.
Why did it receive this distinction?
Due to the characteristics of its buildings, the harmony in which the different architectural styles making up their own style, coexist, and because it turns into an eloquent testimony to the architectural history of Mexico.
What to do?
Stroll around its Historic Center, among squares, monuments, churches, mansions, museums and natural sites that will take you on a tour of this city’s past and present.
Visit the Azufres, a place of great natural beauty, and relax in its hot springs, go horseback riding through the forest and visit its lagoon, which at night reflects the light of the moon.
You must visit
The Cathedral of Morelia, the Aqueduct, the Church and former convent of the Capuchin, the Clavijero Palace, the Museum of Colonial Art, the Old Royal Hospital of San Juan de Dios and the town of Patzcuaro.