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Jiquilpan de Juarez, Michoacan

Jiquilpan Huanimba (indigo place) because of its dye producing flowers; the historical and cultural place in western Michoacan state. Birthplace of important men such as General Lazaro Cardenas del Rio and place that is home to important venues such as the “Lic. Gabino Ortiz” Public Library, in which 10 murals painted by Master Jose Clemente Orozco are preserved.  
A stroll over its streets and corners will help you discover important monuments and squares that characterize this noble place. Allow yourself to be conquered by its delicious cuisine and its architecture, which maintains the classic style of the state of Michocan. Feel proud to follow the memories and the new times which are a true reflection of its intense biography as a historical and magical place.  
Come… Jiquilpan has much to tell!  

How to Get There

Jiquilpan de Juarez, Michoacan

Leaving from Mexico City, 282 miles over the Mexico-Guadalajara Federal Highway 15, or the Mexico-Guadalajara freeway, exit at la Barca toward Jiquilpan (approximately 21 miles from the exit). Leaving from Guadalajara, 90 miles over the Mexico-Guadalajara Federal Highway 15, or the Mexico-Guadalajara Freeway, exit at la Barca toward Jiquilpan (approximately 21 miles from the exit). Leaving from Morelia 147 miles over the Mexico-Guadalajara Federal Highway 15, or the Mexico-Guadalajara freeway, exit at la Barca toward Jiquilpan (approximately 21 miles from the exit).