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Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán

 
Its magic lies in the celebration of Día  de Muertos (Day of the Dead). Here, death  is but another life, to be celebrated on a grand  scale. Among the unparalleled lakeside scenery  you will also fi nd remnants of the pre-Hispanic  Purépecha culture, magnifi cent 16th-century religious works, and the talent of modern artisans.

How to Get There

Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán

By Car: 30.4 miles from Morelia on road 15. In Quiroga, take road 120 to Tzintzuntzan. Pátzcuaro is 11.2 miles south. By Bus: ETN has routes to Pátzcuaro from Mexico City and Morelia. Autobuses Erandi has service from Pátzcuaro to Tzintzuntzan. By Plane: Aeroméxico and Aeromar fly to Morelia.