Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Tzintzuntzan or the place of hummingbirds was named as a Magical Village in 2012 for its cultural richness that encompasses its customs, traditions, historical monuments and the number of tourist attractions it hosts.
WALK ALONG THE COBBLED STREETS OF TZINTZUNTZAN
Walk among houses with tile roofs and sharp eaves showing the unparalleled attractiveness of the village. Marvel at the colonial beauty and admire the 13th century old buildings overlooking the Patzcuaro Lake.
VISIT THE FORMER CONVENT OF SANTA ANA MUSEUM
Visit the first convent of Michoacan built by the Franciscans Order between the 16th and 17th centuries. Admire the conciliatory architecture integrating plateresque and baroque styles with Muslim influences. Go back to the evangelizing age while you observe on the wall scenes inspired by the saints and their deeds. Admire the open chapel, the cloister, the Indians Hospital and the Temple of Solitude.
WALK ALONG THE OLIVE TREES
Stroll through the gardens and orchards and visit the olive trees planted by the Bishop Vasco de Quiroga. Take a break on some of the benches and enjoy a good talk.
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