Pátzcuaro

Michoacán

Welcome to the Magical Town of Patzcuaro
Pátzcuaro is a town of Purépecha origin, located on the shore of the lake of the same name, it is characterized for its cobbled streets and sky full of white clouds. A series of paintings that portray the lives of its people have been spread in the collective imagination, its balconies adorned with flowerpots and in the background its rafts where the fishermen return from their labor.
 
Anyone who has traveled to the “Pueblo Mágico” (Magical Town) of Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, in search of new experiences, has returned with a changed soul, a product of its captivating and immaculate town image, where modernity is only a visitor who is not allowed to obstruct the passage of the typical shapes of its original paint stroke.
 
The pickled trout and the “michi” broth stand out in its gastronomy, prepared with the fresh fish of the day. In addition to uchepos, and tamales which are the favorite among children. But also, the ability of its artisans shines everywhere: masters in pottery, wood carving and wrought iron that you can see in the bars of the gardens and even in the furniture such as in chairs, tables or headboards, which makes them unique and elegant.
 
Experience the Day of the Dead celebration
The steep distribution of its paths makes it inevitable to direct your eyes to Pátzcuaro, a lake and shore that imposes, take two or three hours of your day to its contemplation; close your eyes and listen to the melodious sound of the Tarascan, the Purépecha language that is complex and as alive as the Day of the Dead (“Día de los Muertos”) is in Pátzcuaro, which year after year draws the attention of curious and passionate people about this Mexican holiday, which we will talk about later.
 
To get to Pátzcuaro, it only takes an hour by land from the city of Morelia. The climate is enjoyable, and very pleasent so any anytime time of the year is a great time to visit this “Pueblo Mágico”. However, keep in mind that if you want to participate in the festivities of “Día de Muertos”, we recommend to visit from October and until November the 3rd.
Welcome to the Magical Town of Patzcuaro

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Pátzcuaro is a town of Purépecha origin, located on the shore of the lake of the same name, it is characterized for its cobbled streets and sky full of white clouds. A series of paintings that portray the lives of its people have been spread in the collective imagination, its balconies adorned with flowerpots and in the background its rafts where the fishermen return from their labor.
 
Anyone who has traveled to the “Pueblo Mágico” (Magical Town) of Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, in search of new experiences, has returned with a changed soul, a product of its captivating and immaculate town image, where modernity is only a visitor who is not allowed to obstruct the passage of the typical shapes of its original paint stroke.
 
The pickled trout and the “michi” broth stand out in its gastronomy, prepared with the fresh fish of the day. In addition to uchepos, and tamales which are the favorite among children. But also, the ability of its artisans shines everywhere: masters in pottery, wood carving and wrought iron that you can see in the bars of the gardens and even in the furniture such as in chairs, tables or headboards, which makes them unique and elegant.
 
Experience the Day of the Dead celebration
The steep distribution of its paths makes it inevitable to direct your eyes to Pátzcuaro, a lake and shore that imposes, take two or three hours of your day to its contemplation; close your eyes and listen to the melodious sound of the Tarascan, the Purépecha language that is complex and as alive as the Day of the Dead (“Día de los Muertos”) is in Pátzcuaro, which year after year draws the attention of curious and passionate people about this Mexican holiday, which we will talk about later.
 
To get to Pátzcuaro, it only takes an hour by land from the city of Morelia. The climate is enjoyable, and very pleasent so any anytime time of the year is a great time to visit this “Pueblo Mágico”. However, keep in mind that if you want to participate in the festivities of “Día de Muertos”, we recommend to visit from October and until November the 3rd.

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