Where to go at Morelia
The Tourist Guide of Morelia
In Morelia, “City of the pink quarry”, you will find architectural wonders throughout its Historic Downtown with its more than 200 historic buildings and 15 squares, most of them built with pink rock; walk and tour its Aqueduct, one of the most beautiful in the country where 253 arches are preserved. If it is about romance, you can visit the Romance Alley with your partner.
If you are a fan of museums, visit the Michoacan Regional Museum or the Cuauhtémoc Forest where the Natural History and Contemporary Art Museums are located. Two attractive sweets in Morelia are the Gazpachos and of course the Calle Real Candy Store and The Museum of Sweets where you will find morelianas, ates, crystallized fruits, milk candies, chongos zamorano and more.
For you to eat well, Morelia offers you a wide variety of restaurants where you can savor: a delicious Tarascan soup, corundas, Morelian enchiladas or some Michoacán-style carnitas. If you like movies, schedule your trip for October and participate in the Festival Internacional de Cine. Its wide Hotel offer has something for all tastes and budgets.
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Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve
Zona Turística tells you Where to Eat in Morelia
Our famous restaurants recommended in Morelia,
where you can enjoy the most representative and typical food of the town.
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Ecotourism and Adventure Tourism in Morelia
Ecotourism, Nature and Adventure Activities and Tours in Morelia
Expeditions in Morelia
Explore and interact with nature, get to know and spread the conservation of natural and cultural resources of Mexico.