• Morelia Cathedral

    Av Francisco I. Madero Pte S/N, Centro histórico de Morelia, 58000 Morelia, Mich., Mexico .

    It is the main icon of the city and one of the most beautiful cathedrals in all of Mexico. Its construction was in charge of the Italian architect Vicencio Barroso de la Escoyola and its construction took 84 years. The religious motif that gave rise to the Cathedral is the Transfiguration of the Lord and the Holy Image that is venerated in it is the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Patron Saint of the city, as well as the Lord of the Sacristy, an ancient Christ created with Corn paste. The Cathedral of Morelia shelters multiple holy treasures that await those visitors interested in learning more about the religious past of the city, and to interfere in the mysteries of the purest Christianity. It is undoubtedly a must-see destination for both devotees and tourists who want to contemplate the wonders of the Historic Center of Morelia.

  • Cuauhtémoc Forest

    Bosque Cuauhtémoc, Rafael Carrillo, Cuauhtémoc, Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico .

    The Cuauhtémoc Forest offers so much to see and do that that is why it is one of the favorite places of Morelians. To begin with, it has the largest green area in the city center and is surrounded by the main tourist attractions of Morelia: The Aqueduct, the Fuente de las Tarascas, the Villalongín Garden, the Callejón del Romance, La Calzada San Diego, the Jardín Morelos (better known as El Caballito) and the Temple of San Diego.

  • The Historic Center of Morelia

    Centro histórico de Morelia, Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico .

    On December 12, 1991, UNESCO inscribed Morelia on the list of the cultural heritage of humanity. The Historic Center of Morelia is the Mexican city with the most buildings that have the characteristics to be classified as architectural monuments: it has 1,113 in total. Morelia represents a clear example of architectural design and adequate urban planning, for which UNESCO considered that the city of Morelia is a unique model in America. All of the above makes us understand why Morelia is one of the most beautiful and important tourist destinations in Mexico and how thanks to its architectural beauty, the Historic Center of Morelia has been distinguished among the almost 200 cities in the world recognized as Cultural Heritage of the Humanity.

  • Roses Garden

    Jardín de las Rosas, Calle de Santiago Tapia, Centro histórico de Morelia, Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico .

    Jardin de las Rosas, a square full of gardens and with a great variety of places to drink coffee The Luis González Gutiérrez Garden is the true name of this corner, which is called by locals as "Las Rosas" its location right in front of the Conservatory and the temple dedicated to Santa Rosa de Lima, one of the best places to enjoy a coffee Being thus a preferred meeting point in the historic center, it is also the favorite place for urban artists, since it also shows events and exhibitions.
    The Historic Center of Morelia