Built by José de la Borda in 1759, the Casa Borda serves as a cultural center hosting experimental theater and exhibiting contemporary...
Plaza Borda (Zócalo)
Museo de Arte Virreinal
This charming, rather ragtag religious-art museum is housed in a wonderful old house. It hosts a small but well-displayed collection of...
This sushi restaurant in the lobby of Hotel Emilia reflects modern Taxco with its designer furniture but casual vibe. The sushi is fresh...
Ruiz de Alarcón 1A · interesting places nearby
Café Sasha information
Taxco’s boho and traveler hangout has an excellent selection of vegetarian dishes (including many with Thai and Indian influences), low lighting, tiny balcony tables and a good collection of antique Lonely Planet guides. Owing to a house brand of mezcal (agave liquor) and frequent live-music shows, Sasha can get lively in the evenings.