Centro de Enseñanza Para Extranjeros
This branch of Mexico City’s Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México offers intensive Spanish-language courses in the atmospheric...
Museo de Arte Virreinal
This charming, rather rag-tag religious art museum is housed in a wonderful old house that is often referred to as Casa Humboldt, even...
Museo Guillermo Spratling
This very well laid-out three-story history and archaeology museum is off an alley behind Templo de Santa Prisca. It contains a small...
Next door to the Palacio Municipal, Sotavento serves everything from breakfasts to cocktails, enchiladas de mole to prime rib. You can...
La Caletilla information
Lonely Planet review
High in the mountains and far from the sea, Taxco’s perhaps the last place you’d expect to find a great marisquería . But La Caletilla’s small, fish-only menu is loved by locals who flock to its large tiled terrace for heaped portions of delicate ceviche, three kinds of seafood soup and well-prepared platters of shrimp and fish.