Plaza Borda (Zócalo)
Templo de Santa Prisca
The icon of Taxco, Santa Prisca was a labor of love for town hero José de la Borda. The local Catholic hierarchy allowed the silver...
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...
Taxco’s boho and traveler hangout has an excellent selection of vegetarian dishes (including many with Thai and Indian influences), low...
Casa Borda information
Lonely Planet review
Built by José de la Borda in 1759, the Casa Borda serves as a cultural center hosting experimental theater and exhibiting contemporary sculpture, painting and photography by Guerrero artists. The building, however, is the main attraction. Due to the unevenness of the terrain, the rear window looks out on a precipitous four-story drop, even though the entrance is on the ground floor.