Templo de Aranzazú
The compact Templo de Aranzazú is perhaps the city’s most beautiful. Built from 1749 to 1752, it has three ornate Churrigueresque...
Instituto Mexicano-Americano de Cultura
Offers courses from one week upwards. Check its website for course fees and homestay options. Music and dance classes are also available.
Templo de San Francisco
Across the road from the Templo de Aranzazú the larger but less impressive Templo de San Francisco was begun in the 1660s by the...
A popular multistory disco, with three dance floors and endless lounges and bars full of gorgeous young things dancing.
Birriería las Nueve Esquinas
The village-like Nueve Esquinas (Nine Corners) neighborhood specializes in birria, meat stewed in its own juices until it’s so tender...
Sánchez 394 · interesting places nearby
La Prisciliana information
La Prisciliana is laid-back and stylish, with arched windows, burgundy walls, worn tile floors and an antique wood bar in an old colonial building. It can get wild late and there’s a drag show from time to time, but usually things stay chill. Downstairs Club Ye Ye is smaller but louder and wilder, with metallic decor and a club soundtrack.