Museo Casa Natal de Morelos
José María Morelos y Pavón, one of the most important heroes in Mexico’s struggle for independence, is king in Morelia – after all, the...
Palacio de Justicia
Across from the Museo Regional Michoacano is the Palacio de Justicia, built between 1682 and 1695 to serve as the city hall. Its facade...
Museo Regional Michoacano
Located just off the plaza, this museum is housed in a late-18th-century baroque palace where you can view an impressive variety of...
Balcones del Ángel
A hip and beautiful crowd gathers in this open courtyard lounge on the top floor of a 17th-century building just south of the cathedral....
Restaurante Las Tarascas
This unassuming place is run with great passion and enthusiasm by the young women who staff it. Their specialty is consommé, but they...
Fonda Marceva information
Lonely Planet review
Specializing in the cuisine of the tierra caliente (hot lands) region of Michoacán’s southeast, this lovely courtyard restaurant serves a mind-blowing aporreadillo (breakfast stew of eggs, dried beef and chili) and some of the best frijoles de olla (beans slow-cooked in a pot) we’ve ever tasted.