Iglesia La Inmaculada
Mex Mich Guías
Provides personalized and small-group tours, including a spooky nighttime Legends of Morelia tour (M$550) and trips to the Reserva...
This irregular, conspicuously vacant plaza surrounds the Estatua Ecuestre al Patriota Morelos , a majestic statue of Morelos on...
On the hillside 3km south of town, Morelia’s hottest club thumps, bumps and grinds to house and pop tunes. Designed to look like an...
Lonely Planet review
Every night for more than 40 years, volunteers have served up local delicacies such as corundas (triangular tamales ), uchepos (fresh corn tamales ), fried quesadillas and buñuelos (syrupy doughnuts) in the basement of this huge modern church, with proceeds going to charity. Buy tickets at the counter to redeem for food at the various booths – leftover tickets can be returned for cash. It’s definitely one of Morelia’s most memorable eating experiences, and you’ll be lucky to see another foreigner here! To get to the church, follow the aqueduct out of town along Avenida Acueducto, and Tejedores de Aranza is on your left four blocks after the end of Bosque Cuauhtémoc.