Santuario de Guadalupe
On the northeast edge of Plaza Morelos, the pink-and-red walls of this baroque church built from 1708 to 1716 bloom with white flowers...
Ex-Convento de San Diego
Beside the Santuario de Guadalupe, the much less splashy Ex-Convento de San Diego was built in 1761 as a monastery and now houses the...
This irregular, conspicuously vacant plaza surrounds the Estatua Ecuestre al Patriota Morelos , a majestic statue of Morelos on...
Casa de la Salsa
Locals converge to shake their collective ass to a rocking four-piece band on a raised stage in this dark, cavernous club. Don’t worry,...
El Acueducto information
Lonely Planet review
Morelia’s impressive aqueduct runs for several kilometers along Avenida Acueducto and bends around Plaza Villalongín. It was built between 1785 and 1788 to meet the city’s growing water needs. Its 253 arches are gorgeous when illuminated at night.