Plaza Vasco de Quiroga
Pátzcuaro’s leafy main plaza is one of Mexico’s best hangout spots. It is framed by the 17th-century facades of old mansions that have...
Vasco de Quiroga Statue
Pátzcuaro’s leafy main plaza is watched over by a serene statue of Vasco de Quiroga which rises from the central fountain.
Templo San Juan de Dios
Templo San Juan de Dios was built in the mid-17th century and remodeled in the 18th, It mixes baroque and neoclassical styles.
La Casa de Arcángeles
This bright courtyard cafe attached to Hotel Misión San Manuel serves all the typical Mexican favorites. Pátzcuaro’s youngest mariachi...
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La Surtidora information
This downright heavenly place to flop down for refueling is living proof that no other country does atmospheric colonial cafes quite as well as Mexico. La Surtidora's cafe-cum-deli has been knocking out breakfasts, comidas and cenas on Plaza Grande since 1916. One wonders if the enchiladas, cakes, balletic waitstaff and – most memorably – home-roasted coffee were always this good. Probably.