Plaza Vasco de Quiroga (Plaza Grande)
Vasco de Quiroga Statue
Templo del Sagrario
The creaky Templo del Sagrario is an interesting old church at Pátzcuaro.
Templo de la Compañía
Built in the 16th century, the Templo de la Compañía became a Jesuit training college in the 17th century. The church is still in use...
Waiters are dressed in chef whites and take good care of their clientele at this old-school cafe-cum-deli, which has been in operation...
Plaza Vasco de Quiroga (Plaza Grande) information
Lonely Planet review
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 since been converted to hotels, shops and restaurants, and watched over by a serene statue of Vasco de Quiroga , which rises from the central fountain. The arched sides of the plaza are full of food stalls, jewelry and folk-art sellers, and the atmosphere, particularly on the weekend when bands play and street performers entertain, is wonderful.