Mercado de Antojitos
Museo de los Cuatro Pueblos Indios
In the Huatápera, an old colonial courtyard building near the northeast corner of the main plaza, is this three-room museum. Built in...
Fábrica San Pedro
This great old textile factory from the 19th century is essentially a living museum. Hand-loomed and hand-dyed bedspreads, tablecloths...
Located in the basement of an old, abandoned waterworks, this club is the perfect blend of sleek and comfortable and offers the best...
The arched interior of this charming cafe makes for a very pleasant place for a coffee, cake or breakfast, with black-and-white photos...
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Lonely Planet review
The best place for down-home local cooking is the buzzing food court at the center of this labyrinthine market on the north side of the plaza. The carnitas are renowned across Michoacán, and the tacos, pozole and cocadas (haystacks of caramelized coconut) ain’t half bad, either.