Welcome to Pátzcuaro

Terracotta-tiled roofs, warped red-and-white adobe walls and narrow cobblestone streets give the sizable town of Pátzcuaro the air of a large village. Unlike the Spanish-founded cities of Morelia and Guadalajara, Pátzcuaro took root in the 1320s as part of the Tarascan Empire, two centuries before the conquistadors arrived. With its tangible indigenous feel, it remains little affected by modern interference... Read More

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