Michoacan has 8 Magical Towns, representing the Michoacan culture: Patzcuaro, Cuitzeo, Santa Clara del Cobre, Tlalpujahua, Angangueo, Tzintzuntzan, Jiquilpan and Tacámbaro are just a small sample of the beauty of this state. UNESCO has privileged us with six World Heritage appointments: Morelia and its historic downtown, the biosphere of the Mariposa Monarca, the Noche de Muertos tradition, the Michoacan music known as Pirekuas, the delicious michoacan cuisine and the Voladores de San Pedro.


Live the best Tours and Activities in Michoacan, know its attractions and enjoy a beautiful vacation.

Morelia, historical context

Duration: 3-4 hours

  • Jardín, Templo y Conservatorio de las Rosas
  • Palacio Clavijero
  • Biblioteca Pública
  • Colegio de San Nicolás
  • Catedral
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Palacio de Gobierno
  • Casa de las Artesanías

Morelia Colonial

Duration: 3-4 hours

  • Jardín de Villalongín
  • Fuente Las Tarascas
  • Callejón del Romance
  • Calzada de San Diego
  • Santuario de Guadalupe
  • Plaza Morelos
  • Acueducto
  • El Mirador del Asta

On the way to Patzcuaro

Duration: 6-8 hours

  • Tiripetío
  • Tupátaro
  • Cuanajo
  • Zirahuén


Duration: 6-8 hours

  • Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Salud
  • Museo de Artes Populares
  • Colegio y Templo Jesuita
  • Templo del Sagrario
  • Casa de los Once Patios

Around the Lake Patzcuaro

Duration: 6-8 hours

  • Capula
  • Quiroga
  • Santa Fe
  • Oponguio
  • Erongarícuaro
  • Tzurumútaro
  • Pátzcuaro

Archaeological area

Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Ihuatzio
  • Tzintzuntzan
  • Tingambato
  • Pátzcuaro

The route of the Monarca

Duration: 7-9 hours

  • Angangueo
  • Sierra Chincua
  • Ocampo
  • Sierra El Rosario
  • San Felipe de los Alzati
  • Tlalpujahua
  • Break - Tesoros Coloniales (Contepec o Zitácuaro)

Historians Skies of Michoacán

Duration: 6-8 hours

The coffered are large wooden rafts placed as interior ceilings and are only found in Michoacán, which is distinguished by curved or trapezoidal designs and these Historians Skies are pictorial works dating from the XVI, XVII, XVIII and XIX centuries, with religious motifs such as litanies, archangels, angels, passionate and floral themes, forming a cultural heritage very important in the state. The usefulness of these interior ceilings in churches and chapels is related to acoustics and didactics, also creating an exceptional aesthetic concept.

  • Pomacuarán
  • Nurio
  • Cocucho
  • Charapan
  • Corupo


Michoacán has wings, temple of beauty, of colorful and unique traditions, gastronomy, crafts, architecture, history, for this and much more, Michoacán is the Soul of Mexico.