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If you consider yourself an artist, a traveler at heart, a romantic, you enjoy contact with nature and you like the charm and traditions of a legendary culture… …You are ready to visit us! Villa Pátzcuaro Garden Hotel & RV Park is located one minute from the historic center of Pátzcuaro and the same from Lake Pátzcuaro. Your property adjoins a nature reserve, so even being in the city, the country feel and tranquility make it an ideal stay. BOOK NOW
Apolinar Pimentel 1, La Querenda 61600 Pátzcuaro, Michoacán
Casa de Pátzcuaro is a space where time takes on another nuance. A 19th century building restored with absolute respect for the original distribution and the use of the spaces was preserved to present it as a sample of life in Pátzcuaro in other times. The common spaces were adapted for, in addition to enjoying a unique place, having a good coffee or a dish of old homemade food and in the afternoon a good mezcal in the style of those times.
Lloreda 7, Centro 61600 Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México.
With a privileged location, affordable costs, first class facilities and excellent services, 4Four Gym & Fitness Club is the best gym option in the region. Get fit! We have: THE ONLY GYM OPEN 365 DAYS A YEAR IN PÁTZCUARO.
Libramiento Ignacio Zaragoza 9, 61605 Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México.
Rediscover yourself in Pátzcuaro and surroundings through moments of learning and reflection. Learn about ancient places, the mix of cultures and their spiritual nuances, while you taste Michoacán gastronomy and enjoy pleasant moments of deep meditation and pleasant relaxation. Know the experiences we have for you! We offer you the conditions for you to experience moments of true peace, relaxation and communication with yourself in Pátzcuaro mystical town. Legendary Patzcuaro. Get to know the mysteries and legends that Pátzcuaro contains on a night tour that begins with the visit and explanation of the murals by Juan O’Gorman in the “Gertrudis Bocanegra” public library. Walk through the ancient streets of the city while you listen to the stories of its great past. It includes: Starry night on Yunuén Island. Enjoy a unique experience of meditation, self-liberation and personal reunion combined with an exceptional ride! It includes: Lunada of freedom on La Pacanda Island. Enjoy a unique experience of meditation, self-liberation and personal reunion combined with an exceptional ride! It includes: Rediscovery experience. Be the protagonist of your own story. Learn about ancient places, about the mixture of cultures and their spiritual nuances, while you taste Michoacan gastronomy and enjoy pleasant moments […]
Apolinar Pimentel, 3 - 1, Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México
In 2013 a pyramid of 13 steps, 20 complete human burials and 15 pieces of clay, basalt and copper ceramics were discovered in Malpaís Prieto, an area that is part of 400 archaeological sites located in the municipality of Zacapu, Michoacán, and where it does 700 years ago the uacusecha culture was established, a group considered to be the precursor that gave rise to the development of the Tarascan kingdom. This is indicated by the first archaeological finds and the exploration work on the uacusecha culture that archaeologists from the Center for Mexican and Central American Studies (CEMCA) have been carrying out for three years with the support of UNAM and INAH.
Malpais prieto, Zacapu, Michoacán, México.
It is one of the places most visited by local athletes, it has several watery spaces, games, volleyball and basketball courts, as well as a large number of green areas. Some years ago it became famous for the appearance of the Virgin of Guadalupe in one of its trees.
Parque la Zarcita, Zacapu, Michoacán, México.
It is one of the favorite places for local families to spend the weekend, it has a large number of green areas, as well as endemic species such as the Axolotl that will amaze you.
Laguna de Zacapu, Michoacán, México.
The chronicles refer that in the year 1548, Fray Jacobo Daciano walked from Cheran towards the Zacapu encomienda, accompanied by a retinue of indigenous people. It got dark in the forest, very close to the lake and they camped there. At dawn, Fray Jacobo Daciano called everyone and told them that it was God’s will that a church be built in that place; the Indians dismantled the site, opened foundations, and the string was pulled to begin construction. Later they drew streets, locating the square, the “tianguis” and the royal house. Thus was born what is now the city of Zacapu. This must have happened on June 29, 1548, since Zacapu was entrusted to the patronage of the Apostle Saint Peter and for many years the name of that saint was used to designate the part of the city where the parish temple is located, now dedicated to Mrs. Saint Ana.
Parroquia de Santa Ana, Zacapu, Michoacán, México.