Research and assess Patzcuaro as a location for living, working or retirement in Mexico. Living in Patzcuaro Patzcuaro (“Pahtz-Kuah-Ro”) is a charming town with a mixed colonial and indigenous feel, located just 45 minutes from Morelia, the State Capital of Michoacan. Michoacan’s people are...
Every autumn the phenomenal Monarch Butterflies arrive in Mexico to overwinter here
Morelia is a beautiful colonial city featuring elegant Spanish Colonial architecture and also offers a wide variety of nature and outdoor activities nearby
Pátzcuaro is a charming town with a mixed colonial and indigenous feel, located a short drive from the state capital, Morelia
Dating back to Hispanic times, Tlaquepaque has become known for fine dining and art amidst its colonial-style streets, plazas, and gardens
Discover the the quilt-work of artisan villages surrounding the lake near Pátzcuaro
About Jaracuaro Also Read: About Patzcuaro’s Lakeside Villages Jaracuaro is credited with the creation of the Baile de los Viejitos (Dance of the Old Men) which is a masked-dance mocking the weak (and white) conquistadors. Usually performed by children, it is danced at least...