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Top hotels in Michoacan

Best Western Plus Gran Hotel Morelia
Best Western Plus Gran Hotel Morelia
4 out of 5
Av Ventura Puente Esq Camelina, Morelia, MICH
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$86 per night from 26 Jan. to 27 Jan.
4.3/5 Excellent! (961 reviews)
"Staff is great!"

Reviewed on 4 Jan. 2022

Best Western Plus Gran Hotel Morelia
Fiesta Inn Morelia Altozano
Fiesta Inn Morelia Altozano
3.5 out of 5
Av. Montaña Monarca Norte No. 1000, Col. Ejido Jesús del Monte, Morelia, MICH
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$86 per night from 28 Jan. to 29 Jan.
4.1/5 Very Good! (668 reviews)
"What a view!!! This hotel is in the rich part of Morelia and hills. If you want to be away from town and in the mountains this is for you. Don't worry about amenities or shopping as it's next to a shopping mall and they have there own Walmart. A park and running trail and casino. As for hotel it ..."

Reviewed on 30 Dec. 2021

Fiesta Inn Morelia Altozano
Hotel & Spa Mansion solis by HOTSSON
Hotel & Spa Mansion solis by HOTSSON
4.5 out of 5
344 Av Acueducto Chapultepec Norte, Morelia, MICH
The price is AU$357 per night from 20 Jan. to 21 Jan.
4.5/5 Wonderful! (68 reviews)
"Exellent"

Reviewed on 16 Jan. 2022

Hotel & Spa Mansion solis by HOTSSON
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Top activities in Michoacan

Michoacán

Explore a large lake and learn about a proud indigenous community is this vast state on Mexico’s Pacific Coast.

The imposing eastern mountains and picturesque coastline make up the varied terrain of Michoacán. The state has many cultured cities interspersed between farms and the indigenous Nahuatl community. Chat to locals for a sense of the friendly culture. 

Visit the state capital of Morelia in the Guayangareo Valley. It is known for the charming colonial buildings in its historic centre, whose layout remains as it was in the 1500s. Look for the Federal Palace, the Mariano Matamoros Theatre and the impressive façade and bell towers of the Morelia Cathedral. Relax in the Plaza de Armas and the Rose Garden on a typically hot and sunny summer day. Nights are cool year round due to the high altitude.

Travel to the western outskirts of Morelia to reach the town of Patzcuaro on the southern flank of its namesake lake. Get a boat to Janitzio Island to watch the fishermen who are known for using butterfly-shaped nets. As you make your way to the island, you can identify where the town of Janitzio is located. Just look for the enormous statue of revolutionary José María Morelos, with one arm raised to the sky, on the highest point of the island. 

Further west is the quaint commune of Uruapan in the Purépecha Highlands. Inspect intriguing exhibits in La Huatapera Regional Museum and browse the stalls selling traditional food at the Antojitos Market. On the town’s outskirts is the Barranca del Cupatitzio National Park, with the mountainous Pico de Tancítaro National Park a 2-hour drive west.

For a change of scenery, visit the port city of Lázaro Cárdenas on the Pacific Coast. Enjoy a picnic in the Jesus Romero Park and admire the Municipal Palace. Work on your tan on Manzanillera Beach.

The state of Michoacán is located southeast along the Pacific Coast from Jalisco and Colima in southwestern Mexico. Fly to Morelia International Airport and get around the province by bus or rental car. Taxis are generally affordable in the cities. 

Michoacán combines its dramatic scenery with Mexican tradition and pre-Hispancic culture.

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