Tag Archives: Michoacan

XII International Film Festival in Morelia

By Liliana Elena González TSUCI, CIPS, ABR, TRC @mexatua The 12th edition of the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) will take place October 17 through 26, 2014. This Festival started in 2003

Doña Paca Restaurant in Patzcuaro Michoacan

By Liliana Elena González @mexatua I liked Doña Paca Restaurant since the first time I went there and tested Churipo (a purepecha dish). Mansion Iturbe´s restaurant has been my favorite in Patzcuaro

Lake Zirahuen: Ecological & Exclusive Retreat Area (Video)

By Liliana Elena Gonzalez @mexatua Lake Zirahuen is located in the central part of the state. Its surrounded by high mountains that form a small basin. The town of Zirahuen is located

Have you registered your Cell Phone in Mexico?

By Liliana Elena Gonzalez @mexatua All mexican cell phones must be registered by April 10th 2010. The process is very easy for Mexicans, all it takes is to send a Message with

Morelia´s Tourist Attractions and Architecture (Part 1)

By Liliana Elena Gonzalez @mexatua Aqueduct: This baroque construction has 253 arcs. It was built under the orders of Bishop Fray Antonio de San Miguel in 1785, so the city could have

Santa Clara del Cobre in Michoacán

By Liliana Elena Rodríguez In pre-colonial times, the natives who inhabited this region used to give very high importance to the mineral veins that existed there, because they needed the copper to


By Liliana Elena Rodríguez It was a very nice Sunday morning when we arrived to the hotel Fiesta Inn in Morelia. There we met a lively realtor’s group which was very excited

Why Michoacan will become Mexico’s #1 retirement destination

By Liliana Elena Gonzalez @mexatua Join Linda Neil and me in the one day tour & realtors®  networking session Glimpse of Michoacán, the Real México! Why is Michoacán unique and why should a

A magic Town named Patzcuaro

By Liliana Rodriguez The origins of the city now considered “magic town” have to be traced back to the 1324. It was the first capital of the Purepecha Empire, which was replaced

Noche de los Muertos Day of the dead celebration in Tzintzuntzan

As October comes to a close, the little pueblo of Tzintzuntzan begins it’s preparations for one of its biggest festivals – Noche de los Muertos. Everyone in town is busy, flowers are

Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia- Morelia International Film Festival

By Huicho The Morelia International Film Festival (FICM, for its acronym in spanish) is about to turn 7  and has quickly become one of the most important film  festivals in Mexico. We can

Top 5 Coffee spots.

By Huicho Hola a todos. Today I’m going to talk about some of my favorite places to have a nice cup of coffee or a hot chocolate or maybe just sit down

Guitar Festival in Paracho, August 2 to 9, 2009

Paracho de Verduzco in Michoacan, is the Guitar Capital of Mexico. The small town located about half an hour north of Uruapan on Highway 37, has a population of about 16,500. The whole

$153k Lake Front, 4 bed/2500 sq ft home in Tzintzutnzan

Beautiful Mexican country home located in exclusive zone of waterfront properties in Tzintzuntzan. Here you can enjoy the peace and quiet of lakeside living, only 5 minutes from Quiroga, 15 from Patzcuaro

Zirahuén: Mexico’s Walden Pond

By Linda Breen Pierce When I first set eyes on the pure, crystal blue waters of Lago (lake) Zirahuén in the central highlands of Mexico, my stomach did a nose dive. How