Tag Archives: Zirahuen

7 Cities and Towns in the State of Michoacan

By Liliana Elena Gonzalez @mexatua Morelia Morelia is the beautiful colonial capital city of the state of Michoacan. It’s located in the Mexican southwest part. The population is around one million. 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


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

A Glimpse of Michoacan: real estate tour of the area surrounding Morelia.

By John Glaab “A Glimpse of Michoacan” was an added attraction to the Annual Conference of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professions. (AMPI). The event was a real estate tour of

A Glimpse of Michoacan, an area where there is much growth and potential.

By Linda Neil Tour agenda: DEPARTURE TIME: 8:00 a.m. Lobby, Hotel Fiesta Inn, Morelia. We will travel ten to fifteen minutes to a home in the historic center of Morelia where we

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

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

Mexatua Tour Day 2: Discovering Zirahuen

By Lucille Arneson Zirahuén Forest and Resort After a Continental breakfast at the Hotel Xandesti, we set out for our second day exploring the area, first going to the Zirahuén Forest and

Tour to Discover Patzcuaro, Zirahuen, Santa Clara and Tzintzuntzan

Mexatua invited a select group of journalists who write for different magazines and newspapers about interesting topics for an English-speaking audience- foreigners living in Mexico or those planning to move in to