1. Morelia: Guided Culture and History Downtown Tour
This is a walking city tour of downtown, to learn the importance of the city established in 1541 and how UNESCO recognizes the local baroque style that goes like a combination of Madrid-Rome in architecture. This tour goes around the main square and the local Cathedral and will be no more than 2 hours starting at 4 pm. The walk goes to the House of the local hero, the University building (1580) the school of music (1743) the Jesuit college (1767) The palace of the government next to the local cathedral (1744) well known as the 3rd largest in Mexico! Enjoy walking downtown in a city listed as one of Mexico’s 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1991. As you discover the good state of conservation of pink stone buildings, know more about the art & education of the city established by the Spanish in 1541. Great murals painted in 1962 by a local artist can be found inside buildings to know more about the Mexican past history. Every year to October, the Morelia Film Festival welcomes Hollywood actors, actresses & film directors in the competition next to the Mexican youth.