Hostel de Maria

Ortega y Montaez 842, Morelia, Michoacan, 58000, Mexico
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Inner patio of the facultyInner patio of the faculty

Taken at cemetary at Zinzunzan near MoreliaTaken at cemetary at Zinzunzan near Morelia

A beautiful restaurant with lots of tradition...A beautiful restaurant with lots of tradition...

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Safety & Security

by tandara1

Can anyone tell me how safte the town is? Also, are residents helpful to non-spanish speakers? What are some cultural dos and don't I should be aware of?

Re: Safety & Security

by melosh

This is not a town, but a city. It is of touristic interest but I do not believe that it is overwhelmed by tourism or by ex-patriot residents. I think that it is much more comfortable than the more famous tourist towns like Acupulco, Taxco and Cancun. I found people friendly and welcoming but not intrusive.
As a city it is safer than most in Mexico, but it is a city. It is in the center of state of Michoacan. This is probably the second most interesting state for arts and crafts in Mexico (Oaxaca being the best.). I think the history of the place to be of interest.
The most important "do" is to be friendly and greet people when you enter a store ("Ola") or go up to a stall to buy something, and then say goodbye ("Adios") when you leave. In between you will find Mexicans in general very helpful to speakers of English.
The most important "don't" is do not show disrespect to Mexico or Mexicans.

Good luck, bob

Re: Safety & Security

by Gatopardo

Total agreement with melosh. Everytime I have visited Morelia, it's been safe and i have never experience a problem, except when it was about parking, that was a pain in downtown, besides that, you can have a very good time there.

Re: Safety & Security

by ParaMich

Morelia is safe but I recomend to visit Parácuaro Michoacan is very safe. If you love de villages and nature it is and option.
regards

Travel Tips for Morelia

Church of Saint Agustin. Interior.

by euzkadi

The interior of the church is less austere than the façade, many works of art, some great neoclassical paintings and located in the main altar the sculpture of the Virgin del Socorro, donated by the archbishop of Valencia, Spain in 1565.

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