Morelia is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site for its beauty and historical significance. It is a colonial-style city with churches, cathedrals, and other historic architectural feats. History and culture buffs will love it here and the curious visitor will find a lot of interesting things to do in Morelia. The city is small and easy to get around on by foot, which is why so many people love to spend their holidays in the quaint streets of Morelia.
Morelia is not a typical tourist hotspot, which means most of the city’s flavor and uniqueness is still intact. You won’t find another place quite like it, and you’ll definitely want to return.
The architecture of the city, which is mostly showcased in churches and cathedrals, is simply stunning. Regardless of religion, its churches, such as the Santuario de Guadalupe, stand as a work of art in themselves. The Santuario has gold trimmings and a soft pink hue adorning the rising towers.
The city’s soccer team is very popular and games are exciting events to watch.
The Benito Juarez Zoological Park is a zoo that stretches over a huge landscape and has a gorgeous lake inside. The eclectic mix of animals, from polar bears to monkeys, makes this spot a favorite among families visiting with children.
Morelia has warm temperatures, with most of the rain falling during the summer. Annual temperatures vary little and generally stay constant at an average of 14-22 °C (57-72 °F).
The international Morelia Film Festival takes place in March and is a great chance to see some brilliant award-winning films. There are also other local festivals that are great events to plan your trip around, such as the regional food festivals which take place in the fall. Also, during the last week of November, the Santuario celebrates the Virgin of Guadalupe, which is a religious cultural festivity you won’t want to miss.
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