Mercado de Dulces y Artesanías
Typical local candies, souvenirs, clothing, guitars, pinatas and more. Located in beautiful colonial downtown Morelia.
You will find regional candy and art here. It's usually packed and not expensive. If you are planning on buying some gifts to bring back home or something regional for yourself you can go here.
Si deseas comprar dulces, artesanías o un souvenir, este mercado es el idea.
Indiscutiblemente que para llevar un recuerdo, postales o algún dulce típico como las morelianas deliciosas, no hay mejor lugar para comprar que el mercado de dulces, ubicado en el centro y donde encuentras de todo un poco.
“From the 8: 45 of the night, the illumination of the historical monuments is lived, being that of the Cathedral the most awaited that allows admiring it being the taste of the visitors and the locals. Every Saturday a light and sound show and pyrotechnics are offered, being a very special unforgettable event.”
Local Government Office
“Un lugar de arquitectura emblemática con buenas colecciones de arte nacional e internacional”
“Even if you're not here for a play, dip into Teatro Ocampo to visit this elegant 1st-floor cafe with a jazzy soundtrack and pictures of theater and cinema greats adorning the walls.”
“This is a little plaza where you will be able to sit down at a coffee or bar and enjoy the nice weather. It is also a really cool place to just walk by and see. ”
“Founded in 1743, this is the oldest music conservatory in the Americas and remains something of an ‘old-school’ music college. In its Alhambra-esque courtyard, you can sit and seek romantic inspiration as the sound of trumpet blasts and guitar riffs emanates from the surrounding classrooms. There are free concerts on at 8pm Thursdays in the Sala Niños Cantores de Morelia.”