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Flavors of the Mexican Cuisine

Mexican cuisine is rich and varied. Its flavors, aromas, and colors are part of the Mexican culture and it has an important role in the identity of Mexicans. Behind each dish is an extraordinary cultural background. These culinary traditions show the everyday life of the people, their rituals and beliefs.

Discover the diversity and delights of the Mexican Cuisine.  Delve into a world of new experiences in which, through its dishes, your taste buds are awakened to a new world of sensations.
Toasting Cocoa

Mexican Cuisine was declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2010. Michoacán is registered on the list as "Traditional Mexican, Cultural Community, Ancestral and Alive – the Michoacán Paradigm.”
Barbacue from Queretaro at Comali: Festival of the Mexican Cuisine in Mexico City
The first annual Festival of the Mexican Cuisine was held from April 28 to May 2 in Mexico City, with Michoacán as a principal guest.  It was an event where the cuisine of Mexico is speci…

Sabores de la Cocina Mexicana

La Cocina Mexicana es rica y variada. Sus sabores, olores y colores muestran parte de la Cultura Mexicana y tiene un papel importante en la identidad de los mexicanos. Detrás de cada plato hay un bagaje cultural extraordinario. Mostrando sus tradiciones, la cotidianidad de sus pueblos, sus rituales y creencias.

Descubrir la diversidad y delicias de la Gastronomía Mexicana, nos permite adentrarnos en un mundo de nuevas experiencias, en donde a través de sus platillos despertaras tus papilas gustativas a un nuevo mundo de sensaciones.

Tostando Cacao para hacer Chocolate

La Cocina Mexicana en el 2010 fue declarada Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, siendo Michoacán la base de este nombramiento, quedando inscrito en la lista como “La Cocina Tradicional Mexicana, Cultura Comunitaria, Ancestral y Viva- El Paradigma Michoacán.”

Asado de Querétaro en Comali, Festival de la Cocina Mexicana
Del 28 de Abril al 2 de Mayo, se llevó a cabo en la Ciudad de México el Festival de…

The Lost City, Roots of Tarascan Sovereigns: Exhibition at the National Museum of Anthropology and History

The Lost City, Roots of Tarascan Sovereigns exhibition opened on April 27 in the Media Luna of the National Museum of Anthropology and History in Mexico City, and will remain there until July 29, 2018.
This is a great opportunity for people interested in Prehispanic culture of Mexico to know more about this pre-Columbian empire that was located in the Center of western Mexico.
At Hotel Mansion Iturbe in Patzcuaro, we invite you to discover a time of little-known “Middle Post-Classic history of Michoacán, which was prior to the Tarascan Empire.  After visiting the exhibition, you will appreciate even more your next visit to our region.
"The “Lost City” is the name given by the current residents of the basin of Zacapu Michoacan to Malpaís Prieto (badlands of Prieto), a pre-Hispanic settlement founded around 1250 A.D., on a volcanic area. It is bleak and stony place, and was one of the most densely populated cities in the western part of Mexico."
The Chichimeca indigenous group wer…