This is worth seeing by day and night. At the Tarascas Fountain end, there's a small park and a nice little terrace bar where you can enjoy a beer in the afternoon sun.
Great piece of colonial architecture. This aqueduct is the iconic symbol of Morelia, which I believe has the most beautiful colonial architecture in all of Mexico. Visit this city... you won´t regret!
A quiet walkway ending at the Tarascas fountains. Was the old road to the east and Mexico DF. Sat in the shade on the stone benches alongside this old road that has been here since the 1600's - I couldn't help but think of the many that sat in this same place over the centuries watching the parades that used... More
Didn't like the fumes from the cars - virtually no smog control for cars here. Made walking less pleasant than it could be, but the place is so impressive, with little parks, fountains, fabulous building everywhere.
follow the aqueduct through the historic center of the city past shops, churches, wonderful places to eat and a handful of museums and universities. A lovely walk and great photo opportunities
Don't miss visiting the 253 arches of the aqueduct. Go at night and maybe during the daytime too. It is really beautiful all lit up at night. Morelia has done a wonderful job featuring their architectural attractions with excellent nighttime lighting. Stroll along the tree lined street on the pedestrian walkway. Stop for a rest on one of the many... More
The aqueduct itself is interesting because it is very old and quite beautiful. The park that it runs around on two sides is lovely with sloping lawns, fountains, huge trees and benches all around the perimeter. A great place to take a book and read or just sit back and people watch.
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