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Approximately 80 miles east of Zitacuaro is where you'll find the notable city of Mexico City.
For a day of tranquility, put on some comfortable shoes and head over to Velo de Novia Waterfalls. It's around 20 miles away from Zitacuaro.
Roughly 6 miles from Zitacuaro is San Felipe de Los Alzati. Visitors make the trip there to experience San Felipe de Los Alzati Church and San Felipe de Los Alzati Archaeological Zone.
Approximately 20 miles to the southeast of Zitacuaro is Otumba, a regional center where you'll find Rancho Avandaro Country Club, Church of Saint Mary and Joaquin Arcadio Pagaza Cultural Center. Central Square and Saint Francis of Assisi Church are some additional sites if you've got time to burn.
Adventurous travelers looking to have some fun outside ought to try mountain biking and rock climbing.
If you spend much of your time working, the ideal vacation often means finding the perfect way to relax. When it's time to kick back, do as the locals do and enjoy cycling and shore fishing.
For those who love the water, this is a great place for you. Swimming is popular with locals and tourists, and so is canoeing.
To learn about the culture of Michoacan, make your way to the region's craft workshops.
Take a relaxed walk and make the most of the sunshine at the region's open-air markets and gardens.
History enthusiasts will discover plenty of things that catch their interest. Don't forget to take your camera when you head out to the region's old towns, historic mansions and archeological sites.
Michoacan is the home of a variety of churches, cathedrals and temples. These are great places to gain an understanding of the region's spiritual side.
Indulge your senses in the region's many dining venues.
Morisqueta (fried rice with vegetables) and sopa tarasca (tarascan soup) are a pair of sought-after dishes with their own special flavors.
Are you a bit of a sweet tooth? Indulge your senses with some rielitos (chilli chocolate)
Getting your head around the local language is one of the best ways to cross the cultural divide, so be sure to practice some everyday Spanish phrases before you go. No comprendo translates to I don't understand. You can also try ¡Hola! (hello).
National pride is on full display on the 16th of September for Independence Day.
When the time finally comes to end your vacation, say one last "Adiós" to all of the friendly people you met and start making plans to visit again!
Toluca International Airport is your most convenient airport at 50 miles to the east, so make sure that you leave yourself enough time.