The city of Uruapan, Michoacan, is known as the "Avocado Capital of the world". It is of easy access by the Morelia-Patzcuaro-Uruapan toll highway or also by the federal route 14 passing Tingambato. Uruapan is the entrance to the Purepechan Mesa, a large region of ancient towns such as Paracho where guitars are produced the archeological zone of Tingambato, and the Chapels of Don Vasco, located in 5 different towns. Places where indigenous hands produce multicolored majestic crafts. Uruapan is surrounded by a diverse natural beauty such as the Eduardo Ruiz National Park and the Tzararacua waterfall. The Paricutin Volcano, born in 1944 and considered the youngest in the world, is also a must see atraction.