Coworking Space: MASIA ARAMENI in Morelia

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  • Kitchen amenity icon Kitchen
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  • Free Drinking Water amenity icon Free Drinking Water
  • Catering Kitchen amenity icon Catering Kitchen
  • Outdoor Terrace amenity icon Outdoor Terrace
  • Meditation Room amenity icon Meditation Room

Map icon 58355 Michoacán, México


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Coworking space for offices INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION (without specific furniture), meeting rooms, work space, board rooms, contemplating nature. It is located 30 minutes (Umecuaro) outside the city of Morelia, being in the middle of other tourist cities. In nature, next to a dam that contains water from springs that feed it.

Ideal place to work in business groups, which can travel to the main cities within the state. By including accommodation, it is ideal as a headquarters.

Umécuaro is at 2,186 meters of altitude. It is located 20.6 kilometers from Morelia (30 minutes from the state capital), heading north. Its location makes it exceptional, since it is very close to it, and magical towns to visit in it. (Umecuaro-Morelia 30 km, Umecuaro-Patzcuaro 52 km, Umecuaro-Quiroga 56 km, Umecuaro-Cuitzeo 65 km, Umecuaro-Uruapan 103 km “All less than 1 hour”)

It is a natural place where its water comes from springs, the place that surrounds it is wooded and the best thing is that there are several activities that you can practice in the place.

From tasting, camping, hiking, biking, kayaking, gotcha and ziplining, etc.; This place is perfect to forget about the stress and pollution of the cities, without stopping working. Once you arrive, the fresh air and majestic view greet you. As for places that are very close and that you can visit, there is the town of Loma Caliente also with its dam, the waterfall (Hidroelectrica de Tirio), “El Chorrito” (Natural spring), “El Vergel” (natural spring), eye of the “Del Fresno” water, town of Atecuaro, etc.


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