Enjoy panoramic views from a double-decker bus on an easy day trip to the neighboring town of Cholula. Going with a guide gives you an inside perspective on the city’s history, from major landmarks to hidden gems. With skip-the-line access to the Great Pyramid and free time to explore the markets, this tour is a popular choice for travelers passing through Puebla.
Take in rare panoramic views of Cholula from top of an open-air double-decker bus. An on-board guide provides commentary in real time to ensure you spot easy-to-miss landmarks and understand the context of the city’s ancient ruins. Unlike most bus tours, stop in the city center to enjoy lunch (own expense) or explore on your own before heading back to your accommodation in Puebla.
Puebla's must-see landmarks are within easy reach with a hop-on, hop-off tour. Spend as long, or as little, as you like at the stops you want to see and blend historic sites with the best food and drink neighborhoods so you can stay refreshed. Access is unlimited for one day, giving you plenty of time to explore places such as the Analco neighborhood, the Guadalupe Fort, and the Evolution Museum and Cable Car.
Puebla is known for its tacos, sandwiches, moles, candies, and fried snacks, making it a haven for food lovers. Embark on a tasting tour of the city and sample several tasty treats such as their specialty taco and a cemita—the city’s most famous sandwich. Visit the oldest market in Puebla and see where locals purchase ingredients to create these incredible dishes.
The Izta Popo National Park has 2 volcanoes in the same place. We have designed hiking routes so that you can enjoy the incredible views of the inactive volcano Iztaccíhuatl and the active volcano Popocatépetl. Our certified guide will explain the flora and fauna of the place. Live and breathe the pure air at about 3,600 masl and 4,300 masl. It is an excellent place to share a wonderful experience alone, with friends or family. The tour includes round-trip transportation.
Level 1. The walk begins at about 3,600 masl and ends at 4,000 masl. The trail is marked sandy. The total is approximately 9 km of which 4.5 km are moderate uphill and the rest is downhill.
Level 2. The total is 14km of which 4km are uphill and the rest downhill with a few meters of moderate uphill. The trail is marked, mostly sandy, with a view of the Izta on the way out and a return view of the Popo
Level 3. It is a 7km walk at a height between 4,000 and 4,300 meters above sea level where there will be sand and stone.
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cholula for a historic and cultural look at the town. Best known for its massive Great Pyramid made from sun-dried bricks—the largest structure built by Mesoamerican Indians—the city also boasts a number of ornate churches, some adorned with the colorful Talavera pottery the region is known for.
Experience a variety of moments packaged into a private tour adventure. Enjoy a blend of natural scenery, inhaling the sweet soothing aroma of lavender in the fields. This tour will also engage your tastebuds with delicious meals. Explore Ex-Hacienda de Chautala and check out the forest trails, chapel, museum, and more. Visit Rancho San Martin Lavanda to check out the production of lavender and other aromatic herbs and Val'Quirico for the bar and restaurant experience.
Go hiking in Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl National Park on a private full-day tour from Puebla. Travel with your own private guide to Mexico’s third tallest mountain, which stands more than 16,400 feet (5,000 meters) above sea level. Spend several hours hiking in the mountains, or opt to include activities such as ziplining at the eco-adventure park (additional expense).
Learning about a new city, absorbing its sights and smells and tasting its flavors is best done on bike. On this tour we'll cover different parts of downtown Puebla almost exclusively on protected bike lanes so you feel safe and relaxed as we go. You'll learn a little about the history of the city without making you feel like you're back in school and we'll try several dishes and drinks that have made the city a gastronomical hub of Mexico.
And don't worry, all of the food has been vetted and is sanitary so you can rest assured that as long as you don't go overboard adding spicy salsas to your food, you'll be fine ;)
In addition, there are vegetarian options at all the stops and we have vegans covered at all but one!
Benefit from traveling with your own private guide as you take in the architecture and history of Puebla. See highlights including the Puebla Cathedral and Rosary Chapel, and visit the handicraft market and the oldest bar in the city. Your half-day tour includes the ease of hotel pickup and drop-off, and the comfort of a private vehicle.
Explore Mexico beyond Puebla City with a private daytrip to see Atlixco and Atlimeyaya. Get picked up at your hotel and set out on a full-day itinerary to see the Zocalo de Atlixco, an Arabesque-style square, plus several other historic sites in this city located at the foot of the Popocatépetl volcano. Continue on to see the beautiful waterfalls of Atlimeyaya.
The Mexican city of Puebla, a UNESCO World Heritage site, includes historic landmarks like the towers of the Puebla Cathedral and the gold-covered Rosary Chapel. This half-day tour visits these sites, plus the antique shops of Callejon de los Sapos (Alley of the Frogs), Barrio del Artistas artists neighborhood, Mercado el Parian handicraft market, and the “Street of Candies,” where you can buy sweets from the nuns of Puebla’s convents.
Explore Puebla with your own private guide who provides a half-day city tour that includes the secret tunnels under the Xanenetla district. Benefit from your guide’s live commentary as you visit landmarks such as Puebla Cathedral, Rosary Chapel, Fort Loreto, and the tunnels. With hotel pickup and drop-off, and a private vehicle for your transportation, you can focus on sightseeing in this historical Mexican city.
Tour the main points of the historic center of Puebla and get to know the magical town of Cholula, contemplate the wonderful landscapes from the top of the pyramid and get to know its archaeological zone.
visit with us the different points of the route and live a unique experience.
The splendor of its elegant colonial buildings, its streets and its flavors that honor its nickname "Of the angels". A city with beautiful talavera-covered facades is an authentic and unique place.
Puebla is a charm; it is the perfect mix between history, tradition, culture, natural beauty and modernity, with touches of art and buildings full of colors.
Puebla, city cultural heritage of humanity where architecture, history and tradition are mixed in one place, we will begin discovering this city of the sixteenth century to later have a panoramic view of the forts of May 5. The city keeps secrets underground, in this tour you can also visit the tunnel of Xanenetla which keeps history in each of its walls
On this walk through the Historic Center of Puebla you will discover why it was named by the UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will visit the main buildings and temples of the downtown neighborhood, in addition to being able to buy typical handicrafts and sweets.
Our certified guide will explain to you the stories and legends that have enriched our ancestors since their foundation.
You will visit the Cathedral, the Gallery of the Treasures of the Cathedral, the Zócalo de Puebla, the Municipal Palace and if possible the Hall of Cabildo where the councilors make our city a better place to live; You will also visit the most impressive jewel of the continent, bathed in gold.
Take in the sights of Puebla, a UNESCO World Heritage site, on this budget-friendly 1-hour tour aboard a double-decker bus. Located at the base of Popocatepetl volcano, Puebla is home to many religious buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries. Pass by the Zocalo, Cathedral, Convention Center, Los Sapos Alley, Parian flea market, Analco, Loreto and Guadalupe forts, Revolution museum and more. Along the way, hear audio commentary and stop to take memorable shots of beautiful colonial architecture.
Visit the archeological site of Cacaxtla, a sprawling palace complex and cultural centerpiece of Tlaxcala. Known for its elaborate and brightly-colored frescoes painted by artists throughout what is now Mexico, the complex centers around two main plazas surrounded by a labyrinth of rooms and passageways. Then visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Ocotlan, where the Virgin Mary is said to have appeared in 1541.
Experience a different side of Mexico with a visit to Africam Safari—a safari park that’s 10.5-miles (17 kilometers) from Puebla. No need to worry about organizing car hire; the trip starts with private pickup from Puebla. Once at the park, drive around and look out for 5,000 animals—including giraffes, zebras, Bengal tigers, and lions.
Delve into Puebla’s deliciously diverse cuisine on a half-day food tour of Mexico’s reputed culinary capital. With your guide, you’ll visit atmospheric restaurants, street food markets and local cafes to gain valuable insight into Puebla’s history, culture and gastronomy. Pleasure your palate with 15 different dishes, including crispy quesadillas and succulent tamales, and receive a recipe book that contains traditional Puebla recipes to try cooking at home. You’ll receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
Discover the beauty of Puebla state on a full day tour. First, explore the bounty of Zacatlan, which is known for its orchards and coffee plantations. Then enjoy some free time at Quetzalapan, a tropical waterfall that flows through the surrounding jungle. Finally, visit Chignahuapan, known for its giant wood-carved statue of the Virgin Mary.
Tour and get to know one of the magical towns of the state of Puebla,
learn about the history of Cholula and the pyramid of tlachihualtepetl, local stories and legends.
contemplate the wonderful landscapes from the top of the pyramid and get to know its archaeological zone.
visit with us the different points of the route and live a unique experience.