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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.
Nothing exemplifies the culture of Puebla quite like the cuisine, and its rich tapestry of flavors, which travelers uncover on this cultural tour of the city complete with a traditional market visit and cooking class. Taste local tamales, stroll the cobblestoned streets of historic neighborhoods, and step into a local chef's kitchen to prepare mole poblano using a traditional recipe from Mexico's Sierra Poblana region.
With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.
The city of flowers is located so near of the Popocatépetl volcano, During your visit, do not miss the zócalo, an arabesque-style square, which houses the former convent of Carmen, dating from the sixteenth century, the Church of La Merced built in 1680 with an important pictorial collection, the Chapel of the Third Order, with a magnificent baroque altarpiece or the Temple and Convent of Santa Clara.
Atlixco share their landscape with the Popocatépetl volcano. Atlixco is important for its climate and vegetation, this little town boasts the best climate in the country. Visit nurseries, and enjoy beer and ice cream of Atlixco.
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.
No need to travel all the way to Africa to enjoy a safari experience. Discover wildlife roaming in the wild in Africam Safari Zoo, located just outside the city of Puebla. Hop aboard one of the park’s guided buses and from the safety and comfort of your vehicle, gaze at animals like giraffes, zebras, elephants and tigers. With approximately 2,500 animals of 350 species, you’re bound to snap exciting photos of your safari adventure. Air-conditioned transport from Puebla included.
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.
Cholula is considered the oldest continuously inhabited city in America, its history covers more than 2500 years. You can experience the former Convent of Our Lady of Remedies built on the pyramid. And as a backdrop to this breathtaking view, you can admire the majestic Popocatepetl volcano.
Walk the cobbled streets of Cholula, try local food and drinks and be dazzled by the architectural splendor of the Churches of Tonanzintla and San Francisco Acatepec, both magnificent examples of the indigenous baroque style.
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.
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.
Experience Mexico spectacular nature and culture on this all-day excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, explore the grand colonial architecture of Puebla with visits to historic sites like Rosario Chapel, the city’s UNESCO-designated cathedral and the Convent of Santo Domingo. Visit the great Toltec pyramid of Cholula and stop by a geyser known as the smallest volcano in the world.
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.
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).
Enjoy a small-group cooking lesson with a mother-daughter team at their family home in Puebla. Ale is a professional tour guide and her mother, Tere, an accomplished home cook. Together, you’ll explore the traditional flavors used in Poblano cuisine and share a hands-on culinary experience preparing Tere and Ale's family recipes. A guided tour of Puebla’s bustling local market is also included.
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.
Visit Mexico’s culinary capital on a full-day trip from Mexico City to Puebla, where you’ll enjoy a private tour of a fascinating city. The day is designed just for your group, whether you’re sampling rich mole poblano, shopping for handmade talavera tiles, or climbing into Cuexcomate, the world’s smallest volcano. Before returning to Mexico City, tour the pre-Columbian city of Cholula, whose Great Pyramid is the largest on earth. With pickup and drop-off at Mexico City hotels, this day includes all entrance fees and transport by climate-controlled vehicle.
Mythical mountain that stands imposing and unmistakable in the landscape of Tlaxcala. The place by tradition for mountaineers and hikers national and foreign.
La Malinche also known as Matlalcuéyetl, Matlalcueitl or Malintzin, is an inactive volcano of 4.461 meters, is the fifith highest mountain in Mexico is an excellent place for mountaineers who start in this sport.
Have you ever climbed a mountain?, or would like a challenge of another level, come and join us to conquer the summit of the fifth highest mountain in Mexico with more than 4000 meters.
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.
Explore a cave and waterfall along with the cobbled streets of Cuetzalan on an active full-day tour from Puebla. Descend into a cave with an underground river where you walk and swim for a couple of hours. Afterward, head to picturesque Cuetzalan for a coffee and liquor tasting before returning to Puebla. Includes tasting, guide, and transfers by private vehicle.
Conquer the summit of Mexico’s fifth highest peak—the mythical La Malinche, or Malintzín—with this private, guided tour and take on a challenge typically reserved for mountaineers. Visit the striking La Malinche National Park and ascend and descend the peak, while enjoying an almost-unrivalled bird’s eye view over the nearby Popocatepetl, Iztaccihuatl, and Citlaltepetl volcanoes.
The city of Puebla today is a center of modernity thanks. The Angelópolis moves at a pace of technological avant-garde where culture, entertainment and tourism converge in the same place. The city is also distinguished by being a world-class architectural center. For this reason, we invite you to know some of the modern icons of Puebla.
If you already saw the oldest of the city, now you need to see the newest, in this tour you will visit Angelopolis, you will start at the international baroque museum, then we will go to the star of Puebla and we will end up visiting Puebla from the heights in the cableway.