PUEBLA AND IT'S FLAVORS

4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS - DAILY DEPARTURES

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Day 1 Puebla

Arrival from your hometown, arrival to the hotel (on your own) and accommodation. Today we will have a pedestrian tour through Puebla, city founded on April 16th, 1531 and declared World Heritage by UNESC with architectonic, archeological, artisan, gastronomic and religious characteristics that you will visit and enjoy briefly. In this tour, you will observe the Cathedral, true architectonic jewel, with its severe Herrerian style towers that have a height of 73.90 meters and are considered as the tallest in the country. Capilla del Rosario, covered in stucco with a sheet of gold of 23 carats and considered a world wonder. The Palacio Municipal has an indoor yard with a marble stair, as well as impotent rooms. Last, we will visit the typical sweets and Puebla tiles, located in the historic downtown of Puebla, where you will taste and enjoy the sweets and tiles. Rest of the day is free.

Day 2 PUEBLA - CHOLULA –PUEBLA

Today we will visit the archeological zone of Cholula, widest pyramid in the world, next you will visit the Convento Franciscano de san Gabriel and Capilla Real, its church mudejar style, it also includes the Tercera Orden church. We will also visit Tonantzintla and San Francisco Acatepec.

Day 3 PUEBLA – ATLIXCO – PUEBLA

Today we will visit the Cabrera greenhouse with its great variety of flowers and plants.  We will also admire the Popocatepetl volcano only at 14 km from San Baltazar Artlimeyaya (trout hatchery) where you will be able to fish and eat. We will visit the san Pedro falls. Next, we will view the Zocalo de Atlixco, city considered with the best weather in the world, we will continue to the Convento Franciscano, its beautiful altarpiece and Punto Marconi physical phenomena.

Day4  PUEBLA

End of Services

Includes.

• 3 nights of accommodation in Puebla in a 4 stars hotel.  
• Visit to the city of Puebla.

• Visit to Cholula.

• Visit to Atlixco.
• Transportation during the tours (except city tour).
• Admissions to the visiting places. 

 
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Mictlantecuhtli

Meaning "Lord of Mictlan" in Aztec mythology, was a god of the dead and the king of Mictlan.