Puebla
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  • Puebla and Cholula Day Tour from Mexico City with Lunch

    1. Puebla and Cholula Day Tour from Mexico City with Lunch

    Your full-day trip begins with a drive to Huejotzingo, where you’ll visit the Convent of San Miguel and learn about the various cultural origins of the Mexicans, including Spanish, Arabic, and Native American. Afterwards, you’ll explore the Cholula archaeological zone, home to the largest pyramid in the world. The tour continues to colonial Puebla, a cosmopolitan city that has preserved its traditions in its food, art, and culture. As you walk along the city’s beautiful streets, you’ll be drawn in by the splendid architecture of the city’s cathedral, the homes, museums, and other buildings decorated with tiles. Visit Puebla’s majestic cathedral, its main square, the Chapel of the Rosary, the Convent of Santa Monica. Stop at onyx and talavera ceramics factories.

    The tour to Cholula and Puebla was great! However I wish we would have had more time for shopping in Cholula - we decided to climb the pyramid, and did not have any extra time. The tours were nice, but I feel like we wasted a lot of time waiting for the other guests and tourists to come back at the requested time.

  • From Mexico City: Taxco, Cuernavaca & Puebla in 2 Days

    2. From Mexico City: Taxco, Cuernavaca & Puebla in 2 Days

    Take 2 of the most popular day trips from Mexico City on consecutive days and explore 4 of the country's most fascinating locations. Travel back in time to the colonial era and marvel at the monuments of Cholula, Puebla, Taxco and Cuernavaca. See one of Mexico's grandest cathedrals, get stunning views of the volcanoes of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl, benefit from the opportunity to buy traditional crafts and more. Day 1: Puebla and Cholula Benefit from pick-up at your centrally located meeting point in Mexico City, and journey to the historical cities of Cholula and Puebla. Relax on the 2-hour journey along a highway that passes through mountains and offers breathtaking views of the beautiful Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes. Upon arrival in Cholula, admire the hundreds of churches and visit the impressive Church of Santa María de Tonantzintla, ...

    Enjoyed the two days completely. The guide was very knowledgeable, informative and aware of the needs of all. The transportation was excellent.

  • Chautla's Castle, Lavender Farm, and Valquirico Private Tour

    3. Chautla's Castle, Lavender Farm, and Valquirico Private Tour

    Start with pickup from your accommodation in Puebla and travel 1 hour in an air-conditioned van to Chautla's Ex-Hacienda. Here, take a 1-hour walking tour by the springs and end up at a beautiful castle located in the middle of the lake. Climb to the roof and take in panoramic views of the lake and property. The second stop is San Martin ranch, famous for its lavender fields and its distillery. Participate in a soap-making workshop and keep your handmade soap as a souvenir. Next, visit the shop where you can see all the specialty products made at the ranch and taste lavender coffee and sponge cake. The last stop is the Val'Quirico complex where you can explore the shops and charming restaurants. Inspired by San Quirico d'Orcia, a town in the Tuscany region of Italy, the complex has a charming medieval style. At the end of the tour, return to your accommodation in Puebla.

  • Puebla: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour with Tasting

    4. Puebla: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour with Tasting

    Along with your guide, see 7 of the most popular sites in the beautiful and dynamic city of Puebla. Meet your guide at the middle of the city’s main square. First, you'll go to the Palafoxiana Library, which houses a great Bishop’s donation of 5,000 books to the city. This wood-paneled library, built in the 18th century, is a truly beautiful place to explore. Then, head to the Puebla Cathedral, an ornate Roman Catholic church in the city’s center. Next, see Zocalo, the city’s main square, and a miniature model of the city. At the Rosary Chapel, admire the splendor of this golden 17th century chapel, often called the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. Built in the Spanish Baroque style, this gilded chapel shines with the light coming in through its gorgeous windows. You won’t want to forget your camera.   Next up, visit the “sweet street”, where you can taste typical candies and liqueurs of ...

  • Puebla: Cholula and Atlixco Private Tour with Food Tastings

    5. Puebla: Cholula and Atlixco Private Tour with Food Tastings

    The day begins with pickup from your hotel in Puebla and travels to the ancient city of Cholula. Visit the Great Pyramid, the largest pyramid in the world with a history dating back to the 3rd century B.C. From there, head to the charming city of Atlixco, founded in 1579. Pass by the city’s colorful central park, Franciscan convent and chapel, and the impressive Municipal Palace Mural. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, enjoy a tasting session of handcrafted beer, homemade bread, cranberry juice, chocolate, and ice cream. Continue the tour to the city’s nursery next where you can find over a hundred species of plant and flower. Soak up the beauty of nature as you explore the nursery and learn about Mexico’s native flora. Finally, stop at a trout farm in Atlimeyaya, where you can meet the local farmer and feed the trout yourself. The tour ends with drop-off back to your hotel.

  • From Mexico City: Cider and Food Tour to Puebla and Cholula

    6. From Mexico City: Cider and Food Tour to Puebla and Cholula

    Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Mexico through its food on this tour. Start your food experience by meeting your guide in Mexico City in the morning and heading to the "magical town" of Cholula. Here, enjoy a guided tour of the city center and get the chance to see the Great Pyramid. Afterward, visit a local cider production and explore the flavors of Puebla's food specialties at the market. Later, head to the state's capital Puebla. There, visit a monastery that is considered the birthplace of the most famous regional dish - mole poblano. Enjoy a walking tour of Puebla and see its colonial buildings, colorful lanes, and historic churches. Throughout your tour, stop at various local foodie spots to sample the best of Puebla's cuisine. You will also have the chance to visit the famous Parian craft market and purchase some unique artisanal souvenirs and local candies. Thro...

  • From Puebla: Zacatlán and Chignahuapan Full-Day Private Tour

    7. From Puebla: Zacatlán and Chignahuapan Full-Day Private Tour

    Following a convenient pickup from your hotel or accommodation in Puebla city, begin your private day tour by departing on a 2-hour journey to the first magical town of Zacatlán. Upon arrival, enjoy a panoramic walk that will take you to murals made of tiles and ceramic pieces, as well as to the crystal viewpoint on the edge of the canyon. Next, visit the Relojes Centenario watchmaking factory, the first manufacturer of monumental clocks in Latin America. Then visit the café and bar at Zócalo de Zacatlán where you can have a tasting of wines, ciders, and liquors. Then, move onto the El Salto de Quetzalapan waterfall in the second magical town of Chignahuapan. Walk along the 365-step trail, built one step per day for an entire year, then, descend 100ft to the overlook where you can appreciate the waterfalls. Next, visit the main plaza of the town where you can appreciate one of the mos...

  • Cuetzalan & Yohualichan: 12 Hour Private Tour & Transport

    8. Cuetzalan & Yohualichan: 12 Hour Private Tour & Transport

    Start your adventure in the lobby of your accommodation, this is where your driver/guide will meet you. Enjoy a scenic, 2.5 hour transfer from Puebla to Zacapoaxtla where the waterfall named The Pot is located. Once here, you'll get to visit the natural beauty of this place for 30 minutes. Next, your transfer continues for around another hour to the Archaeological zone of Yohualichan, with a fascinating 45 minute break scheduled for this location.  Continue on your journey for around 30 minutes to the magical town of Cuetzalan. Here, you will get to visit the church of San Francisco, Zocalo, the kiosk, a café with a coffee tasting and the church decorated with pitchers. After the tour, your return starts to Puebla with the drop off being back at your hotel.

  • Mexico City: Private Tour of Puebla and Cholula

    9. Mexico City: Private Tour of Puebla and Cholula

    Start your morning with hotel pickup from Mexico City before beginning your full-day tour. Arrive at the Archaeological Zone of Cholula and enjoy a guided tour around the area which is considered the oldest city in America. Climb to the top of the pyramid where the symbolic Church of Remedios is located. Visit the Church of Santa María Tonantzintla where you can marvel at the intricate details of this indigenous baroque Franciscan temple. Your tour continues in the historic center of Puebla. First, you will visit the Palafoxiana Library, the first of its kind in all of the Americas. Later, explore the Cathedral, the Zócalo, and the gold-plated Chapel of the Rosario. Finally discover the smallest volcano in the world, the ‘Cuexcomate’. Finish your tour with a visit to the artists' square and handicraft market before visiting the famous Cinco de Mayo forts that surround the city.

  • Puebla: 5-Hour Culinary Tour with Tastings

    10. Puebla: 5-Hour Culinary Tour with Tastings

    Puebla is one of the 3 states in Mexico with the country’s richest gastronomic traditions. Due to its geographical location, Puebla became an obligatory point of rest in Colonial times for travelers making their way from the Gulf of Mexico to Mexico City, as well as those travelling from the Pacific Ocean to the capital. Many convents were established in the Puebla, where the nuns created the dishes that were to become the most famous in Mexico: mole poblano and chiles en nogada. This 5-hour tour will take you to the markets where the ingredients are bought and the restaurants where they are transformed. Visit traditional markets, mole mills and small traditional restaurants where you’ll taste a variety of local specialties, including tamales, tamal tortas, cemitas, chalupas, molotes, pelonas, memelas, quesadillas, and mole and pipian. Finish off with traditional swee...

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What people are saying about Puebla

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Javier from Mexitours is a great tour guide, fluent in English, a good driver and always ready to help. The tour was fun and informative, recommended for people who want to experience smaller, quainter towns than Mexico City, colonial architecture and the ruins of ancient civilizations.

Great tour guide! He was amazing, informative and passionate about his beautiful Country of Mexico.

The trip was beautiful, comfortable transportation, the friendly guide explained the whole trip.

The greatest experience ever buy the greatest tour guides ever

Good information, enough time and personalized accompaniment.