Religious Heritage, Museums / Culture, Day Trip / Out of Town, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. It would be possible to provide one child seat for children up to 25 kg.
You must be able to get in and out of the car. The pyramid of Cholula will not be accesible to you in the tunnels but the outer part of it is accesible with a wheelchair.
Maximum travelers: 4
Spanish (fluent), French (basic), English (fluent)
Puebla an impressive historical downtown and Cholula with one of the biggest pyramid in Mexico.
Puebla is the 4th largest city in Mexico but despite it's size it has an impressive downtown with a barroque style marked by the Talavera tiles. In a clear day is possible to see the main volcanoes near Mexico City, and sacred to the ancient mexicans Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl. We'll continue to Cholula and it's big piramid, in here we'll visit the Alarca museum and a workshop that handcrafts the Talavera pottery. Next we will continue to Downtown Puebla and do a walking tour of it. On the afternoon we will return to Mexico City.
Walking tour of downtown Puebla
A visit to Museo Amparo is included except on Tuesday
Return to Mexico City
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Customer's lodging in México City
End location: Customer's lodging in México City
Duration: 9 hours 30 min.
Traffic in and out of the cities may affect the duration of this tour
Renault Latitude or Honda Fit 2014
Transportation, toll roads, parking, professional guide service, admission fees
Estimated Local Cash Needed
600 Mexican Pesos - Meals, beverages and admission fees
Meals and beverages. Admission fees are NOT included
Licensed tour guide (N04496) and no restrictions like the non licensed guides. A "guide" has to show you a badge with his name issued by SECTUR (tourism ministry) and wear it always.
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Carlos is well-spoken with extensive knowledge of the Cholula/Puebla area. We found the visit to the pyramid in Cholula fascinating. After seeing the pyramids of Teotihuacan from above ground, to be able to wander through the interior of ancient pyramids was quite an experience! We especially enjoyed our experience in Puebla. Although the Museo Amparo was closed this particular Saturday, Carlos more than made up for it with other sites and he indulged our desire to shop for Talavera pottery.