Explore this Baroque Mexican City with a local guide
After Mexico City, Puebla is Mexico's most Baroque city, preserving over 2000 colonial monuments of artistic and historic interest, including the Cathedral. Beyond the high Baroque religious art and architecture, the city is famous for its cuisine. Recipes "invented" in Puebla include mole poblano, chiles en nogada, and chalupas. The array of restaurants serving traditional poblano dishes runs from informal (la Fonda de Santa Catarina) to formal (the patio of the Camino Real hotel, formerly a monastery). A great favorite of the local residents is the dining room of the Hotel Colonial. All are within walking distance of the main plaza.
On Mondays museums are closed.
For booking a 48 hours notice is requiered
Ex convent of Huejotzingo
Chapel of el Rosario
Church of Santo Domingo
Pyramid hill of Cholula
On Monday Museums are Closed
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel
End Point Options: Hotel
Duration: 10 hours
weather, traffic, museums close on Monday.
5 passengers car (Sentra Nissan or TIIDA) with driver and guide
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1200 mex pesos - US$60 is more than plenty, it will cover expenses like coffee, a glass of wine or a light lunch
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My only wish was that we could spend more time at Puebla, unbelievably beautiful place!