City, Museums / Culture, Religious Heritage, Shopping
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children are welcome to the tour!
Puebla is accesible to everyone, there are ramps at the Rosary Chapel and Braille signs.
Only a big staircase to see the library.
Maximum travelers: 5
Spanish (fluent), German (advanced), English (fluent)
Walking tour in downtown
Puebla is a colonial city, located 2 hours from Mexico City.
Puebla was the second most important city during the colonial period and it is considered UNESCO heritage since 1987.
The Battle CINCO DE MAYO, in which Mexican troops defeated French invaders took place in 1862 at the Forts of Loreto and Guadalupe.
Good local food and beautiful architecture defines this great destination to visit!
Walking tour in the historic center to learn about the most representative places like:
- The first public library in America: the Palafoxian Library
- The house of gold: the Rosary Chapel
- The Cathedral
- A local market for souvenirs and handcrafts called El Parian
We will also walk through the candy street and talavera pottery!
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Customer's lodging in Puebla/Cholula
End location: Customer's lodging in Puebla/Cholua
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Walking. Transportation can be arranged in case you are not staying at the historic center.
My service as your professional tour guide during the tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
250 Mexican Peso per person - You can pay the entrance fees and beverages or a small meal.
Meals and beverages. Admission fees are NOT included
Trasportation can be arranged for an extra cost.
I am a certified guide in Mexico.
I am not a driver guide in Mexico City, I prefer to work with a transportation company who provides a driver and the vehicle (I want travelers have a high standar service and feel safe & comfortable all the time)
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She took us to the religious places we wanted to see such as the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the site of the Fifth Apparition of Our lady of Guadalupe, the Church of Our Lady of the Remedy (Remedios), the shrine of St. Michael, the Archangel and Our Lady of Ocutlan. She also made sure we were always safe in the van and always reminded us of safety while travelling. Her choice of our driver, Ricardo, was also heaven-sent. In such a short time, Ally gave us a glimpse of the history of Mexico City.