Puebla & Cholula
Cholula is known for combining the living history of a pre-Hispanic town with the architectural and cultural richness of colonial buildings.
1. Puebla & Cholula
(133 km, approx. 2:30 hrs drive)
This tour is a combination of history and architecture, the first stop will be in Cholula, characterized for its several catholic churches, Cholula was built over pre-Colombian monuments by the Spanish, such as the enormous pyramid in which tunnels you can admire pre-Hispanic murals and in its top was founded the Church of “Nuestra Señora de los Remedios”. Continue to Puebla, named one of UNESCO World Heritage City, where the majority of its buildings are decorated with tiles and beautifully sculpted freestone; we will also see its majestic Cathedral at the main square, the chapel of the Rosary, considered one of the eighth wonders of the art world, and do not forget Tonantzintla, the most original naïf prehispanic works.
Duration: 10 hours Approx.
Not operating: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday