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Papantla de Olarte, Veracruz

With the extended colonial architectural feature of broken relief, expressed in old mansions with white walls and tiled, slanted roofs, the city of Papantla keeps in its streets its colorful social and cultural life which condenses the indigenous and Spanish origins that created its identity. Land blessed by the hand of God, full of history, tradition, folklore and mysticism; where the visitor breathers in a soft environment and an exciting scent of Vanilla, guarded by ancient pyramids that calmly await to be admired for their unique grandeur and splendor, amidst lush vegetation.

How to Get There

Papantla de Olarte, Veracruz

From Mexico City, take federal highway 130 to Pachuca and the detour to Tulancingo-Piramides. Following the signs pointing to Tuxpan-Poza Rica, until you reach the latter. From there, take federal highway 180 connecting to the City of Papantla.