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Route of Landscapes and Traditions

Puebla, Tlaxcala, Ciudad Sahagún, Pachuca

This route starts at the city of Pachuca. Take a stroll through Plaza Independencia (Independence Square) and see its impressive monumental clock. Especially for football lovers there is a Museum dedicated to this sport, since Pachuca is considered the birthplace of soccer and the exquisite pastes that you definitely have to try, all this due to the presence of English workers who settled here during the mining boom.

Later on, you will go through Ciudad Sahagún headed to Calpulalpan in the northern area of the Sierra Nevada. This small town is very picturesque and its downtown area is worth walking, you will be able to see its monuments and historical buildings, such as the Parroquia de San Antonio de Padua (San Antonio de Padua Parish) and the Capilla de la Tercera Orden (Tercera Orden Chapel). It is an important pulque producer and there are several producing haciendas that can be visited.

Follow the course towards Apizaco, where the Museo Casa de Piedra (Casa de Piedra Museum) will draw your attention, which was formerly the headquarters of the old railway workers, here you will learn more about the history of this place and the railway itself. You can also visit the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia (Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia Basilica) and the murals of the Palacio Municipal (Municipal Palace).

The Magic Town of Tlaxco is a destination surrounded by forests, mountains and a lagoon. Being an important producer of pulque, one of its main attractions is to visit its pulque haciendas, familiarize yourself with the fields and the process of making this unique drink, of course you can also enjoy a proper tasting. At the downtown area you will be able to know the Parroquia de San Agustín (San Agustín Parish), eat delicious food and buy handicrafts. To enjoy the beauties that surround it, you can visit the ecotourism centers in the area.

Your next destination is Tlaxcala. This city of great colonial wealth, has buildings that should be seen, such as the Exconvento de San Francisco (San Francisco Ex-Convent), the cathedral and the Museo Regional de Tlaxcala (Tlaxcala Regional Museum) located in the old Franciscan monastery. The delicacies that you will find here are the Tlaxcala soup, the torta de avena and the setas al pastor.

The route ends in the city of Puebla, where some true architectural jewels await you. Visit the Historic Center, admire the Cathedral, the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) and take a stroll through Los Portales. At the market you can find regional sweets and crafts. The perfect ending to this experience is to enjoy an exquisite mole poblano, some cemitas and some chiles en nogada.

This route starts at the city of Pachuca. Take a stroll through Plaza Independencia (Independence Square) and see its impressive monumental clock. Especially for football lovers there is a Museum dedicated to this sport, since Pachuca is considered the birthplace of soccer and the exquisite pastes that you definitely have to try, all this due to the presence of English workers who settled here during the mining boom.

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Later on, you will go through Ciudad Sahagún headed to Calpulalpan in the northern area of the Sierra Nevada. This small town is very picturesque and its downtown area is worth walking, you will be able to see its monuments and historical buildings, such as the Parroquia de San Antonio de Padua (San Antonio de Padua Parish) and the Capilla de la Tercera Orden (Tercera Orden Chapel). It is an important pulque producer and there are several producing haciendas that can be visited.

Follow the course towards Apizaco, where the Museo Casa de Piedra (Casa de Piedra Museum) will draw your attention, which was formerly the headquarters of the old railway workers, here you will learn more about the history of this place and the railway itself. You can also visit the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia (Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia Basilica) and the murals of the Palacio Municipal (Municipal Palace).

The Magic Town of Tlaxco is a destination surrounded by forests, mountains and a lagoon. Being an important producer of pulque, one of its main attractions is to visit its pulque haciendas, familiarize yourself with the fields and the process of making this unique drink, of course you can also enjoy a proper tasting. At the downtown area you will be able to know the Parroquia de San Agustín (San Agustín Parish), eat delicious food and buy handicrafts. To enjoy the beauties that surround it, you can visit the ecotourism centers in the area.

Your next destination is Tlaxcala. This city of great colonial wealth, has buildings that should be seen, such as the Exconvento de San Francisco (San Francisco Ex-Convent), the cathedral and the Museo Regional de Tlaxcala (Tlaxcala Regional Museum) located in the old Franciscan monastery. The delicacies that you will find here are the Tlaxcala soup, the torta de avena and the setas al pastor.

The route ends in the city of Puebla, where some true architectural jewels await you. Visit the Historic Center, admire the Cathedral, the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) and take a stroll through Los Portales. At the market you can find regional sweets and crafts. The perfect ending to this experience is to enjoy an exquisite mole poblano, some cemitas and some chiles en nogada.

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