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Route through Puebla to the Port of Veracruz

Orizaba, Puebla, Veracruz, Tlaxcala, Cholula, Tecamachalco

Start this route from Tlaxcala. Get to know its architectural jewels such as the cathedral and the Ex-Convento de San Francisco (Ex-Convent of San Francisco). Discover more of its history in the beautiful Museo Regional (Regional Museum), located in an old monastery and fall in love with its gastronomy; the “sopa tlaxcalteca” ( Tlaxcala’s traditional soup) and “setas al pastor” ( mushrooms al pastor) are delicious.

The Pueblo Mágico Magical Town) of Cholula is the next stop. Here you will visit the former Franciscan convent of San Gabriel, one of the oldest in the country. If you go to the archaeological zone you can see the inside of the pyramid and also climb it. Be sure to try the sopa cholulteca (cholulteca soup), you will love it.

In Puebla you will spend the best moments enjoying its history, culture and architectural beauties. Stroll through under its portals, visit the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) and the Cathedral, go to its museums and savor the best of its famous gastronomy: “mole poblano”, “cemitas” and “chiles en nogada”.

During the next stage of the journey, it is worth stopping at Tecamachalco to see its attractions, such as the old Franciscan convent dating from 1530, and the Iglesia del Calvario (Church of Calvario). Now continue to Orizaba. Don't miss the Historic Center with its beautiful Cathedral and try the local gastronomy. The next destination is Córdoba, where you will visit the Portal de Zevallos, the Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception) and the Museo del Café (Coffee Museum).

Conclude the visit with an aromatic coffee. The route comes to an end in Veracruz. Get to know the most important maritime port in the country and its main attractions, the cathedral, the San Juan de Ulúa fort, the Santiago bastion and the Museo de la Ciudad (City’s Museum). Live the atmosphere of continuous joy in the Zócalo and enjoy a traditional coffee at Los Portales.
Start this route from Tlaxcala. Get to know its architectural jewels such as the cathedral and the Ex-Convento de San Francisco (Ex-Convent of San Francisco). Discover more of its history in the beautiful Museo Regional (Regional Museum), located in an old monastery and fall in love with its gastronomy; the “sopa tlaxcalteca” ( Tlaxcala’s traditional soup) and “setas al pastor” ( mushrooms al pastor) are delicious.

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The Pueblo Mágico Magical Town) of Cholula is the next stop. Here you will visit the former Franciscan convent of San Gabriel, one of the oldest in the country. If you go to the archaeological zone you can see the inside of the pyramid and also climb it. Be sure to try the sopa cholulteca (cholulteca soup), you will love it.

In Puebla you will spend the best moments enjoying its history, culture and architectural beauties. Stroll through under its portals, visit the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) and the Cathedral, go to its museums and savor the best of its famous gastronomy: “mole poblano”, “cemitas” and “chiles en nogada”.

During the next stage of the journey, it is worth stopping at Tecamachalco to see its attractions, such as the old Franciscan convent dating from 1530, and the Iglesia del Calvario (Church of Calvario). Now continue to Orizaba. Don't miss the Historic Center with its beautiful Cathedral and try the local gastronomy. The next destination is Córdoba, where you will visit the Portal de Zevallos, the Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception) and the Museo del Café (Coffee Museum).

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