Tlaxcala


The state of Tlaxcala hides great secrets and incredible attractions to discover. It is located in the eastern part of the country and borders the states of Hidalgo and Puebla. Although its territory seems small in size, it is large in tradition, culture, nature and history.

The cultural variety of the capital is wide, since it has approximately 124 buildings of high historical and architectural value, such as the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace), where you will learn about the history of the place through its mural.

Visit the archaeological sites of the region such as Cacaxtla, where its paintings and murals stand out. It also runs through the sites of Ocotelulco and Tizatlán.

If you are looking to spend a day in contact with nature, the Jardín Botánico de Tizatlán (Tizatlán Botanical Garden) is your option, and the children will have a great time at the Zoológico del Altiplano (Altiplano Zoo), which is home to a large number of species.

Enjoy ecotourism by practicing hiking, mountain biking, and camping in the coniferous forest that surrounds La Malintzi volcano, the fifth highest elevation in Mexico.

The Presa Atlanga (Atlanga Dam) is ideal to spend a day with the family or even go fishing.

Between the months of June to August you will be able to witness a unique natural spectacle in the Bosque de las Luciérnagas (Forest of the Fireflies), which is illuminated by the light that these small animals shed; without a doubt it is an unforgettable experience.

Visit Tlaxcala and discover that it has many more attractions than the ones you can imagine.

The state of Tlaxcala hides great secrets and incredible attractions to discover. It is located in the eastern part of the country and borders the states of Hidalgo and Puebla. Although its territory seems small in size, it is large in tradition, culture, nature and history.

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The cultural variety of the capital is wide, since it has approximately 124 buildings of high historical and architectural value, such as the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace), where you will learn about the history of the place through its mural.

Visit the archaeological sites of the region such as Cacaxtla, where its paintings and murals stand out. It also runs through the sites of Ocotelulco and Tizatlán.

If you are looking to spend a day in contact with nature, the Jardín Botánico de Tizatlán (Tizatlán Botanical Garden) is your option, and the children will have a great time at the Zoológico del Altiplano (Altiplano Zoo), which is home to a large number of species.

Enjoy ecotourism by practicing hiking, mountain biking, and camping in the coniferous forest that surrounds La Malintzi volcano, the fifth highest elevation in Mexico.

The Presa Atlanga (Atlanga Dam) is ideal to spend a day with the family or even go fishing.

Between the months of June to August you will be able to witness a unique natural spectacle in the Bosque de las Luciérnagas (Forest of the Fireflies), which is illuminated by the light that these small animals shed; without a doubt it is an unforgettable experience.

Visit Tlaxcala and discover that it has many more attractions than the ones you can imagine.

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