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Tlaxco Haciendas

Tlaxco

Tlaxcala productive activity has been concentrated over time in the many farms surrounding main cities that were mostly dedicated to livestock (especially the raising of fighting bulls) and pulque production. There are 25 haciendas around Tlaxco whose architectural and historical value has aroused rural tourism lovers interest.

So, currently, many of these haciendas have been equipped to host visitors, organize social events and often to be rented for film or television productions.

One of the most famous is 16th century Hacienda de Santa María de Xalostoc, which was dedicated to pulque. The reconstruction carried out by the Baer Lara family was so detailed and careful that they even used techniques from the past, receiving the Premio Nacional de Restauración (National Restoration Award).

It currently has 18 renting rooms to live the experience of traveling in history.

The Hacienda de San Diego Xochuca continues producing the so-called “nectar of the gods”. Offers visitors the opportunity to see the maguey mead extracting process until its fermentation for becoming pulque.

The Hacienda San Antonio Tepetzala, built in 1503, preserves its livestock environment intact and also offers accommodation. It has activities for visitors such as regional gastronomy workshops, bakery, walks and guided tours to discover the agricultural production secrets and the breeding of fighting bulls.

Other farms in Tlaxco that receive tourism are the Hacienda de Santiago Tecomalucan, the Exhacienda San Buenaventura and the Hacienda San Pedro La Cueva.
Tlaxcala productive activity has been concentrated over time in the many farms surrounding main cities that were mostly dedicated to livestock (especially the raising of fighting bulls) and pulque production. There are 25 haciendas around Tlaxco whose architectural and historical value has aroused rural tourism lovers interest.

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So, currently, many of these haciendas have been equipped to host visitors, organize social events and often to be rented for film or television productions.

One of the most famous is 16th century Hacienda de Santa María de Xalostoc, which was dedicated to pulque. The reconstruction carried out by the Baer Lara family was so detailed and careful that they even used techniques from the past, receiving the Premio Nacional de Restauración (National Restoration Award).

It currently has 18 renting rooms to live the experience of traveling in history.

The Hacienda de San Diego Xochuca continues producing the so-called “nectar of the gods”. Offers visitors the opportunity to see the maguey mead extracting process until its fermentation for becoming pulque.

The Hacienda San Antonio Tepetzala, built in 1503, preserves its livestock environment intact and also offers accommodation. It has activities for visitors such as regional gastronomy workshops, bakery, walks and guided tours to discover the agricultural production secrets and the breeding of fighting bulls.

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