Apizaco

In order to see all that there is to see in Apizaco, it's worth doing a bit of research before you arrive.

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Apizaco Vacation Packages

Apizaco is located 30 miles north of the notable city of Puebla.

Fresh air and waves await at Careyitos Beach, 55 miles to the west. Few things can beat a day at the beach.

Adventurous types gravitate towards this region to see its exquisite natural landscapes. Experience the magic for yourself at Piedras Encimadas and Cuexcomate Volcano, 25 miles and 25 miles from Apizaco, respectively.

Make your way to Santa María Atlihuetzián and experience Basilica of Ocotlan and Xicotencatl Theater. It's roughly 4 miles out of Apizaco, and is well worth the trip. Tizatlan Archeological Site and Government Palace are more places you might want to check out. These are around 8 miles out of Apizaco, in Chiautempan.

About 40 miles to the north of Apizaco is Zacatlan, a regional hotspot where you'll discover Floral Clock, Ex-Convent of San Francisco and Temple of San Pedro. Revolucion Municipal Market and Zacatlan General Hospital are some of the other places that ought to be on every traveler's to-do list.

If you're not the kind to take a vacation just to relax by the pool all day, you've come to the right place. Outdoor activities like mountain biking and rock climbing will be sure to get you looking good and feeling great.

If you're hoping to learn about the surrounding area, get involved in the region's guided nature walks and city walking tours.

Have you always wanted to try hot air ballooning? Tlaxcala is an awesome place to take the leap.

There are a handful of energizing outdoorsy activities if you've got an affinity for having fun in the water. Swimming and canoeing are a couple of the reasons to get your feet wet.

The food here has its own aromas and flavors, so make sure you try as much as you can!

Two popular meals worth taste-testing are chinicuiles (red worms) and tlacoyos (beans and cheese on thick tortillas).

Conversing in the local tongue is a great way to understand the place you are in, so learn to say some useful Spanish phrases before you leave. ¡Hola! is the Spanish way of saying hello. Fine thanks, and you? is another practical one to have in your bag of tricks, so try getting your mouth around Bien gracias, ¿y tú.

Being here on the 16th of September will net you a closeup of Independence Day.

The only downside of taking a vacation is that, eventually, it must come to an end. While it might be hard bidding "Hasta la vista" to Apizaco, keep in mind that you're more than welcome to visit again!

If you are departing by plane, know that the nearest airport for you is 25 miles to the southwest.

At this point in time, there aren't many hotels and other accommodation options on our Apizaco hotels guide, so book early on if you have somewhere specific in mind.

The Hotel Mision Tlaxcala and Hotel Senorial Tlaxcala are your best options in Apizaco.

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