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From the City of Angels to the Italian Tuscany “Val'Quirico"

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We leave to Puebla to visit the famous tunnels, which are passages below the capital of Puebla (They known as one of the longest open tunnels in the world). After visiting the historic center of the capital of Puebla, you can see the Cathedral: Chapel of the Rosary, the street of candies; where you can buy the traditional candy milk, amaranth, pepita, tamarind, garapiñados, the delicious poblano mole and more variety in this beautiful world heritage city before UNESCO. We also recommend visiting the Palafoxiana Library, the Parían (handicraft market) and the artist's neighborhood in your spare time. Free time for food. The magic will continue in a small town that brings a bit of a European town to Mexico: Val'Quirico where we will close a dream day, exploring its medieval style corners. Val'Quirico occupies the land of the former farm Santa Agueda, its origin goes back to the Porfiriato given the form of a medieval fortress and was dedicated to agriculture. Inspired by the European countryside, it combines with the charm of traditional Mexican towns to create a space with a unique magic. 9:00 pm approximate arrival to Mexico City.

We leave to Puebla to visit the famous tunnels, which are passages below the capital of Puebla (They known as one of the longest open tunnels in the world). After visiting the historic center of the capital of Puebla, you can see the Cathedral: Chapel of the Rosary, the street of candies; where you can buy the traditional candy milk, amaranth, pepita, tamarind, garapiñados, the delicious poblano mole and more variety in this beautiful world heritage city before UNESCO. We also recommend visiting the Palafoxiana Library, the Parían (handicraft market) and the artist's neighborhood in your spare time. Free time for food. The magic will continue in a small town that brings a bit of a European town to Mexico: Val'Quirico where we will close a dream day, exploring its medieval style corners. Val'Quirico occupies the land of the former farm Santa Agueda, its origin goes back to the Porfiriato given the form of a medieval fortress and was dedicated to agriculture. Inspired by the European countryside, it combines with the charm of traditional Mexican towns to create a space with a unique magic. 9:00 pm approximate arrival to Mexico City.

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From the City of Angels to the Italian Tuscany “Val'Quirico"

Activity Location

Multiple Locations Visited

Puebla

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Monument of the Revolution

    154 De La República

    Ciudad de México 06030


Highlights

  • To visit Puebla's famous tunnels

  • Enjoying the historic center of Puebla

  • Oppportunity to visit the Cathedral: Chapel of the Rosary

  • Chance to walk through the street of candies

  • Exploring Val'Quirico, a bit of a European town to Mexico


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Val'Quirico and Puebla

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from most Mexico City hotels

  • Live tour commentary provided in English or Spanish


Exclusions

  • Food and Beverages

  • Gratuities

  • Nothing previously not specified


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.

  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

  • Hotel pickup is available from centrally located Mexico City hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.

  • If your hotel is not inside the pick up location you must make your way to the closest meeting point.