Tours in Puebla will let you experience some of the true Mexican culture. Day trips and tours are very reasonably priced, and many tours depart from Mexico City.
SIGHTSEEING AND ACTIVITY TOURS IN AND FROM PUEBLA
This is not only a tour, it will be an entire experience, you will have a friendly and professional guide who will move you away from tourist traps (you don’t visit vendors unless you request it) and will focus on providing the best of experiences, fully adapting the tour to your preferences.
Puebla is a World Heritage City, located in a landscape framed by mountains. Founded in 1531, it’s recognised world wide for its unique and beautiful crafts in talavera, and wonderful examples of colonial architecture that blend into the natural landscape of volcanoes. Cholula is full of traditions and is a colourful square, perfect for a day contemplating its environment. And in addition to this magical town, there is an archaeological surprise.
PUEBLA CITY WALKING TOUR
Discover why UNESCO put Puebla on its World Heritage list during a 3-hour walking tour of the city. Take a stroll around the historic downtown with your guide and visit the Zocalo (main square). See major landmarks such as Puebla Cathedral, the Rosary Chapel, and City Hall, and still have some time for souvenir shopping at Mercado el Parian.
GREAT PYRAMID OF CHOLULA AND CITY TOUR BY DOUBLE DECKER BUS: FROM PUEBLA
Board a double decker tram in Puebla and travel to Cholula, a “Magical Town” where you will be able to live pre-hispanic and colonial times culture. In this panoramic tour, see the world’s largest pyramid, visit the temples of Santa Maria Tonanzintla, San Francisco Acatepec and the San Pedro Cholula zocalo. You will have free time to explore these places on your own.
AFRICAM SAFARI ZOO ADMISSION WITH TRANSPORT
Visit Africam Safari Zoo, one of the principal city attractions with the opportunity to see a variety of amazing animals.
IZTACCIHUATL AND POPOCATEPETL NATIONAL PARK HIKING TOUR: FROM PUEBLA
Experience the magic of two of Mexico’s biggest volcanoes during this hiking tour of Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl National Park from Puebla.
After getting picked up from your hotel, head straight into one of Mexico’s most popular national parks and hike to Paso de Cortez, which sits in between the two volcanoes. Admire a gorgeous natural waterfall, visit the religious centre of El Silencio, and grab lunch in the Eco Touristic Villa. you can also enjoy a tour of the charming town of Cholula on your way into the park.
CHOLULA DAY TRIP INCLUDING THE GREAT PYRAMID: FROM PUEBLA
Board a beautiful double decker bus with retractile ceiling to travel to Cholula Magical Town. A guide will take you to discover the largest pyramid in the world and go inside its tunnels. On the top of it, a Catholic Church was built to force the Indians to embrace this religion. Take great pictures from the top, of the volcanoes, Cholula and Puebla Valley.
Admire the Mexican Baroque style at Santa Maria Tonanzintla and San Francisco Acatepec temples. Visit San Pedro Cholula main plaza or Zocalo, Royal Chapel, and the former San Grabriel Convent.
STAR OF PUEBLA OBSERVATION WHEEL ADMISSION
Located at the Parque Lineal, in the middle rises the Estrella de Puebla, a 260-foot high Ferris Wheel, considered the tallest of its kind in Latin America with 54 slowly turning gondolas. This includes transportation to and from the attraction from departing point and admission to ride the Observation Wheel.
CACAXTLA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE AND TLAXCALA DAY TRIP: FROM PUEBLA
Enjoy a day tour in which you’ll visit the archaeological zone of Cacaxtla which was the main seat of the “Olmeca”, also known as the Olmeca Xicalanca. You’ll learn its history and admire its murals and then visit the city of Tlaxcala, capital of the State of Tlaxcala. Visit the town hall, learn the history on the murals painted on the Mayor’s Palace and visit Nuestra Señora de Ocotlan church. Your tour includes transport and guide.
CULINARY TOUR IN PUEBLA
The Puebla Gastronomy is one of the most diverse and exquisite in Mexico. Puebla has provided Mexico with its most traditional dish: Mole Poblano. Tour the city while tasting more than 15 different dishes! This tour will explain the city’s history and the relation to gastronomy and its legends.
Visit markets, mole mills, learn all kind of chili Mexico offers, and enjoy different food flavours. You will receive as a present a recipe book with the most emblematic dishes so you can try them back home.
PANORAMIC CITY TOUR OF PUEBLA BY BUS
Enjoy a 60-minute panoramic tour on a double-decker bus with a retractile ceiling, and live commentary from your professional guide.
You will be passing by the Zocalo, Cathedral, Los Sapos Alley, Analco neighbourhood, the Convention Centre, Loreto and Guadalupe forts where we stop to take beautiful landscape pictures of Puebla. We continue to the Parian flea market, Artist neighbourhood, Candy Street and Revolution museum. At the end, you’ll take a big picture of Puebla.
ATLIXCO MAGICAL TOWN DAY TRIP: FROM PUEBLA
Visit the beautiful town of Atlixco, the City of flowers, situated at the foot of the Popocatépetl volcano, which is the second tallest volcano in Mexico. You will see the beautiful flower murals and the antique Franciscan convent.
ADVENTURE IN PUEBLA: DAY TRIP TO XTREME PARK
Live the Xtreme experience in Puebla: drive one of the best electric Karts in the world and enjoy the adrenaline and speed with the highest safety standard.
Enjoy playing in our Gotcha zone; take the canopy line and slide from 9 metres high in our great pool. Xtreme is one of the bests parks in the world to drive electric Karts, and Atlixco offers one of the best climates in the world!
VOLCANO TOUR TO IXTAZIHUATL
Explore Iztaccihuatl, the third highest volcano in Mexico standing tall, at 5,286 metres above the sea level. It provides wonderful views of the landscape and a nice environment outside the city. Get into the most wonderful forest in Mexico.
9-DAY CULINARY TOUR OF MEXICO: MEXICO CITY, PUEBLA, OAXACA AND ZIPOLITE
Embark on a Mexican food odyssey, round-trip from Mexico City, with a seven-night journey through Mexico’s richest culinary regions. This gastronomic tour takes you through the markets of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Oaxaca and the streets of Puebla to sample local specialities.
Learn to make mole in a cooking class, attend a Mexican barbecue and a pulqueria, and enjoy a taco crawl and walking tour of Mexico City. Numbers are limited to 12 people, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of like-minded food lovers.
PUEBLA AND CHOLULA DAY TRIP: FROM MEXICO CITY
Cholula is famous for its 365 temples, built over pre-Colombian monuments by the Spaniards, including the enormous pyramid where you can admire pre-Hispanic murals and find a church dedicated to Nuestra Señora de los Remedios. Continue to Puebla, a UNESCO World Heritage City, where we visit the Chapel of the Rosary and Tonantzintla, considered to be one of the eighth wonders of the art world.
PRIVATE DAY TRIP TO PUEBLA: FROM MEXICO CITY
Puebla City, also called “Puebla City of Angels”, is the second most important Spanish colonial city, located southeast of Mexico City and west of Gulf of Mexico’s main port, Veracruz, right at Central Mexico. According to the legend, a bishop was told by angels the specific location of the future city of Puebla.
By the “City of Angels” there is a picturesque road, guarded by two active volcanoes, Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl, snow-capped peaks that rush into the sky. The city is amazing, with colonial architecture, historical monuments, among them Rosario Chapel, Convent of Santo Domingo, and the city’s cathedral, protected by UNESCO.
PRIVATE TOUR TO CHOLULA AND PUEBLA: FROM MEXICO CITY
Visit the cities of Puebla and Cholula on a day trip from Mexico City. Visit the Great Pyramid of Cholula, the largest pyramid in the New World. next, we will visit the church of Santa Maria Tonantzintla, then admire the colours of Puebla, enjoy the chapel of the Rosary and the cathedral of Puebla, learn about their ceramics of Talavera.
PUEBLA AND CHOLULA ONE-DAY PRIVATE TOUR: FROM MEXICO CITY
Exclusive private tour to the colonial heart of Mexico, Puebla, the country´s cultural, gastronomical and historic centre. Don’t miss this opportunity to visit the city of Angels, taste “real Mexican food” and climb the tallest pyramid on earth!
6-NIGHT BEST OF CENTRAL MEXICO TOUR: TEOTIHUACAN PYRAMIDS, TAXCO, CUERAVACA AND PUEBLA: FROM MEXICO CITY
See the top attractions in Mexico City and its surrounding area on this activity-filled, 5-day, 6-night tour. Spend your first day getting to know Mexico City on a hop-on hop-off tour.
During the rest of your time, travel to historical and cultural sites, including the Shrine of Guadalupe , the Teotihuacan Pyramids and the cities of Cuernavaca and Taxco. This comprehensive tour is an excellent, convenient way to see historical and cultural features of Mexico City, and other important destinations in central Mexico.
PUEBLA AND CHOLULA DAY TRIP: FROM MEXICO CITY
Experience the heritage and history of Mexico on this 10-hour up-close and personal exclusive tour. See the world´s largest pyramid, and its 365 churches at the archaeological zone of Cholula. Continue to Puebla to the UNESCO World Heritage site and the majestic Cathedral at the Main Square. Discover the Chapel of the Rosary, the Convent of Santa Monica and the Onyx and Talavera ceramics factories.
MEXICO CITY SUPER SAVER: PUEBLA AND CHOLULA PLUS TAXCO AND CUERNAVACA DAY TRIPS
Combine two of the most popular day trips in Mexico City and make the most of your visit. Your tour takes place over two consecutive days and you’ll get to see four of the top visited nearby cities outside of Mexico’s capital city.
See and feel the culture, gastronomy and art of Puebla and Cholula, be amazed at the history and religion of Taxco and Cuernavaca. This is perfect to explore the culture of Mexico. Transport and professional guide included.
LOCAL MARKET VISIT AND IN-HOME COOKING LESSON WITH MOTHER AND DAUGHTER TEAM
Born and raised in Puebla, Alejandra is a professional tour guide who passionately shares Mexican culture and cuisine with her guests. She has a wealth of knowledge about the country’s history, anthropology, folklore, and of course, the culinary traditions. Ale hosts with the help of her mother, an accomplished home cook.
While her mother does not speak English she is an excellent non-verbal communicator and Alejandra will serve as the translator. Start with a tour of a local market where you’ll learn about the various ingredients for sale. Then you’ll return to her home where her mother Tere will warmly welcome you. They will treat you to a hands-on cooking experience during which you will learn some of their favourite poblano dishes. Enjoy the meal together at their table or, if the weather is right, you’ll eat together in their sun-dappled back yard.