• Taxco and Cuernavaca + Puebla and Cholula Two-Day Combo Tour, Mexico City

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    Take advantage of your trip to Mexico City and see four of the closest colonial cities on the Taxco and Cuernavaca + Puebla and Cholula Two-Day Combo Tour. On the first day, you’ll go to Puebla and Cholula, where you’ll have the chance to learn more about Mexico’s rich historical and religious past.

    You’ll see the Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl Volcanoes and many charming churches, including the Santa Maria de Tonantzintla Church, a baroque style building with indigenous influence, whose temple is ornamented in gold. Then, you’ll head to Puebla, known as the “City of Angels”, where you’ll have time to eat lunch (not included). Puebla’s cuisine is considered among the best in Mexico. You can savor all sorts of delicious options from semitas to mole poblano.

    Next, you’ll take a walking tour of the city where you can see lovely 16th and 18th century building such as the Plaza de Armas (The Armory), the Cathedral and the Santo Domingo Church. You can also visit the Craft Market, where you can buy talavera pottery and typical candy like ‘camotes’ or candy yam.

    On the second day, you’ll head South of Mexico City to Cuernavaca, where you’ll see the Cathedral dating back to the 16th century, considered one of the oldest and largest in the country. You’ll also see the Palace of Cortez and the Monument of Morelos, one of Mexico’s founding fathers.

    Your last stop is Taxco, a charming colonial city built hundreds of years ago. You’ll visit the Santa Prisca Church, built in 1759 by Jose de la Borda, a French immigrant. Taxco is famous for its silver mines, lovely cobblestone streets and famous jewelry stores, where you’ll be able to buy original pieces made by local hands. Afterwards, you’ll return to Mexico City.

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