• Atlixco

Highly recommended

  • Participate in the great festival of Huey Atlixcayotl, with traditional dances from all over Puebla, such as quetzals or birdmen.

  •  Admire the extraordinary floral carpets that cover the main square during the Day of the Dead.

  • Touring Atlixco during the December holiday season becomes an unparalleled show by the now famous "Illuminated Villa"

  • Stroll through the center and see its great ex-convents, such as Carmen or San Francisco, and try the famous Atlixco cecina (beef dish).

  • Don’t forget to buy some flowers and plants in the nurseries.

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Thousands of colors in movement. Flowers, springs and ancestral dances under the volcano.

Sheltered by the Popocatépetl volcano, Atlixco "The city of flowers" boasts the best climate in the world.

 

Visiting this Magical Town is simply an aromatic and multicolored adventure. This town is home to the extraordinary multicultural music and dance festival Huey Atlixcayotl, as well as the Ex Convento del Carmen, the Church of La Merced dating from 1680, the chapel of the Third Order with its magnificent altarpiece and endless monuments full of history.
Thanks to the springs of medicinal waters that come from the volcano, and its extraordinary climate, Atlixco is perfect for sunbathing and spending a moment of relaxation among the spas and the views of the volcano.

The municipality borders with the municipality of Tanguismanalco to the north, to the northeast with the municipalities of Santa Isabel Cholula and Ocoyucan, to the southwest with the municipality of Atzitzihuacan, to the south with the municipalities of Huaquechula and Tepeojuma, to the southeast with the municipalities of San Diego la Meza Tochimiltzingo, to the east with the City of Puebla, and to the west with the municipality of Tochimilco.

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Visiting this Magical Town is simply an aromatic and multicolored adventure. This town is home to the extraordinary multicultural music and dance festival Huey Atlixcayotl, as well as the Ex Convento del Carmen, the Church of La Merced dating from 1680, the chapel of the Third Order with its magnificent altarpiece and endless monuments full of history.
Thanks to the springs of medicinal waters that come from the volcano, and its extraordinary climate, Atlixco is perfect for sunbathing and spending a moment of relaxation among the spas and the views of the volcano.

The municipality borders with the municipality of Tanguismanalco to the north, to the northeast with the municipalities of Santa Isabel Cholula and Ocoyucan, to the southwest with the municipality of Atzitzihuacan, to the south with the municipalities of Huaquechula and Tepeojuma, to the southeast with the municipalities of San Diego la Meza Tochimiltzingo, to the east with the City of Puebla, and to the west with the municipality of Tochimilco.

Highly recommended

  • Participate in the great festival of Huey Atlixcayotl, with traditional dances from all over Puebla, such as quetzals or birdmen.

  •  Admire the extraordinary floral carpets that cover the main square during the Day of the Dead.

  • Touring Atlixco during the December holiday season becomes an unparalleled show by the now famous "Illuminated Villa"

  • Stroll through the center and see its great ex-convents, such as Carmen or San Francisco, and try the famous Atlixco cecina (beef dish).

  • Don’t forget to buy some flowers and plants in the nurseries.

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