• Tlatlauquitepec

Highly recommended

  • Visit the magnificent Ex-convent of Santa María de la Asunción, a real gem which is over 500 years old.

  • Make your own seven-story tlayoyos.

  • Photograph the magnificent panoramic views from the top of Cerro Cabezón.

  • Go to the patron saint festival on August 15, and the Flower Fair of Tuberosa.

  • Listen to the legend of the Christ of the Shrine of Huaxtla, carved from a trunk in the form of a human.

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The garden of the Sierra Poblana

Tlatlauquitepec is nature in its purest form, located in the Sierra Norte de Puebla.

If your goal is to experience a day of adventure to the fullest, you simply must walk along one of the paths among the vegetation and rest next to the Presa de la Soledad; enjoy the Puxtla Waterfall to get to know its blue pool, dare to ride a zip line, rappel down the Cerro Cabezón or enter the Cueva del Tigre.

In the center of this picturesque Magical Town, you’ll find the oldest ex-convent of its kind in all Latin America: Santa María de la Asunción, from 1531, and to end the day, try the delicious local cuisine under the archways of the beautiful Plaza de Armas.

Cuetzalan del Progreso lies to the north, Chignautla, Atempan and Yaonáhuac to the east, Cuyoaco to the south and to the west Zautla, Zaragoza and Zacapoaxtla.

If your goal is to experience a day of adventure to the fullest, you simply must walk along one of the paths among the vegetation and rest next to the Presa de la Soledad; enjoy the Puxtla Waterfall to get to know its blue pool, dare to ride a zip line, rappel down the Cerro Cabezón or enter the Cueva del Tigre.

In the center of this picturesque Magical Town, you’ll find the oldest ex-convent of its kind in all Latin America: Santa María de la Asunción, from 1531, and to end the day, try the delicious local cuisine under the archways of the beautiful Plaza de Armas.

Cuetzalan del Progreso lies to the north, Chignautla, Atempan and Yaonáhuac to the east, Cuyoaco to the south and to the west Zautla, Zaragoza and Zacapoaxtla.

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If your goal is to experience a day of adventure to the fullest, you simply must walk along one of the paths among the vegetation and rest next to the Presa de la Soledad; enjoy the Puxtla Waterfall to get to know its blue pool, dare to ride a zip line, rappel down the Cerro Cabezón or enter the Cueva del Tigre.

In the center of this picturesque Magical Town, you’ll find the oldest ex-convent of its kind in all Latin America: Santa María de la Asunción, from 1531, and to end the day, try the delicious local cuisine under the archways of the beautiful Plaza de Armas.

Cuetzalan del Progreso lies to the north, Chignautla, Atempan and Yaonáhuac to the east, Cuyoaco to the south and to the west Zautla, Zaragoza and Zacapoaxtla.

Highly recommended

  • Visit the magnificent Ex-convent of Santa María de la Asunción, a real gem which is over 500 years old.

  • Make your own seven-story tlayoyos.

  • Photograph the magnificent panoramic views from the top of Cerro Cabezón.

  • Go to the patron saint festival on August 15, and the Flower Fair of Tuberosa.

  • Listen to the legend of the Christ of the Shrine of Huaxtla, carved from a trunk in the form of a human.

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