Centro Historico de Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala

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Centro Historico de Tlaxcala is located in Tlaxcala. Put Centro Historico de Tlaxcala and other Tlaxcala attractions into our Tlaxcala trip generator, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • In the center of Tlaxcala you can appreciate an authentic Mexico without distortion of the very tourist cities. One can move through the streets with the maximum peace of mind and appreciate its beautiful buildings and the friendliness of its people. The former Franciscan convent is stop forced one of the churches and ancient buildings of Mexico. Honestly it is worth spending a couple of days in this city. He would always return.
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  • It is quiet uy, you can take your pets, enjoy an ice cream, eat rich and buy crafts
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  • Family visit in the capital of the State opted to visit the historical centre, a pleasant walk where we had the opportunity to purchase some products there are offered, as well as an interesting visit to the nearby places that are part of the history of Tlaxcala, grata was the surprise find handicrafts, typical sweets but above all for small the incredible opportunity to offer small snacks to some sympathetic squirrels who tend to be in the trees of the Park, no doubt special and we could see the disrespect by the walkers to these animals, almost unexpectedly found a small business where kindly offered us the traditional test of a drink that is as old as the history of this part of the country, a rediscovery for a server which had heard but was far to imagine having the pleasure of testing I speak of a beverage from maize and cacao with a delicious aroma of vanilla, served in a curious containers, cold and refreshing, with a peculiar flavor that enchant the palate; It was the perfect complement for a sunny, warm afternoon resting on a bench in the shade of the trees enjoying unique drink, in short a peaceful place to walk and admire the buildings, learn a little of the history and who writes, an unexpected and magical encounter with the history this time embodied in its flavors.
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