Historic Center Cathedrals with Palafoxiana Library and Amparo Museum
With your private guide you will roam the Zócalo (city center), home to beautiful colonial architecture, including more than 70 churches and thousands of buildings, many adorned with painted ceramic tiles. You will visit some of the most iconic churches in the area, wander down la Calle de los Dulces (the candy street) visit the National Palace in the main plaza. Taking in the Palafoxiana Library, Barrio de Los Sapos and Cathedral which boasts two of the tallest bell towers in Mexico. You’ll have plenty of time for lunch at a local downtown restaurant to devour authentic Mexican cuisine. After lunch, this full-day experience will include an afternoon guided visit to one of the most important museums in town: either choose from the first option, Amparo, which houses one of the finest collections of Mexican art, ranging from pre-Hispanic to modern, in all Latin America. As a bonus, the terrace of the museum offers an enchanting view of Puebla. A second option is the Museo Internacional del Barroco, a museum that focuses on the complex Baroque period of the 17th and 18th centuries, while featuring the contemporary Neo-Baroque.