-Discover why Puebla was named a Human Heritage City by the UNESCO
-Visit the Cathedral with the highest towers in the continent.
-Discover the first public library in colonial Mexico with more than 41,000 books and manuscripts.
-Wonder with the Rosario Chapel covered with gold.
-Have fun and learn more about Puebla solving a crossword.
Discover why the UNESCO named Puebla a Human Heritage City. You will walk around the historic downtown and you will have to solve a crossword with the information you will be
learning during the tour. You will visit the main square or “Zocalo”, the Cathedral (with the highest towers in the Continent and recognized for the cultural, sculptural, pictorial heritage inside the temple);
Next to the Cathedral, you will find the Palafoxiana Libarary, founded in 1646. It was the first public library in colonial Mexico, and is sometimes considered the first in the Americas. It has more than 41,000 books and manuscripts, ranging from the 15th to the 20th Century. In 2005, it was listed on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register. You continue to the Rosario Chapel, covered with gold and named the 8th Wonder of the World; City Hall, Candy street (where you will discover the delicious candies the nuns of the convents invented), artist neighborhood, Sapos alley (antiques and flea market) and Parian handcraft market.
$ 29 usd
$ 17 usd
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