We leave for Puebla to visit the famous Tunnels which are passages below the capital of Puebla (we will know one of the longest open tunnels in the world). Inside they found bullets and crossbows. Researchers believe that the tunnels could be used by the Army of the East to ambush the French militia in 1862. We will visit the historic center of the capital of Puebla to see the Cathedral, Chapel of the Rosary, the street of sweets, where you can buy the traditional sweet milk, amaranth, nugget, tamarind, garapiñados, the delicious mole poblano, you can visit the cathedral, enjoy the delicious cemitas and more gastronomic variety in this beautiful world heritage city before UNESCO, we recommend you visit the Library in your free time Palafoxiana, the Parían (craft market) and the artist’s neighborhood. Free time for food. The magic will continue in a small town that brings a piece of a European town to Mexico: Val’Quirico where we will close a dream day, exploring its medieval style corners. Val’Quirico, occupies the land of the former Santa Agueda farm, its origin goes back to the Porfiriato and was dedicated to agriculture. A few years ago, the hacienda had turned into a private club, until it was remodeled and was given the shape of a medieval fortress. Inspired by the European countryside, it combines with the charm of traditional Mexican towns to create a space with a unique magic.
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