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Puebla exudes a seductive blend of the old and the new; here coexist universities, trendy restaurants, boutique hotels and charming markets that welcome visitors with open arms. The city hosts an array of buildings listed as historic. Come see all of this in our Puebla tours with bilingual guide for small groups; we are your best option.
Also, Puebla is one of Mexico's colonial treasures, which earned it a World Heritage Site title by UNESCO. When it comes to Mexican cities, Puebla is more responsive and easier to navigate for pedestrians than any other. Book your Puebla tours with bilingual guide for small groups today and see for yourself all that is to be found here.
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception was built between 1575 and 1640, its towers, which measure up to 73.9 meters, are the highest in the country and throughout Latin America. Come admire its marble floors, interior decoration in gold leaf and the impressive altar, all this with our Puebla tours with bilingual guides.
The Palafoxian Library was the first public one in the new world. It was built in the seventeenth century and in its time sheltered the finest collection of manuscripts in the Americas. Today its inventory protects more than 43,000 volumes. You can visit the Palafoxian library with Wayak's Puebla tours with bilingual guide for small groups.
Other architectural masterpieces that you can admire in colonial Puebla are the Convent of Santa Rosa, which now houses the Crafts Museum, the Santa Monica convent, built in the seventeenth century and the University Museum, better known as House of Dolls. During our Puebla tours with bilingual guide for small groups, you will learn so much more.
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