Paseos de San Francisco
Plaza de la Constitución
It’s easy to pass an afternoon reading or just people-watching in Tlaxcala’s shady, spacious zócalo – especially now that the plaza...
Estela Silva’s Mexican Home Cooking School
Learn to cook traditional poblano cuisine with Señora Estela Salas Silva, a Puebla native who teaches an intimate gastronomic course...
Santuario de la Virgen de Ocotlán
One of Mexico’s most spectacular churches is an important pilgrimage site for those who believe the Virgin appeared here in 1541 – her...
Pulquería Tía Yola
Sip one of a dozen or so flavors of house-made pulque in a stone courtyard decorated with Day of the Dead figurines and bullfighting...
Fonda del Convento
This unassuming home-style restaurant has been a local favorite for four decades. The menu focuses on traditional Tlaxcalteca cuisine,...
Lonely Planet review
Paseos de San Francisco leads nine different walking and bus tours in the Centro Histórico and beyond, including trips to nearby maguey farms and bullfighting arenas. Many are multiple days and include food; others require a minimum number of people, so it’s important to reserve ahead.