Tlaxcala's shady, spacious zócalo is one of Mexico's most fetching. The 16th-century Palacio Municipal, a former grain storehouse...
Palacio de Gobierno
Inside the Palacio de Gobierno there are vivid murals of Tlaxcala's history by Desiderio Hernández Xochitiotzin.
Tranvía El Tlaxcalteca
This motorized streetcar visits 33 downtown sights. No reservations necessary.
Overlooking the zócalo this pleasantly rowdy 2nd-story sports bar has an expansive drink list, several large-screen TVs and stone walls...
Restaurante Jardín Plaza
The best of the mediocre bar-restaurants competing for attention on the eastern side of the zócalo . It specializes in regional cookery...
Lonely Planet review
There’s no sign outside this romantic, hole-in-the-wall hangout but you’ll know it by the smell – an irresistible mix of chocolate, freshly ground coffee and exotic teas. Mostly a cafe and dessert shop, Antiokía also serves savory fondues and paninis.