Tour description provided by Viator

Cholula is a famous town for its 365 temples, built over Pre-Colombian monuments by the Spaniards, such as the enormous pyramid where you can admire pre-Hispanic murals and you can find a Church dedicated to Nuestra Señora de los Remedios. Continue to Puebla, a UNESCO World Heritage City, where you will visit the Chapel of the Rosary and Tonantzintla, considered one of the eighth wonders of the art world.

You'll be picked up from your Mexico City hotel and be driven to Cholula town. This tour is a combination of history and architecture where the first stop will be in Cholula, where you will be able to visit several catholid temples and pre-Colombian monuments. Then, you will continue to Puebla, an UNESCO World Heritage City, where the majority of the buildings are decorated with tiles and beautifully sculpted freestone. There, you will also see the majestic Cathedral at the main square, the chapel of the Rosary, and Tonantzintla, one of the most original Naïf iIndian works.Your tour ends with hotel drop-off in Mexico city.