What to see in Tlaxcala
For travelers who have decided to travel to the beautiful state of Tlaxcala, we bring you several tourist recommendations, as well as current information to make your stay in this Mexican territory as profitable as possible.
Tlaxcala of Xicohténcatl
This beautiful city is currently the capital of the state of Tlaxcala. Thanks to its many qualities, it has become a National Heritage Site, as well as the City of Peace. Among the many plans that you can make during your stay are the walks through illustrious places of the area.
First of all, you can take a museum tour to learn about the history of the capital. For example, the MUVART, the Museo Vivo de Artes y Tradiciones Populares (Living Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions) is a must to admire handcrafted objects.
It is advisable to visit the religious buildings scattered throughout the territory, as they were and still are very important culturally. One of them is the Cathedral, which is very close to the San José Parish. You can also visit the Basilica of Ocotlán, which although it is farther away, it will be worth it if you like to contemplate the architecture of these buildings.
The village Valquirico, Tlaxcala
If you like ancient history, charming villages and visiting different places, this charming medieval territory will be a great bet. It is said to have European inspiration, specifically touches of Spain and Italy.
It is perfect for walking and strolling through its cobblestone streets, old houses and trees everywhere, a dream for people who flee the big metropolis and want a weekend with charm.
Charge your cell phone battery or take a good camera with you, because on the walls of the village you will find murals, drawings and unique graffiti that you will like to remember tomorrow.
Apizaco means stream, brook or place of water in the Nahuatl language. You can deviate from your route to visit it, since it is only 20 minutes away from the state capital. It is also famous for its haciendas, very popular throughout the state and one of the biggest tourist attractions you will find.
Another of their strong points is the textile and handcrafted work that characterizes them: learn all about their trajectory and the reason for their fame by visiting the Fábrica de Hilados, Tejidos y Estampados San Luis.
San Luis Teolocholco
Have you heard of the municipality of Teolocholco? As in other territories of the state, here you can visit religious buildings such as the Parish of Santa Inés or the Parish of San Luis. The word Teolocholco also comes from the Nahuatl language and means God or place where the gods hid.
Tourism in Tlaxcala
If you have been encouraged to get to know the different towns and places in the state, you will like to know where the name comes from: this is originally from the Nahuatl language, which means tortillas. The nation was founded in the 16th century by four different lordships: Quiahuitztlán, Ocotelulco, Tepeticpac and Tizatlán.