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Puebla: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus City Sightseeing Tour

Puebla: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus City Sightseeing Tour

Explore the best of Puebla with tickets to a hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour with a multilingual audio guide. Travel freely around the city getting on and off at any of the official stops as many times as you desire, all with the price of one ticket. Discover the city's cuisine and gastronomy and admire its colonial architecture. Visit traditional markets where you can get ceramics made of the famous Talavera stone. See many religious buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries and visit the historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  The route covers sites including the Zócalo, Analco neighborhood, Convention Center, Church of San Francisco, Beato San Sebastián de Aparicio, Loreto Fountain, Fort Guadalupe, Museum of Evolution, cable car, Main Theatre, Plazuela de los Sapos, Juárez Monument, Paseo Bravo, and Juárez Avenue. Stops on the hop-on hop-off route:1 Zócalo2 Ovando Bridge3 El Alto Market4 La Mantarray Lookout Point5 Puebla Planetarium6 Puebla Park Michin Aquarium7 El Pariá Handicraft Market

Puebla: Hop-on Hop-off City Tour and Aquarium Michín

Puebla: Hop-on Hop-off City Tour and Aquarium Michín

Discover Puebla, by taking the official sightseeing tour of the city. Hop on one of our splendid Turibus double-decker buses while you enjoy incredible panoramic views. This is the best and most unique way to get around Puebla and discover the most famous sites and attractions and learn about Puebla history, customs, and traditions. Experience the best of Puebla, its colonial architecture, visit traditional markets, and acquire ceramics made of the famous Talavera stone, also discover its exquisite cuisine. Puebla is world-known for its delicious Mole Poblano. The city perfectly combines history, tradition, natural beauty, and modernity. The Turibus circuit covers plenty of beautiful and interesting sites such as The Zócalo, The Palafoxiana Library, Analco Neighborhood, the Convention Center, The Church of San Francisco and Beato San Sebastián Aparicio, Loreto Fountain, Guadalupe Fort, Museum of Evolution and Cable Car, Main Theatre, Plazuela de Los Sapos, Juárez Monument, Paseo Bravo and Army Museum and finally Juárez Avenue. You can travel freely around the city hopping on and off at any of our official stops as many times as you desire, all with the price of one ticket. Create lasting memories by combining your Turibus tour with a top-rated tourist attraction: -Turibus plus Aquarium: enjoy an excellent exhibition about different marine species, learn about marine life, and see colorful fish, frogs, turtles, and other animals.

Puebla: Hop-on Hop-off City Tour and Cholula and Atlixco

Puebla: Hop-on Hop-off City Tour and Cholula and Atlixco

Discover the most famous sites and attractions of Puebla on the Turibus Hop-on Hop-off bus. Learn about Puebla's history, customs, and traditions. Experience the best of Puebla, and its colonial architecture, and visit traditional markets where you can acquire ceramics made of the famous Talavera stone. Also, discover the city's exquisite cuisine. The city perfectly combines history, tradition, natural beauty, and modernity. See many beautiful and interesting sites on the route, such as The Zócalo, Analco Neighborhood, Convention Center, The Church of San Francisco and Beato San Sebastián Aparicio, Loreto Fountain, Guadalupe Fort, Museum of Evolution and Cable Car, Main Theatre, Plazuela de Los Sapos, Juárez Monument, Paseo Bravo and Army Museum and finally Juárez Avenue. Travel freely around the city, hopping on and off at any of the official stops as many times as you desire, all with the price of one ticket. Add lasting memories to your Turibus tour by combining it with a fantastic tour of two of Mexico's most famous Magical Towns: Cholula and Atlixco. Cholula has its own history, heritage, traditions, and attractions. Discover The Great Pyramid of Cholula, which is the largest pyramidal base in the world 400 m long, and the Church of Santa María Tonantzintla, the interior of this church is covered with countless faces, masks, flowers, fruits, birds, and abstract decorative designs. You can also visit the Church of San Francisco Ecatepec, this church was built in the 16th century, a product of Baroque architecture, and has a front facade covered in Talavera, typical of this area of Mexico. Atlixco is located at the foot of the Popocatépetl volcano. In the Plaza del Zócalo. Admire the colorful murals found in the Municipal Palace that narrate the history of Atlixco. In the Ex-Convento del Carmen, you can visit the cultural center and a small museum of archeology. You can also admire the church of La Merced known for its highly ornate Baroque facade. Walk the streets of Atlixco and feel the vibes of an authentic Mexican town. Take your Turibus ride one day and the Magical Towns Tour the next day. These two days must be consecutive.

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3.6
(5 reviews)

Not the typical hop on hop off tour but gives a nice insight into the history of Puebla. Not every seat has a connection for headphones to hear your speech. Only Spanish can be heard over the bus loudspeakers, which is sometimes very loud. But for the price of around 10 euros, it's okay.

Great way to learn more about the city of Puebla and know its most important points. We really liked the tour