Small in size, big on culture

Small in size but great in culture and history: the state of Tlaxcala sits in the center of Mexico and is a living example of the nation’s admirable traditions. Throughout its 60 municipalities, this enigmatic locale allows visitors to relive past times through its archeological legacy and architectural heritage.

In the state’s more rural outskirts, visitors can take in the volcano Malintzin (also known as Malinche) as well as the mountains that surround it. In addition, the countryside is home to vast plains that make it perfect for getting in touch with nature through activities such as hiking, cycling and rappelling.

Its temperate climate matches the warm disposition of its inhabitants who keep its old customs alive, such as the traditional festival of Huamantla. This Pueblo Mágico (“Magical Village”) comes alive for this celebration every August. The Huamantlada – a running of the bulls through the city’s streets – is just one of the many activities that animate this festivity.


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