Cholula

12 Dec 2018 - 13 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Cholula?

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History Buffs
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Outdoor Enthusiasts
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Art & Design Lovers
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Member reviews (8)
A Closer Look Tours
A Closer Look ToursPhoenix
16/07/2014

Travel through picturesque pine country to Cholula, a significant ceremonial center of the pre-Hispanic period. Along the way, watch for a fantastic view of the legendary Ixtacihuatl and Popocatepetl volcanoes. In Cholula, see the church that sits atop one of the world’s largest pyramids before heading to the city of Puebla for more of Mexico’s architectural treasures.

Nerds on the Road
Nerds on the RoadAlamogordo
22/11/2013

I loved Cholula when we stayed there a few days. We hiked up to the catholic Church that was built on top of a pyramid (an "accident" they say). We hung out at a few bars, danced at a club and I took a ton of photos. Would love to return!

Raymond Banzo
Raymond BanzoMexico City
06/01/2017

Cholula is a small town near puebla mostly know from having 365 churches but also by being a great place to party

. Troy
. TroyMiravet
06/01/2017

About 30 mins to the west of Puebla, Cholula is one of the most important pre-Columbian settlements in Mexico, with parts of the city dating back to 2BC. Many come here to visit the Great Pyramid, one of the largest man-made monuments by volume in the world. The city also has a darker chapter in its history: it was the site of one of the bloodiest massacres by the conquistadors. Today, you'll find the place full of joy and vibrancy with possibly more churches per square inch than Rome. Look carefully at some of the carved figures in the churches and you'll see some outstanding and quite unique examples of mestiso art.

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