A Taste of Puebla Culinary Tour



Days: 5


Stimulate your taste buds with the unforgettable and UNESCO recognized traditional food and drink of Mexico in the state of Puebla.

This trip is designed to stimulate your taste buds with the unforgettable traditional food and drink of the Puebla region as well as teach you how to make several of these Mexican dishes on your own. In addition to the culinary delights you’ll enjoy at all times of the day, this trip will take you to some of the region’s most important and beautiful historic sites, making the trip ideal for those who love great food served with magnificent history and culture.



Puebla – Enjoy a private tour of Puebla’s historic city center, home to more than 70 churches and thousands of colonial buildings

Mesones Sacristía – Join a Mexican cooking course at Mesones Sacristía

Day 1: Arrival to  Mexico City and Puebla

Today you arrive in Mexico’s Capital, Distrito Federal. Upon arrival, you are met by your guide for a private transfer to your hotel Las Alcobas, very well located in  Polanco’s chic Presidente Masaryk Avenue one of the most exclusive and sophisticated neighborhoods in Mexico City; home to designer boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs. Tonight suggested dinner is  at  Dulce Patria (not included). Overnight: Las Alcobas

Day 2: Puebla

Today after breakfast (included) and check out you will enjoy a brief Mexico City sightseeing tour of the most important avenues and buildings before heading south to the UNESCO World Heritage City of Puebla where you will enjoy a delicious lunch (included) with regional specialties. This afternoon you will visit the Historic Center with your guide for an overview followed by some time to stroll and enjoy the shady central plaza on your own.
Overnight: Casa Reyna (B,L)

Day 3: Puebla and Cholula

After breakfast (included), meet your guide for a private tour of Puebla’s Historic Centre. Puebla’s zocalo is home to more than 70 churches and thousands of colonial buildings, many covered with azulejos (ceramic tile) for which the city has become famous. Visit the ample and shady central plaza and its imposing Cathedral, along with the must see Museo Amparo, Casa de la Cultura, Teatro Principal (one of the oldest in the Americas, dating back to 1759) and more depending on time and interest.  Lunch is included today and offers a sampling of Puebla’s famous Mole and other regional specialties. In the afternoon, visit Cholula and the Great Pyramid, the largest in the world by volume. Continue on to Puebla for dinner.
Overnight: Overnight: Casa Reyna (B,L,D)

Day 4: Puebla Cooking Class

After breakfast (included), you will experience a “Mexican Cooking Course” at Mesón de la Sacristía. Introduction to Poblano cuisine: salsa verde, salsa roja, chalupas, pipián verde, arroz con leche and fresh water of jamaica (hibiscus).*  Following to preparation is tasting time! After, enjoy the afternoon at leisure and later this evening you will meet your guide at the hotel lobby and prepare to enjoy a delicious dinner at one of Puebla’s most traditional restaurants, includes ½ bottle of wine per person.
Overnight: Overnight: Casa Reyna (B,L,D)

Day 5: Departure to Mexico City Airport

Today after breakfast you are privately transferred to Mexico City airport for your departure flight home. (B)


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Our custom-tailored journeys start from $800 USD per day for two travelers. Contact us today to discuss your travel desires and design a personalized proposal with exact pricing.

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