San Pedro Cholula Puebla Side A and B
Destinations’ Analysis by Franco Magno
Hello, how are you doing! My dear Magno travel-lovers. San Pedro Cholula or simply Cholula, a magical village located in the suburbs of Capital Puebla city, state of Puebla.
Here you find a typical Mexican population with a unique provincial air.
Its tourism attractions seize the soul, streets ready to capture your senses, and open for visitors to discover all the great jewels that Cholula has: Mexican gastronomy, historical sites, and typical local products.
So let’s move on to Magno side A and B.
The archaeological zone of Cholula with its great pyramid, which is a pyramidal base of 400 meters (437.44 yds) of linear length and 65 meters (1312 feet) high. Topped in its upper side by the “Santuario de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios,” and in the surroundings by the “Parque de la Gran Pirámide.”
The archaeological site has two fronts to visit: One, the archaeological area that you can locate at the ground level where you can start your trip.
The second one. The underground tunnels that traverse the bowels of this great Mesoamerican construction built approximately in the second century of our era by the culture called “Olmeca Xicalanca.”
This archaeological site has essential services like sanitary, souvenirs shop and doctor’s office.
It’s possible to start your trip at the pyramid’s ground level, where you will marvel at Cholula’s archaeological zone. Then, after you can walk all the way up to the top where you can delight your sight with this colonial age sanctuary.
You can also refresh your senses at the pyramid’s park once you come down from the heights where a visitor can appreciate the west side of this remarkable sanctuary.
Cholula is one of the several magical villages that compound Puebla’s state. It’s not uncommon for Cholula to be a typical population full of tourism attractions for avid explorers.
With over 46 hotels and lodging sites, planning a visit to Cholula is essential to avoid surprises and miss the chance to experience all of the fabulous jewels of this lovely Mexican village.
Sometimes you can find here crowded places in high tourism seasons, on weekends, and in days of local or national holidays.
The Magno Recommendation.
High tourism seasons in Mexico occur from December to January, during the so-called Lent or “Holy Week,” which depending on the annual calendar, it occurs the last week of March or the first of April, and summer vacation time that usually happens from the last week of June to mid-August.
In Mexico, we also have what we call the “puentes,” that’s to say, national holidays in the Mexican yearly calendar in which my country fellows take advantage of their spare time to visit magnificent spots like Cholula.
However, this is only a very brief introduction to this fantastic and amazing village. Cholula is unique, beautiful, and fascinating.
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