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A Tlaxcala Capital City Coobblestone Street with the Fonda del Convento Restaurant in the Background, Tlaxcala State, Mexico
A Tlaxcala Capital City Coobblestone Street with the Fonda del Convento Restaurant in the Background, Tlaxcala State, Mexico

Tlaxcala State Side A and B

Tlaxcala State Side A and B Chapter 01

 

Analysis of Mexico’s Travel Destinations by Franco Magno

 

The pyramids speak, the murals speak, the legends tell that in these lands, there was once a magnificent ancestral culture that left important legacies that human beings of these times can appreciate. The hills speak, the skies speak, the wind speaks.

Four great lordships, which are compared to four different kingdoms, jealously guarded these noble latitudes of other cultures that threatened to possess them.

A Piece of Ceramics Showing the Viva Tlaxcala! Phrase, State of Tlaxcala, Mexico
A Piece of Ceramics Showing the Viva Tlaxcala! Phrase, State of Tlaxcala, Mexico

In our days, all those rivalries are now deep down in the ocean of history. That legacy, that inheritance, is waiting to murmur their secrets to visitors. Let’s then move on to the small state of Tlaxcala, small in territorial dimensions, large in travel experiences.

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Let’s go then to the Magno side A and B of the state of Tlaxcala.

 

Side A

 

Magno side A to thank a lot. It’s a relaxed state to travel through it. This region of Mexico invites us to conquer its treasures, both pre-Hispanic and colonial, as well as its natural attractions.

Tlaxcala isn’t a state of great territorial extensions, visiting its cities, and its magical towns, allows us to move easily by ground between these exciting tourist destinations.

Tlaxcala state seeks nowadays to settle in the minds of both local and foreign visitors, as an alternative option to those already installed in the minds of travelers.

Cities like the capital city of Tlaxcala and Apizaco, exquisite magical towns, full of those historic and cultural heritages that we can now savor in our days.

Detail of La Batalla Mural, Cacaxtla Archaeological Zone, Tlaxcala State, Mexico
Detail of La Batalla Mural, Cacaxtla Archaeological Zone, Tlaxcala State, Mexico

Representatives towns like Huamantla and Tlaxco and other populations that although they aren’t officially recognized as magical villages by Mexico’s government “Pueblos Mágicos” tourism program, they exhale magic in the air, they have their “Tlaxcalteca” and Mexican provincial charm.

Some other good choices come from the villages of Santa Ana Chiautempan, Xaltocan, San Pablo del Monte, Zacatelco, Xaloztoc, Panotla, and Papalotla.

Tlaxcala offers us a relaxed, friendly travel experience without any rush or stress. Festive, colorful, and engaging. Somewhat unknown. Magno side A. Necessary in specific trips where the main objective is to abstract from the monotony.

This is Tlaxcala. A haven of history, culture, and tradition near the capital city of Mexico.

Tlaxcala is great, isn’t it? Let me suggest you rent a car to drive in Tlaxcala.

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Side B

 

When Tlaxcala parties, it puts on long tablecloths. That’s how we say here in Mexico, when a family, a state, a region or a population celebrates and delivers the best it has to offer the locals and travelers.

Throughout the calendrical year, several “Tlaxcalteca” towns adorn themselves with their best riches, and the rest is for us to be present to take part in the delicious party atmosphere.

One of these sides B is that the hotel offer isn’t abundant as in other states of Mexico, I can say that it’s sufficient for regular visitor flows. However, if you want to attend one of these celebrations, you must consider booking your accommodation with several months in advance.

A Tlaxcala Capital City Coobblestone Street with the Fonda del Convento Restaurant in the Background, Tlaxcala State, Mexico
A Tlaxcala Capital City Coobblestone Street with the Fonda del Convento Restaurant in the Background, Tlaxcala State, Mexico

One of these examples leads me to mention the magical village of Huamantla, which in August, celebrates the festivities in honor of the “Virgen de la Caridad.”

Within these festivities, the Mexican version of the Spanish “San Fermines” stars the celebration.

They are known as the “Huamantlada.” Likewise, the panorama is full of folkloric fairs and festivities dedicated to the various Catholic patron saints.

So, due to these circumstances, staying in cities such as Tlaxcala, Apizaco, or the magical village of Huamantla are options that we cannot fail to consider. Some other towns have basic and modest lodging options for travelers.

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The Magno Recommendation:

 

Here is one resulting from my own experience. Suppose for any reason, Tlaxcala or an inland state village or town lodging options are running out. In that case, an excellent alternative for lodging is Apizaco, a small and relaxed town of Tlaxcala state too.

Located just forty minutes from the capital city, Apizaco represents a Magno option B for taking refuge in the state where its inhabitants appreciate bullfighting.

More options? Sure. But it’s located a little further from the capital Tlaxcala. The city of Puebla, in the state of the same name. This beautiful capital city of Puebla state is just an hour away on the 150D federal highway.

Here in the capital city of Puebla, you’ll have a sophisticated menu of lodging options to choose from.

A Statue of the Brave, Historic Warrior Tlahuicole, Tlaxcala State, Mexico
A Statue of the Brave, Historic Warrior Tlahuicole, Tlaxcala State, Mexico

This hotel offer will satisfy for sure the diverse likings of travelers accustomed to more refined lodging offers.

There’s a legend that is installed in Tlaxcala’s history since hundreds of years ago. A formidable and magnificent “Tlaxcalteca” warrior named “Tlahuicole” fell into the Aztecs’ hands.

The Aztec lord and ruler “Moctezuma” saw in him interesting attributes as a warrior to expand the domains of the territories occupied by the Aztecs.

When Tlahuicole finished the military tasks assigned to him, he didn’t wish to return to “Tlaxcaltecas” lands as a traitor, since the Tlaxcaltecas settlements were natural enemies of the Aztecs.

Due to his great love for the “Tlaxcalteca” region and to avoid insulting his brothers in Tlaxcala, he painfully decided that the Aztecs should sacrifice him.

Exploring the state of Tlaxcala and its richness will surely leave a mark on our soul, just as it did on the spirit of the famous and memorable warrior Tlahuicole.

 

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