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“La Bola” and I decided to go see the fireflies and this time we invited friends and family to join us. But, to take advantage of the weekend, we decided to make a route through Tlaxcala. We left Mexico City around 8 am and 1 hour 45 minutes later we arrived to Tlaxcala. We arrived […]
A beautiful spectacle you can’t miss!
Many foreigners living in Mexico may have never heard of the country’s smallest state, Tlaxcala. The area’s history, from pre-Hispanic kingdom to the present, seems to revolve around maintaining its independence and identity, first from the Aztecs, then the Spanish and in more modern times, the state of Puebla, which surrounds it on three sides. […]
Huamantla is one of many hidden gems in Mexico, even though it is only 2 hours northeast of Mexico City. If known by foreigners, it is associated with images of bull-running and giant flower carpets related to the Huamantla, the annual festival in August for the city’s patron saint. However, just off the main square, […]
Mexico, Sep. 28 (Notimex).- With the participation of 14 groups, seven of which come from Spain, Russia, United States, Czech Republic and, for the first time, Greece and just over 115 activities scheduled from October 9 to 20, the 31st International Puppet Festival "Rosete Aranda" will be held.
Tlaxcala, Mexico, Sep. 2 (Notimex).- Representatives of Ecuador, United States, Nicaragua, Colombia, Cuba and Mexico will participate in the V International Chamber Choir Festival, to be held from September 23 to 29 in Tlaxcala.
Tlaxcala, Mexico, Aug. 15 (Notimex) .- During the 2016 season, the Sanctuary of Fireflies, in the municipality of Nanacamilpa, Tlaxcala, was visited by 80 thousand domestic and foreign tourists, breaking the record number of visitors, the Ministry of Tourism of Tlaxcala reported.