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We start our tour in Alvarado, just 72 km away. South of the Port of Veracruz at the mouth of the Blanco and Papaloapan rivers, it owes its name in honor of the conqueror Pedro de Alvarado. It’s a picturesque place, famous for the joy and mischief of its people, they are also distinguished by their rich gastronomy, festivals and traditions, and the Fair of the Crosses in the month of May. We will visit the Rosario Church, the Plaza de Armas, and the fishermen’s wharf, to later arrive at Tlacotalpan–considered a cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO, and is located 18 km from Alvarado, the cradle of Veracruz’s folklore, festivals, and traditions. We will take a tour across its streets, contemplating the simple and colorful architecture of its houses with traditional furniture. We will also visit the Ferrando Museum and the Museum of the famous composer Agustin Lara; the Church of the Virgen de la Candelaria, the patron saint of this place, and the unique Nezahualcóyotl Theater. Then, we will enjoy the typical sweets and handicrafts of the place.

Minimum: 02 Pax.

Operation: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7

Inclusions: Round transportation and bilingual guide, entrance to the ex-hacienda museum de Lencero and anthropology museum.

Exclusions: Lunch, drinks, tips.

Schedule: 09:00 – 17:00 hrs.

Approx duration:  8 hrs.

Not operating days: December 25th, January 1st