Breakfast. Meeting with the guide at the hotel lobby, and we say goodbye to Mexico City. Our route lies in the city of Oaxaca, but on the way we will visit one of the five most beautiful and significant colonial cities of Mexico, Puebla. Already at the entrance of the city, you will surely impress with its architecture. Because UNESCO included this city in the world Heritage list for its unique architecture and historical value. Puebla was the first city built by the Spanish colonizers on the ruins of an Indian settlement. Like many colonial cities, Puebla has many churches and temples, more than 70. Of course, you will visit the most important. Moreover, you walk in the streets with colored houses, look at the shop with Talavera ( the world famous finishing tiles, originally from Puebla, but used in many countries), visit the local market and get the opportunity to enjoy delicious national dish – chicken in chocolate sauce (mole poblano). After enjoying the beauty of a fairytale town, we will continue our journey through the scenic mountainous area covered with the famous giant cactus, we will make a stop to take photos on the background of this typical Mexican landscape. In the evening, arriving to Oaxaca, we walk through the quiet colonial city, where you can see the main Cathedral of our lady of Solitude built in the XV century and a small Church, typical for cities of that era; we’ll see craft shops, where craftsmen sell handcrafted products from textiles, ceramics, wood and metal.
Accommodation at the hotel.