5. Craft Beer Tour in Cholula

Description

 

Why are you going to love it?

  • Visit 3 different Craft Beer Factories and learn the process to produce the beer.
  • You will visit San Pedro and San Andrés Cholula.
  • Taste 9 different type of craft beers.
  • Get on and off the Tram at any point of interest. 

Stops in:

  1. “Zócalo de San Pedro Cholula” (Former Convent of San Gabriel, Royal Chapel and Pyramid).
  2. Optional Stop at the Ethnobotanical Garden Francisco Peláez, where you can have a workshop (not included) on medicinal plants, culinary herbs or aromatherapy.
  3. Cantor Corona Talavera Factory.
  4. Temple of San Francisco Acatepec.
  5. Temple of St. Mary Tonanzintla to visit its Temple.
  6. Craft beer factories.

 

Your experience

We will start from the San

We start our tour at San Pedro Cholula at the  Plaza de la Concordia, which is flanked by the Convento de San Gabriel built by Franciscans in 1549 on the site of the ruins of a temple  dedicated to Quetzalcóat. We continue pass by the Great Pyramid of Cholula, the largest in the world if we consider the basement. On the top, you will admire the Nuestra Señora de los Remedios Temple, built by the Spaniards in 1549. We continue to San Andrés Cholula, where we will stop for a moment so you can visit the beautiful parish.

We visit three craft beer producers to taste 3 types of beer of each brand. A brewmaster will explain the process of production and you will taste three different kind of beers in each beer house.

We board again the tram and then stop at San Francisco Acatepec and Santa María Tonanzintla temples where will admire the Mexican baroque style. This last church was completed by the indigenous using the expressive scope of the Baroque style, they managed to capture their own universe in the plaster: dark-skinned angels, children with feathered headdress, fruit and ears of corn. There is no corner that hasn’t been decorated, leaving no gaps and demonstrating a lot of love and care.

We continue our tour to San Pedro Cholula, passing by the wizards house, to finally stop  San Pedro Cholula zocalo.

Details and Prices

Prices:

Adult $315 pesos – Child $160  pesos: Transportation by tram starting in Cholua, visit to the 3 craft beer factories; stops at the Temples of Santa María Tonanzintla and San Francisco Acatepec and traveler insurance. Does not include entrance to pyramids or museums.

2. Tram with stop at the Ethnobotanical Garden|

Adult $360 pesos- Child $200 pesos :

Duration |

1. Tram route |

4 hours

Schedule |

1. Tram route |

It works from Friday to Sunday with departures at 1.15 pm.

Recommendations

Bring comfortable clothes, hat, cap, sunscreen and extra money for personal expenses.

Meeting point for both options:

Tip Tours & DMC Module, Zócalo de San Pedro Cholula in front of the “Casa del Caballero Águila” Museum or Tip Tours & DMC Module, San Miguelito Tourist Corridor.

Restrictions

Price per person in Mexican pesos. Rates subject to availability when booking. Does not apply for Groups or in conjunction with other Promotions. Does not include personal expenses or transfers not mentioned. Supplements may apply during high season. The aforementioned places to admire within the route are subject to access, works, etc. of the destination that could affect or change the route of the route.

Booking policy

Once you have made your booking, you will receive a confirmation email where you will be sent the instructions for payment and to take the tour. On the day of the tour, you must have your proof of payment printed along with an identification and present it to the Tip Tours representative in Tip Module located inside the Municipal Tourism Office. Before finalizing your reservation, you must read the Tour Terms and Conditions and they will be accepted when you select this box.

Additional information

Age

Adult, Child (-11 years old)

Service

Tram – Combo, Tram route

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