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Puebla Walking City Tour
"Meet your guide in downtown Puebla and get ready to discover why the UNESCO named this city a Human Heritage City. You will start your walking tour by visiting the main square or “Zocalo”. Here you'll see the Cathedral which has the highest towers in the continent and it is recognized for the cultural sculptural and pictorial heritage inside the temple. You will continue to the Rosario Chapel covered with gold and named the 8th Wonder of the World and then see the City Hall. Visit Candy street where you will discover the delicious candies the nuns of the convents invented and end your tour at Parian handcraft market where you can purchase some souvenirs."""
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Panoramic City Tour of Puebla by Double Decker Bus
"Puebla was founded on April 16th 1531 as the first ""perfect"" city in the Americas. From the top of a double-Decker tram you will have a panoramic view of the city and the perfect city layout. The tour starts at the ""Zocalo"" or main city plaza. From this point you will discover the main city buildings facades: the Cathedral (with the tallest towers in America) the Mayor palace and the surrounding buildings. The Historic Center of Puebla (World Heritage by UNESCO since December 1987) contains 2619 monuments distributed across 391 blocks allocated over 6.9 square kilometers; In this tour you will pass by many of"""50-minutes panoramic tour on board of a double-decker bus passing by the Zocalo
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Puebla Walking City Tour
"Meet your guide in downtown Puebla and get ready to discover why the UNESCO named this city a Human Heritage City. You will start your walking tour by visiting the main square or “Zocalo”. Here you'll see the Cathedral which has the highest towers in the continent and it is recognized for the cultural sculptural and pictorial heritage inside the temple. You will continue to the Rosario Chapel covered with gold and named the 8th Wonder of the World and then see the City Hall. Visit Candy street where you will discover the delicious candies the nuns of the convents invented and end your tour at Parian handcraft market where you can purchase some souvenirs."""
From $48.00

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Golden Cookie Shop

This fine restaurant is perfect for breakfast and lunch. It has a bakery that makes fresh bread and sweet rolls every day. Get there before 9:30 to have your choice of bread. It goes very fast. We...
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Frank's

Frank is a nice guy from Canada that escaped the cold winters for the mellow temperatures of Ixtapa. His Sports Bar is located in a central mall area that is easily accessed and has tons of fun things...
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Frank's

Frank is a nice guy from Canada that escaped the cold winters for the mellow temperatures of Ixtapa. His Sports Bar is located in a central mall area that is easily accessed and has tons of fun things...
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Beccofino

This is a fine dining establishment with a waterside table at the Marina. The ambiance is wonderful and the food is absolutely delicious! The wine seemed to be priced a bit too aggressively. They...
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Rueben's

Great Hamburgers prepared on an outdoor barbecue grill over a mesquite fire! If you need a burger, this is the place to go. The kids will love it. The burgers are the main attraction, but save room...
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Mamma Norma & Deborah

This mostly outdoor restaurant offers Mexican and American cuisine. It is run by a lady who defected from British Columbia in 1988 to the warmer climes of Ixtapa. The food is wonderful and the service...
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La Perla

This beachfront restaurant is your best bet for lunch in Zihuatenejo. The people watching on the beach is superb, the beer is ice cold, and the seafood is the freshest possible. This is a very...
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Villa de la Selva

This is a high end, special occasion experience. Villa de la Selva has been around for eons -- it is located in the former villa of a President of Mexico -- and the opportunity to eat such good food...
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Beccofino

This is a wonderful al fresco eating experience with surprisingly great freshness, quality, and service. I really didn't expect (or even want, for that matter) perfect Italian food during my Ixtapa...
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Cafe Morales

Incredibly fresh and authentic...as opposed to neighboring restaurants that ply the tourists for money but are way short on delivery. Anything and everything is great, especially the seafood and...
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