Tlaxcala is the smallest state in México. It has a great cultural and natural wealth: three coniferous forests, its Nahua and Otomí culture, imposing archaeological remains of ancestral cultures, fascinating landscapes, and a perfect combination of tradition, culture, nature, crafts and gastronomy.
Considered cradle of the nation and miscegenation, Tlaxcala intertwines the Pre-hispanic tradition with the Spanish in festivals and popular fairs. In addition, the region is pulque producer by excellence, that is why it counts with great Haciendas and good places to taste and learn the history of this millenary drink. The landscape of Tlaxcala is composed of extensive plains that alternate with mountain ranges and volcanic buildings.