Tuneles de Puebla
Tuneles de Puebla
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GaryInFairfax
Fairfax, VA17 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Couples
There seems to be a lot of confusion about the tunnels of Pueblo. The main thing to know is that there are two different locations. The first is called Los Secretos de Puebla on Google maps and is located across Ave 2 Ote from Ikonik Hotel Puebla. This is the smaller of the two tunnels. It is only about 50m long and follows the old path of the San Francisco river, which is now buried. It's a little stinky, but interesting. There is also a small museum. The other location is called Historic Passage May 5 and also Tunel Secrets Puebla on Google maps. It is about 1.4km north of the first tunnel along 5 de Mayo blvd. The entrance is right next to the street and looks like a subway entrance. Tunnel is about 500m long and is dry, well lit (though dim) and not smelly. It is generally about 3m high. Along the way there are small displays of artifacts. The exit the tunnel once along the way and re-enter across the street. The final exit is near Parque Lago De Concordia. You cannot enter the tunnel there. Tickets are 26 pesos and are good for both tunnels. You can purchase them at either tunnel entrance.
Written January 22, 2019
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RamonFP1
Wilmington, NC346 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Couples
Impressive they had these tunnels in that years, like 500 years ago.
Worth visiting these historical place and know the story: for church religious people moving?, or doing something else?, hide treasures? Later, defense purpose?
Written June 18, 2018
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jenguertin
Vancouver, WA283 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
The tunnels are full of artifacts and highlighted with sounds and music of the Cinco de Mayo battle. It's a nice hike from downtown Puebla to the Forts. When you get to the top, there is a park and a spot to get a drink or a bite. Beautiful.
Written August 8, 2017
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ana luisa m
Jaipur, India29 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
It is incredible how old the Pyramid was and the Spaniards did not disscover it but nevertheless they buit a church on top of the hill.
It called my attention that two different religions, or cults, many many centuries appart found this hill to be a place with a spiritual force or something and they decided to honor their gods right there.
Written October 9, 2019
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H M
New Braunfels, TX73 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Solo
I went through the tunnels with my guide from the Spanish Institute of Puebla. It was fascinating to see these tunnels, which have been there for 500 years. I would highly recommend them.
Written January 14, 2019
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GeoffREE
British Columbia, Canada32 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Friends
We first found the tunnel exit which is near the duck pond/peddle boat pond in the park, which is in turn found down the hill from the fort. Walking down the hill from the pond you'll come to a roundabout which has a lot of taxis for you to catch later if you need one. Walking along Calle 4 Nte you pass through an area with interesting murals. Turn right When you reach the Blvd Heroes del 5 de Mayo & you're at the entrance. It was 25 pesos, and about 15-30 minutes depending on how often you stop. The tunnel itself is well kept with neat illumination, sounds, & artifacts. A longer guided tour is available.
Written March 25, 2018
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TravelingFool88005
Las Cruces, NM1,517 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Couples
Not many locals know how to explain where this tunnels are located. They are in the Cinco de Mayo area. They are pretty cool, but everything is in Spanish.
Written January 8, 2018
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BadiaW
Mexico City, Mexico227 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Couples
They are very well kept. Clean and well lit. The information is interesting. It is very cheap. Nothing to make you have an adrenaline rush but nice to see
Written February 17, 2024
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Katie F
Houston, United States5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
Cool way to see the tunnels. Can go quickly if you don't stop and read the info graphics. We'll priced and worth it.
Written November 27, 2023
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Dawn C
Denver83 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019 • Family
We Googled the tunnels and ended up at the third set of tunnels which is very short and a LONG walk from the first two sets of tunnels. We speed walked the mile-plus trek in the heat just in time to get to the main entrance prior to closing. The staff was kind and let us in. It was worth visiting.
Written April 23, 2019
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