Veracruz (State)
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Our most recommended Veracruz (State) Coffee Tours

  • Cordoba and Orizaba: Coffee Sierra Day Trip

    1. Cordoba and Orizaba: Coffee Sierra Day Trip

    Start the tour at the Coffee Museum and learn about the history of Mexican coffee. Then head to Cordoba, the renowned 'City of the 30 Knights'. See the main square where most of the buildings of architectural and historic value are located included the City Hall, La Parroquia, and the Zevallos Portal where the Treaty of Cordoba was signed. Continue on to the historic center of Orizaba which was founded in the 16th-century. Visit the art museum and the Palacio de Hierro, a building structure that was brought from Belgium. Ride the cable car for a panoramic view of the city.

  • Tlacotalpan & Alvarado Day Trip

    2. Tlacotalpan & Alvarado Day Trip

    Get to know a pair of charming historic cities that show off the idyllic local life around Veracruz. This tour brings you to the colorful colonial-style buildings of Tlacotalpan and the scenic fishing community of Alvarado, beautiful examples of small-town life on the shores of eastern Mexico. Tlacotalpan, it is a historic port on the Papaloapan River that is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Known as the Pearl of Papaloapan, the city is filled with well-preserved architecture dating back to the colonial period, when its harbor received large sailing ships and schooners from across the Atlantic. This town with well-preserved architecture and traditions. It's time to visit the coastal trade city of Alvarado. Known for its seafood, coffee, and sugar, the city shows off a wealth of beautiful riverine carpentry that you can admire.

  • From Veracruz or Boca del río: Coffee Tour in Coatepec

    3. From Veracruz or Boca del río: Coffee Tour in Coatepec

    Travel to Coatepec and explore a coffee hacienda and coffee plantations. Marvel at the old benefit and the roasting craftsmanship and taste delicious coffee, before enjoying a tour of the magical town center of Coatepec. Start with the history of coffee and the farm. Embark on an adventure in the cloud forest, watching the vegetables that are grown in small greenhouses. Journey to the past as you observe small traces of pots from the area that was occupied by the Mexica. Find out how coffee first arrived in America and Mexico. Feel the peace and tranquility of the forest. Find out how the quality of coffee starts from its origin and marvel at the exhibition of the thirty-five varieties of coffee once you are in the demonstration farm. Visit the old coffee mill Gold Ball, which exhibits machinery from the 19th century, where you can enjoy an interesting explanation about the proces...

  • From Veracruz: Xalapa, Xico & Coatepec Culture & Coffee Tour

    4. From Veracruz: Xalapa, Xico & Coatepec Culture & Coffee Tour

    Start the tour at 8 AM where you will be picked up from the lobby of your hotel in Veracruz, then travel to Xalapa for 1.5-hours. When you arrive, gain an introduction to the city known as a 'pueblos mágicos', and learn everything you wanted to know about the famous local coffee known as 'veracruzano'. Find out why the city was named 'The Flowers City' due to its gardens and fog, and is also known as 'Atenas Veracruzana' due to its culture and history. Then, visit the Anthropological Museum of Xalapa which contains the 2nd most important prehispanic Mesoamérica collections in the world including Olmeca, Totonaca, and Huasteca objects. After this, stop in El Lencero Hacienda, an old building full of colonial-era furniture, objects, and utensils set amongst stunning gardens and courtyards. Next, visit the villages of Xico and Coatepec, which have also both been appointed as 'pueblos mági...

  • From Veracruz: Xico and Coatepec Day Trip

    5. From Veracruz: Xico and Coatepec Day Trip

    Discover the traditions, culture, and gastronomy of two of Veracruz's most magical towns on this day trip. Start your tour at a coffee museum in Coatepec where you will learn about the region's coffee-making history. Continue your tour through the coffee plantations on the way to the Texolo waterfall, one of the highest in the state. Admire the waterfalls from 2 different viewpoints in the town of Xico. Here, enjoy a guided tour of the colonial buildings, stone walkways, and old houses, and learn more about the region's traditional crafts and gastronomy. Finish your tour with a guided tour of Coatepec, a town known for its exceptional coffee production, the warmth of its people, and its traditional gastronomy. Enjoy a guided tour of the historic center and learn more about the region's colonial past. Purchase some typical regional products and don't leave without trying some famous chu...

  • Xalapa, Xico, & Coatepec: Coffee Circuit Day-Trip

    6. Xalapa, Xico, & Coatepec: Coffee Circuit Day-Trip

    Make the first stop at the El Lencero hacienda, an old farm and plantation house with 500 years of history and constantly changing owners, among them Antonio López de Santa Anna. Continue on to Xalapa, where you can choose to visit the 2nd largest anthropology museum in the country. Learn about the wealth of the 3 cultures that originate from the region including the Olmec, Totonac, and Huastec peoples. Or visit the Coffee Museum in Coatepec. Learn about the region's coffee history and take the opportunity to taste a natural coffee cup. Continue the tour through coffee plantations on the way to Downtown Coatepec, known for its exceptional coffee production. Continue to Downtown Xico, characterized as a colonial village with stone walkways and ancient houses. Finally, arrive at the Texolo Waterfall just outside Xico. See the water from 2 viewpoints.

  • Coatepec: Enjoy the Coffee Route

    7. Coatepec: Enjoy the Coffee Route

    Discover the history and process of one of the most loved and traditional beverages in the world. Learn about coffee beans from planting to roasting to brewing the perfect cup and gain a new perspective on coffee. An extraordinary tour of the most representative coffee plantation in the region that for the first time opens its doors to the visitor to show the coffee trip from the farm to cup. You will visit the old benefit of the Café Bola de Oro in which machinery from the late nineteenth century is exhibited. In one of the old cellars where the grain is still stored, learn about roasting and partake in a coffee tasting led by an expert. To end, arrive at the magical town of Coatepec. Immerse yourself in the fragrance of roasted coffee, wander the town's charming streets, and learn all about the magical process that turns a red coffee cherry into a delicious cup of coffee.

  • Full Day Xalapa, Coatepec & Xico Tour from Veracruz

    8. Full Day Xalapa, Coatepec & Xico Tour from Veracruz

    On this tour, we will start our visit with Ex hacienda de Lencero Museum, the house of the former president Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana. See antique furniture and the personal belongings of one of the most colorful characters in the history of Mexico. It is a place surrounded by beautiful gardens, a lake and coffee plantations. We will have a panoramic tour of the capital. The main points of interest are "El palacio de Gobierno" (The Goverment Palace), "La Catedral de Monseñor Guizar y Valencia" (The Cathedral of the Bishop Guizar y Valencia), "Zona Universitaria" (University Zone), "Paseo de los Lagos", "Callejón del Diamante" (Diamond Alley). Then visit XICO a magical world of ancient traditions and legends, surrounded by green hills and mountains at 2800 meters above the sea. We will go to the "parish of Maria Magdalena XVI", the museum of clothing, "the house of Tomoxtle" that is a ...

  • From Veracruz: Xalapa Guided Tour with Coffee Museum Visit

    9. From Veracruz: Xalapa Guided Tour with Coffee Museum Visit

    Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Xalapa on this day trip. Start your trip with a guided tour of the Xalapa city center, where flowers and culture await you around every corner. In the company of your local guide, discover the city's lakes, alleyways, and colorful buildings. Later, visit the Museum of Anthropology, considered the second most important Museum of Archeology in Mexico. Walk through the museum examining the 1000s of artifacts housed inside and delve into the rich culture of Mexico. Finish your tour with a drive through the coffee plantations on the outskirts of the city to reach the coffee museum. Here, learn all about the region's coffee-making history and savor a cup of freshly-brewed coffee.

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