Huaquechula is a small town of 4000 inhabitants, where one of its main attractions are the altars of the Day of the Dead season and the beautiful landscapes that surround it. One of the main economic activities of this municipality is agriculture, in this town beans, corn, peanuts and sorghum are grown mainly.
The main typical dishes of this region are mole, green pipián with zompantle flowers, molotes, black marinade and ash tamales with ayocote beans. We recommend trying the rosquetes, puff pastries, marquesos and polvorones. The activities will be coordinated by AMVIAC and the town hall of Huaquechula. There will be various workshops: chocolate, polychrome clay, chipped wax, ceremonial carpet, visit to the Aqueduct of Matlala, the Páramo of Duendes, Jagüey, traditional altar.