Within the heart of the Mexican Republic is Tlaxcala, just 120 km east of Mexico City along Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue and then along Highway No. 150 until you find the deviation on the right side that leads to the state capital.

Another alternative is highway No. 136 Mexico-Veracruz via Texcoco or through the Arco Norte. From Puebla, 32 km from the city along Blvd. 5 de Mayo arriving at the central de abastos and taking the Santa Ana Chiautempan short road, another option is via Blvd. Norte to take highway no. 17 via Zacatelco, 17 Km by toll highway, take road no. 150 Veracruz-Mexico or the Ecological peripheral at the point where they cross, take the highway to San Lorenzo Almecatla to immediately take the Puebla-Zacatelco-Tlaxcala highway and in just 12 minutes you will be in the city of Tlaxcala. 300 km from the Port of Veracruz on federal highway No. 136 and 128 km from the city of Pachuca, Hidalgo on federal highway no. 136 Mexico Veracruz via Texcoco, Calpulalpan.

Tlaxcala has an area of 3,991 square km. The average height of the territory is 2,200 meters above sea level. Tlaxcala is divided into 60 municipalities and the climate of the territory is temperate sub- humid with rainfall from May to October. The climate allows you to admire a great diversity of flora and fauna.

Tlaxcala is the cradle of miscegenation, proof of this is the historical and cultural accumulation that since the colonial era was reflected in its most valued buildings, such as the Historic Center of the capital city, whose initial layout dates back to 1525.