we visited too many iglesias so not that special for me. of course it was beautiful but similar to others for me.
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If you are lucky you can catch a guided tour, the guides are very inviting and the explanations worth the tip. The chapel has intricate decorative details, if you have some time available, pay attention to them.
Nothing can really prepare you for the opulence of this chapel it is really magnificent and the detail incredible. However, a small part of me couldn't help thinking the money would have been better spent elsewhere.
It was a beautiful experience, it worth the one day trip from Mexico city to Puebla .The gold art around the altar was impressive and the Chapel is well maintain. It is a must see place
The guide insisted to bring us visiting this church before leaving Puebla, and.... we understood why when entering this 8th World Marvel. DON'T MISS IT.
The Rosary Chapel, inside Santo Domingo in Puebla, is very well worth visiting! Just the pleasure of admiring the inlaid gold work is worth it. You can spend hours admiring all the art work, while wondering if doing it today would be possible or even...More
This is one of the "don't miss" sites in Puebla, near the center of town, of course, as the church is extremely old. Pretty rococo, bring a camera. I always enjoy viewing these rather gaudy churches, although I'm not Catholic so some of the meaning...More
This is a very ornate church that is almost overwhelming. I suggest spending some time just sitting and looking. There is quite a bit of gold adding to the sense of awe. It's one of those places you have to experience to understand.
Staying at Hotel Casona de China Polano, La Rayna Talavera workshop, the tiled churches in San Francisco Chulula, dinner at La Rayna and Casona de la China Poblana, and the Museum Amparo