Chautla Hacienda

The Ex-Hacienda de Chautla, with its grand English-style manor, sits like a storybook castle amidst lush grounds and a tranquil lake, offering a glimpse into Mexico's opulent past. Read more

Book my trip to Chautla Hacienda
Door-to-Door transfer

Our driver will pick you up and drop you off exactly at the address you specify

Custom International Taxi

Travel with us in comfort and visit the beautiful places of Europe

Do you need a ride to Chautla Hacienda?
Book a trip with our private driver

Pickup location
Drop-off location
Departure Date
Departure Time
How many passengers?
Need help?

Ride with our intercity taxi!
Visit Chautla Hacienda in 2024

Ex-Hacienda de Chautla creates a unique juxtaposition of Mexican history with European architectural flair. This 19th-century estate in the state of Puebla was once a major agricultural hub. Today, it has been transformed into a cultural and recreational park. The highlight is the stunning English-style mansion, known as "El Castillo," which seems to float on the small lake it overlooks. This picturesque scene is often reflected in the tranquil waters, providing a perfect photo opportunity for visitors. The sprawling 60-hectare grounds are ideal for picnics, family outings, and leisurely walks, with various flora and fauna enhancing the estate's natural beauty. Chautla is also a favored site for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts. The Hacienda preserves the charm of a bygone era, with facilities that have been carefully restored to offer guests a touch of historical elegance. Its walls echo with the stories of the past, while its peaceful ambiance invites guests to create new memories.
Chautla Hacienda is not just a trip to a historic site but an immersive experience that combines natural beauty, architecture, and a rich cultural heritage, providing a delightful day trip for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life.

19.314205, -98.470956 Open in Google Maps

The most famous sights
What to do in Chautla Hacienda

El Castillo

The centerpiece of the estate, El Castillo is a picturesque mansion where visitors can explore historical rooms and enjoy the impressive view of the surrounding lake and gardens.

The Lake

Encircling El Castillo, the lake offers paddleboat rentals for a leisurely row on the water, and its calm waters are a haven for local waterfowl.

The Chapels

The Hacienda features several chapels, showcasing different architectural styles and offering insight into the religious practices of the estate's former inhabitants.

The English Garden

Laid out in a style reminiscent of English landscapes, the garden is a peaceful spot for a stroll, adorned with various species of plants and trees.

Agricultural Museum

The museum exhibits the Hacienda's agricultural past, with displays of antique farming equipment and historical documents.

The Aqueduct

This historic structure was essential for irrigation on the estate and stands as a testament to the ingenuity of past engineers.

The Grotto

A natural grotto on the grounds provides a cool retreat and a moment of quiet contemplation amidst the sounds of dripping water.


Once used to produce flowers and vegetables for the estate, the greenhouses can be visited to see a variety of plant species.


The lake is stocked with fish, allowing visitors to try their hand at fishing in designated areas.

Picnic Areas

Scattered throughout the property, numerous picnic spots invite families and friends to relax and enjoy the serene environment.

What else to visit
In and around Chautla Hacienda

Cacaxtla-Xochitecatl Archeological Site (14.81 km)

Journey into the heart of ancient Mexico at Cacaxtla-Xochitecatl, where the echoes of the Olmeca-Xicalanca people still resonate among the ruins and murals that date back to the height of their civilization.

Exconvento de Calpan (22.99 km)

The Exconvento de Calpan stands as a silent narrator of Mexico's profound history, an architectural relic that embodies the fusion of Spanish and indigenous cultures.

Val'Quirico (23.35 km)

Val'Quirico, a storybook village in Mexico, presents an enchanting slice of Europe with its cobbled streets and Tuscan-inspired architecture—a serene escape in the heart of Latin America.

Tlaxcala (25.02 km)

Tlaxcala, a hidden gem amidst Mexico's grandeur, beckons with its rich tapestry of history, culture, and unspoiled beauty – a testament to the endurance of Mexico's smallest state.

Puebla (40.82 km)

Puebla, a cultural gem nestled in the heart of Mexico, offers a vivid tableau of colonial architecture, gastronomic excellence, and a rich tapeorial history.

Atlixco (44.96 km)

Atlixco, known as "the city of flowers," blooms in the heartland of Puebla, Mexico, with its vibrant floral displays and serene climate, beckoning travelers to its colorful streets and tranquil gardens.

Experience the Journey

Visit Chautla Hacienda with us during a road trip between European cities!

Traveling is much easier with our service! Book your trip, the local driver will pick you up at the agreed date and time at the hotel and transfer you to your final destination through European cities with their own stops. And yes, even in Chautla Hacienda!

Trust us to ensure a carefree journey to Chautla Hacienda thanks to English-speaking local drivers

Travel with us comfortably, safely and without stress! You do not have to worry about missed flights, delayed trains or overpriced taxis. Our driver will do his best to meet your requirements.