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Tlaxcala intro. Tlaxcala is a tiny part of Mexico with a small population and a wealth of historical attractions. Major archaeological sites draw tourists, students and researchers from all over the world. Tlaxcala hotels are few in number but seem to match the amount of tourist traffic that passes through town. Advance bookings are always advisable but walk in guests should be able to find a room most nights of the year. Hotels in Tlaxcala may be located near the archaeological site of Xochitecati which dates from around 300BC. Other Tlaxcala hotels may be closer to the sister site of Cacaxtla which dates from around the same ancient period and which contains equally impressive ruins. Here, Mayan ruins and pyramids can be explored and the brightly coloured murals that are a feature of the ruins at Cacaxtla are incredibly well preserved and the coloured tiles and stones remain bright and vivid in the present day.