As Mexico’s largest fertility center, Instituto Ingenes offers Puebla patients access to the most advanced fertility treatment options available. Our center is conveniently located in the San Andres Cholula area, at the entrance of Lomas Angelópolis, the area with an exclusive value in Puebla.
The center of approximately 900 square meters, offers warm and cozy facilities to make your experience pleasant and exclusive. The clinic has fully equipped facilities including an operating theatre, a reception area, a waiting room, medical consultation rooms, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and andrology laboratories, and private recovery rooms, amongst others. The team includes 25 multidisciplinary experts.
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday: 08:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Saturday: 08:00 to 14:00 hrs.
Treatments: over 400
Open since: 2018
Address: Via Atlixcayotl 6514 Of. 300, 3rd Floor, San Bernardino Tlaxcalancingo, San Andrés Cholula, 72820 Puebla.
Puebla City, which sits at the foot of the Popocatepetl volcano. Founded in 1531, Puebla retains its authenticity as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Roam the Zócalo (city center), home to beautiful colonial architecture, including more than 70 churches and thousands of buildings, many adorned with painted Talavera azulejos (ceramic tile). Wander down la Calle de los Dulces (the candy street) and visit the National Palace in the main plaza.
Take time to stroll and enjoy the shady central plaza on your own. Visit the Palafoxiana Library, Barrio de Los Sapos and Cathedral which boasts two of the tallest bell towers in Mexico.
Barroco International Museum
The Barroco International Museum was designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito and it has the essence of the complex Baroque period of the 17th and 18th centuries, while also touching upon features of the contemporary Neo-Baroque.
Visit this historic town, considered the oldest living city (continuously inhabited) in the Americas. The Popocatepetl volcano towers over Cholula which is home to the Great Pyramid, the largest in the world today. Frightened by zealous Aztec worship of the indigenous, the Spanish hoped to seize power by demolishing ritual centers and building their own churches right on top of the temples’ foundations.
Santa Maria Tonantzintla Village
Visit its church, one of the most exquisite places of worship in Mexico. Combining European and indigenous Mexican cultures, the 17th-century church showcases an architectural style known as Indigenous Baroque.