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Pahuatlan, Puebla

The communion of the Nahuatl and Otomi cultures is evident in this Magical Town, the administrative center of an area that enjoys a splendid climate for the harvest and is protected by the imposing mountains of the eastern Sierra Madre. In addition to its crops, among which coffee and avocados stand out, the area is rich in crafts, as the inhabitants continue making, among other things, the type of paper with the longest history in the country: amate paper.

How to Get There

Pahuatlan, Puebla

From Mexico City, the shortest way is along the Arco Norte route, which connects to Federal Route 132. After Tulancingo, Hidalgo, you must turn left at Santa Maria Asuncion, onto the minor state road that takes you to Pahuatlan.