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Tlatlauquitepec, Puebla

At the foot of the Cabezon Hill, this small Magic Town hides all kinds of secrets. Nestled on a ridge almost 9,842 feet above sea level and in a large amount of vegetation, Tlatlauquitepec is also known as the Garden of the Sierra Norte. Its privileged position between cities such as Puebla and Xalapa make it easily accessible and a perfect starting point for an adventure in nature, together with a delicious cuisine and ancient cultural expressions.

How to Get There

Tlatlauquitepec, Puebla

To go from Puebla to Tlatlauquitepec Magic Town you should take freeway 129, which runs through the south of the municipality from the city of Puebla. To go from Xalapa to Tlatlauquitepec, you have to drive past Perote, take highway 131 to Teziutlan. Once there, you take highway 129 which will take you to Tlatlauquitepec. Both routes take about two hours, over an average distance of 93 miles. Buses from the Via line at the Central Bus Station in Puebla (CAPUFE) leave from 4:00 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. The journey takes about two hours.