Be amazed with the splendor of its elegant colonial buildings, its streets and flavors that honor its nickname "the city of the angels".

Legend has it that after the construction of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, engineers and architects wondered how to carry a bell of 8000 kilos. One morning, residents awoke to the news that it was already at the top. This legend is responsible for this beautiful city being called Puebla de los Angeles.


The pièce de résistance of Puebla in culinary terms, a rich, thick mole with more than 20 ingredients, including peppers and chocolate, which gives it its dark brown color. Served with turkey, chicken or shrimp pancakes.


Puebla variation of scone. It is characterized by a bun sprinkled with sesame, that is, the cemita, which is then filled with various ingredients and accompanied by papalo leaves.

Barbacoa en horno de tierra

The result of this dish prepared in an earthen oven for over 8 hours is a tender meat that will delight the visitor.


A fried tortilla with beef, pork or chicken, onions and green or red sauce.

Chiles en Nogada

The ultimate appetizer. A total feast of a dish and it was created to be enjoyed during national holidays, it's prepared with poblano chile, pork, walnuts, pomegranate and peaches, among other ingredients.

Candies Poblanos

Some of them are sweet potatoes, drunks and Santa Clara pancakes.

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