Puebla


The state of Puebla combines history, tradition, art, architecture and its traditional flavors. Located in the central region of ​​the country, it borders the states of Tlaxcala and Hidalgo to the north and Oaxaca to the south. It is one of the favorite destinations for travelers due to the beauty of its attractions and its unique gastronomy.

Puebla de Zaragoza is the capital and its largest city. Due to its cultural wealth, it was declared a Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO.

During your visit, you will admire the architecture of its cathedral and colonial buildings, you must visit the Museo Internacional del Barroco (International Museum of Baroque Art), the Forts of Loreto and Guadalupe, try the mole (traditional sauce), the chiles en nogada (stuffed chile) and the camote (sweet potatoes).

You can see the most beautiful landscapes in its Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns). In Cuetzalan you will be surprised with waterfalls, grottoes, mountains and you will learn about their traditions and rituals. Soak up the calm and provincial spirit of Chignahuapan, where you will find hot springs, and learn about the art of making Christmas ornaments, a typical activity of the region. Enjoy a family day in the streets of Atlixco, guarded by the Popocatépetl volcano.

In Cholula you will find the largest pyramid in Mesoamerica, its prehispanic sanctuaries, as well as various colonial temples.

The State of Puebla awaits you with its ancestral traditions, beautiful nature and unique flavors.
The state of Puebla combines history, tradition, art, architecture and its traditional flavors. Located in the central region of ​​the country, it borders the states of Tlaxcala and Hidalgo to the north and Oaxaca to the south. It is one of the favorite destinations for travelers due to the beauty of its attractions and its unique gastronomy.

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Puebla de Zaragoza is the capital and its largest city. Due to its cultural wealth, it was declared a Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO.

During your visit, you will admire the architecture of its cathedral and colonial buildings, you must visit the Museo Internacional del Barroco (International Museum of Baroque Art), the Forts of Loreto and Guadalupe, try the mole (traditional sauce), the chiles en nogada (stuffed chile) and the camote (sweet potatoes).

You can see the most beautiful landscapes in its Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns). In Cuetzalan you will be surprised with waterfalls, grottoes, mountains and you will learn about their traditions and rituals. Soak up the calm and provincial spirit of Chignahuapan, where you will find hot springs, and learn about the art of making Christmas ornaments, a typical activity of the region. Enjoy a family day in the streets of Atlixco, guarded by the Popocatépetl volcano.

In Cholula you will find the largest pyramid in Mesoamerica, its prehispanic sanctuaries, as well as various colonial temples.

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