A must for visitors, cathedral, museums, tradicional food and drinks, art and culture
Historic center of Puebla. A must see if you come to Puebla. Lots of museums around, restaurants, shopping etc. . Recommendation: Take the tourist bus-tour (ask for the 90 minute one).
"El Zócalo" is the downtown of the city. Is located just 5 minutes by car or if you prefeer to walk, it takes aroud 20 minutes. Here you can visit the Cathedral.
Cozy central plaza founded in 1531, lined with trees and benches. To one side archways housing restaurants, cafés and the municipal building. To the other side is Mexico's second largest cathedral.
“Mexico's revolutionary battle started in the Serdan home located here. The Serdan's were responsible for spreading news of fraud of the 1910 election between Porfirio Diaz vs. Francisco I. Madero.”
“eleférico de Puebla ya se ha convertido en una de las atracciones más famosas de México, en el recorrido en la cabina del Teleférico puede disfrutar de las panorámicas vistas a la ciudad mexicana. El Teleférico permite a sus ocupantes admirar la ciudad en toda su amplitud, además de puntos emblemáticos de la ciudad de Puebla: Catedral Metropolitana, Estrella de Puebla, Estadio de Futbol, Cerro de La Paz, Los Fuertes de Loreto y Guadalupe, Mausoleo al General Ignacio Zaragoza, Centro de Convenciones de Puebla, Volcanes Popocatépetl e Iztaccíhuatl, Auditorio de La Reforma y El Planetario.”
“Puebla Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Puebla's historic centre, in the state of Puebla, Mexico. It is a colonial cathedral, and is the see of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Puebla de los Angeles. The cathedral's bishop is Víctor Sánchez Espinosa. The cathedral is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception. Architecture is awesome!”
“The Chapel of the Virgen del Rosario is the chapel attached to the Church of Santo Domingo in the city of Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. Work of the 17th century, summit of the New Spanish Baroque, was described in its time as the Eighth Wonder of the World by Friar Diego de Gorozpe, in a print of 1690, regarded like this for a long time in the New Spain, as well as La Casa de Oro (The Golden House) and Domus Aurea. It is one of the most prominent examples of the New Spanish Baroque and one of the greatest artistic-religious achievements in Mexico. It is a chapel full of symbolisms, where each element represents something related to the Catholicism and Dominican Order beliefs. It is located on pedestrian avenue 5 de Mayo number 407. The building is part of the Historic Center of Puebla City, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987. ”
“El Parián is Puebla’s largest and only traditional handcraft market. It is one of the most-visited tourist attractions of the city. The buildings originally were always a market, called El Parian, which opened in 1760 and operated until the end of the 19th century. By 1801, it was a major stop and market for caravans bringing goods from Veracruz, Oaxaca, La Costa Chica of Guerrero and Mexico City. Its demise came with the construction of the railroads, devolving into a flea market and market for cheap goods.”