Puebla’s central plaza was originally a marketplace where bullfights, theater and hangings occurred, before assuming its current...
Puebla’s impressive cathedral, which appears on Mexico’s M$500 bill, occupies the entire block south of the zócalo . Its architecture is...
Casa de la Cultura
Occupying the entire block facing the south side of the cathedral, the former bishop’s palace is a classic 17th-century brick-and-tile...
El Patio de las Ranas
Operated by ADO bus lines, this four-hour, double-decker bus tour gives an overview of Puebla’s centro histórico and the nearby town of Cholula. Leaves from the west side of the zócalo .