Next door to the Jesuit church is the 16th-century Edificio Carolino, now the main building of Universidad Autónoma de Puebla.
Iglesia de la Compañía
This Jesuit church with a 1767 Churrigueresque facade is also called Espíritu Santo. Beneath the altar is a tomb said to be that of a...
Puebla’s impressive cathedral, which appears on Mexico’s M$500 bill, occupies the entire block south of the zócalo . Its architecture is...
All Day Café
This cafe-bar, a student hangout just off Plazuela de los Sapos, is housed in a bright courtyard and turns into a club in the evenings....
This (entirely meat-free) godsend for vegetarians is a great place for lunch, and is moments from the zócalo and the Museo Amparo. The...
Lonely Planet review
It’s easy to see why this excellent wood oven pizzeria – with dim lighting, terracotta walls and beamed ceilings – is a popular date spot. In addition to a wide selection of fine, thin-crust pies, there’s decent wine and traditional Italian accompaniments, like caprese salads. Because the dining room is small, a reservation wouldn’t hurt.