Plaza de Revolución
This multi-block park, recently renovated and re-planted, is an attractive counter to the centro histórico’ s zocálo. The park is...
Museo del Ferrocarril
This excellent railway museum is housed in Puebla’s former train station and the spacious grounds surrounding it, and has activities for...
This house is filled with the diverse art and crafts collection of the 19th-century industrialist Bello family. The new entrance fee is...
Librería Cafetería Teorema
This wonderful bookstore-cafe, the epicenter of Puebla’s bohemian cultural life, fills with a mixed crowd of students and professors...
Mercado de Sabores Poblanos
The 6570-sq-m Mercado de Sabores Poblanos is a thrilling addition to Puebla’s food scene. A sparkling food court serves local...
Talavera Uriarte information
Lonely Planet review
Unlike most of Puebla’s Talavera shops, Uriarte still makes its pottery on-site. The showroom displays a gorgeous selection of high-quality, intricately-painted pieces. Founded in 1824, the company is now owned by a Canadian expat. Factory tours are offered 10am to 1pm Monday through Friday.