Puebla’s impressive cathedral, which appears on Mexico’s M$500 bill, occupies the entire block south of the zócalo . Its architecture is...
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...
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...
It’s easy to see why this excellent wood oven pizzeria – with dim lighting, terracotta walls and beamed ceilings – is a popular date...
Puebla’s central plaza was originally a marketplace where bullfights, theater and hangings occurred, before assuming its current arboretum-like appearance in 1854. The surrounding arcades date from the 16th century. The plaza fills with an entertaining mix of clowns, balloon hawkers, food vendors and people enjoying the free wi-fi on weekend evenings.