This territory has marked the history of Mexico since pre-Hispanic times, with settlements such as Cholula and the Spaniards founded here an emblematic city of the Baroque style: Puebla de los Ángeles, currently the state capital. Its landscapes are marked by giants such as Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl; while at its tables the flavor of its gastronomy extends to us, recognized by dishes such as chiles en nogada and mole.


City of Puebla

The legend attributes the foundation of Puebla to the divine will: the bishop of Tlaxcala, Julián Garcés, dreamed a field with springs and rivers while two angels defined what their limits would be...

Archaeological Sites


The foundation of Cholula occurred in the year 500 before our era...

Magical Towns

Cuetzalan del Progreso

Cuetzalan wakes up every day with the haze that emerges from the Sierra Norte de Puebla...

Magical Towns

Zacatlán de las manzanas

In Mexico, apples have a last name: Zacatlán, Magical Town of the state of Puebla...

Magical Towns


Its name comes from the Nahuatl words "Tlatlahui" which means "coloring" and "Tépetl" which means "hill" ...


The Legend of Popo and Izta

Many moons ago and many suns there was a town that the gods called Tlaxcala.

Magical Towns


On the threshold of the Sierra Madre Oriental, where the deep and impressive ravines of northern Puebla are born...

Magical Towns


To get there, you must enter the Sierra Magica, cross valleys and cross ravines.

Traditional Music and Dances

The Quetzales Dance

In the beginning, a folk dance is danced by ordinary people.


Talavera Pottery

Puebla, the largest colonial city in Mexico, has an art that distinguishes it in the world: the talavera.


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