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Puebla Walking Tour

This walking tour takes you around Puebla's exceptional historical center. Wandering through Puebla's streets you will be astounded by the number of lovely colonial buildings with charming detail and colorful tiles, and be surprised by glimpses into elegant courtyards.

Puebla's Zocalo has existed since the founding of the city in 1531 but was mainly used as a marketplace until the 1700s. Throughout history it has been a meeting place and social center of the city. This tree-lined square is surrounded by a variety of shops and restaurants.

The Palacio Municipal, Puebla's town hall, is located on the Zocalo's north side and was completed in 1906.


Puebla Cathedral

Be amazed with the splendor of its elegant colonial buildings, its streets and flavors that honor its nickname "the city of the angels".

Legend has it that after the construction of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, engineers and architects wondered how to carry a bell of 8000 kilos. One morning, residents awoke to the news that it was already at the top. This legend is responsible for this beautiful city being called Puebla de los Angeles.


Estrella de Puebla

La Estrella de Puebla is a tourist Ferris Wheel (Wheel of Fortune, Observation Wheel) located in the city of Puebla de los Ángeles next to the Angelópolis shopping center in the so-called linear park.

The star of was inaugurated on July 22, 2013 by Governor Rafael Moreno Valle and received the Guinness Record for being the largest transportable observation wheel in Latin America.

La Estrella de Puebla is a German-made wheel. It is the R80XL model, which is the largest of the transportable wheels. It is called transportable because at any time it can be disassembled and placed elsewhere.


Africam Safari

Africam Safari is the ideal place for people like you have an adventurous spirit. Here you live with over 2500 animals of 300 species from around the world, in semi-freedom.

We are confident that this will be a completely different experience to those who have lived in traditional zoos, as you can type in paths internarte the fascinating African wilderness, in a safari tour in your car or in one of our buses, so that will be watched by more than 5000 eyes will be YOU.

You will travel across several sections where you can drive in the middle of giraffes, antelopes, zebras, rhinos, deer, Bengal tigers and lions, among others, in shelters specially designed to resemble their natural habitats.



Cholula is considered the oldest city in America, inhabited without interruption since its origins. The former Franciscan convent of San Gabriel, one of the oldest in America, is located in this city. Both the city and the convent rise up next to the Popocatepetl volcano, as if they are trying to reach that snowy giant. Let us not forget the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, built in the sixteenth century by the Spanish and made of domes covered with tiles. It was placed right over the Great Pyramid, the foundation that appears to be a hill rather than an archaeological site. Time, people, and life come and go underneath this site. When visiting this Magical Town, you can explore the Great Pyramid and walk through its maze of tunnels or its outer paths.



In a city that offers so much culturally, it’s hardly surprising that you’ll find numerous and diverse museums. At these places you’ll learn about the history, traditions and culture of the people of Puebla.

  • Museo Internacional del Barroco
  • Arboterra
  • Biblioteca Palafoxiana
  • Museo Bello
  • Casa de Alfeñique o Museo Regional
  • Museo Amparo
  • Museo de Arte Colonial Religioso
  • Museo de Arte Popular Poblano
  • Museo de Ferrocarriles Mexicanos

Los Fuertes

Designed by Mexican architect Enrique Norten, it was built on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Puebla.

It is located on the hill of San Cristóbal and connects between the Fuertes de Guadalupe and Loreto (Museum of Non-Intervention), the Ignacio Zaragoza Mausoleum, the Regional Museum of Puebla, the Monument to the Flag, the Interactive Museum May 5 , the Imaginary Museum and the Planetarium.

It has trails where you can walk or exercise; You can cross Lake Concordia with boats, or enjoy the spectacular viewpoints over the city called La Mantarraya, which with its undulating ground are perfect for children to play and skate. The perfect place to spend a day outdoors without leaving Puebla.


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