Puebla City Travel Guide

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You're Going to Love Puebla

With its incredible colonial center and a stunning setting cradled in a range of snow-dusted peaks, Puebla is one of Mexico's most beautiful cities. Add in great food, music, and a huge Cinco de Mayo Festival, and the result is a superb vacation destination.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Puebla

What to do in Puebla City

Catedral de Puebla
Capilla del Rosario
Zócalo de Puebla

When to Visit Puebla

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Visiting around May 5 is obviously a possibility, given the flamboyant festivities. However, for thinner crowds and good weather, September and October are ideal.

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How to Get to Puebla

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Where to Stay in Puebla

Some of the best accommodation options include the sophisticated Hotel Andante, the colonial Quinta Real Puebla, and the El Sueño Hotel & Spa.

Popular Neighborhoods in Puebla

Where to stay in popular areas of Puebla City

Most booked hotels in Puebla City

How to Get Around Puebla

The Cost of Living in Puebla

Shopping Streets

Head to Los Sapos for artworks, seek out Talavera ceramics around the Zocalo, or look for hand-made notebooks in the San Pablito neighborhood.

Groceries and Other

Local supermarkets include Chedraui and Costco, and 12 eggs will cost you around Mex$35.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$4.54
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$41.67
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$0.35
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$1.84

Where to Eat in Puebla

From quesadillas to corn cobs smothered in cheese and mayonnaise, Puebla's street food is a highlight of the city. There are also some exceptional restaurants, including the vegetarian paradise La Zanahoria, the taco maestros at Las Ranas, and the classy Meson Sacristía de la Compania. Meals will cost around Mex$80-100 per head.