Puebla

Puebla
About Puebla

Angelopolis is the city founded by the angels according to the legend…situated ...

Where to Stay in Puebla

Its innate tourist vocation makes Puebla de Los Angeles have the best national a...

Where to Eat in Puebla

The Puebla kitchen is home to delicious chiles in nogada, famous for their trico...

Where to Go / What to Do in Puebla

Considered the second capital of New Spain, Puebla experienced a great colonial ...

Nightlife in Puebla

CRONOS TROPICAL Put your comfortable shoes on for dancing to the best rhythms l...

Schools in Puebla

As for education, this metropolitan area has second place in college education, ...

Hospitals in Puebla

The city of Puebla de Los Angeles is one of the most important urban concentrati...

Photo Gallery Puebla

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