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Get ready to meet some new friends! Around 1,600,000 people live in this part of Puebla.
To reach Puebla from Mexico City, the nation's capital, you'd need to venture 70 miles to the southeast. Another good point of reference is San Andres Calpan, which lies 18 miles to the west.
Whether you're young of age or just young in nature, the Estrella de Puebla Observation Wheel is the place for you!
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of the spectacular animal kingdom with an outing to the Africam Safari or the Loro Puebla Zoo. With a strong focus on conservation, education and fun, it's certain to be a fabulous day out for everyone!
Whether you're interested in learning about the local plants and flowers or just want to take an afternoon to explore the many pathways, you'll be sure to enjoy the Francisco Pelaez Ethnobotanical Garden and the Botanic Garden Tzapoteca Dra Helia Bravo Hollis.
Whether you'd like to go for a picnic with friends or throw a ball around, Puebla is home to a variety of charming parklands where you can easily while away a day. La Malinche National Park, Cuexcomate Volcano and Parque Benito Juárez are the places to look up here.
Seeking the path to true happiness? Then spend some time with Mother Nature. Piedras Encimadas is a lovely spot where you can invigorate your senses and give your mind some well-deserved downtime.
Wander the calm halls, study the exhibits and chat to the friendly staff. La Barrica Museum and Museum of Handicrafts are leading places to compose yourself and maybe even discover something new. Can't get enough? Also pencil in visits to the Santa Monica Convent and Museum of Religious Art and the National Museum of Mexican Railroads.
Art aficionados come from all corners of the world to see Puebla's impressive collections, and the Poblano de Arte Virreinal Museum and the Museo de Artesanias are usually their first stops. If you need more artistic inspiration, also feast your eyes at the Museo de Artes Populares and the International Baroque Museum.
The best way to understand what's going on in the present is to learn from the past. Discover what's shaped this city into the destination it is today at the Poblano Museum of Popular Art and the Amparo Museum.
To completely recognise the background of Puebla, set aside some time to wander around the Guardian Angel and Artist Quarter. If time isn't a problem, Great Pyramid of Cholula and the Palafoxiana Library should also be on your itinerary.
A structure that has spanned the waters of Puebla for what seems like an eternity, Ovando Bridge is an important aspect of the city's history that no visitor should overlook.
Those with an interest in military history should see Fort Loreto and Fort Guadalupe. Visualise the spectacular sieges that occurred there and marvel at the impressive defence mechanisms that made them so hard to attack.
No matter your beliefs, you're sure to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at Puebla Cathedral and Hermita San Miguel Arcangel. Want to take a deeper look into Puebla's religious customs? Continue on to La Virgen de los Remedios Sanctuary and Tonantzintla Church.
You may think there's nothing left to do after exploring Puebla's most famous attractions, but don't be too sure. There are still some surprises left. Why not head over to the University Cultural Center of BUAP and the Profetica? Alternatively, you could visit Atlixco Square and the Uriarte Talavera.