High in the mountains, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and stunning vistas, the spires of 365 churches pierce the city’s skyline giving visitors a hint of Puebla’s Catholic heritage. With its UNESCO listed heart, neoclassical cathedral and baroque chapel, the city is a taste of Mexico’s Spanish history, while the bars, clubs, and thriving culinary scene bring it firmly into the 21st century.
Puebla is a wonderfully relaxed city to explore on foot, strolling the historic streets with their colorful houses and stunningly beautiful churches and popping to the cafes and restaurants for sustenance. Famous for its cuisine, Cocina Poblana, the city lays claim to the origin of Mole Poblano, the rich, chocolate-tinged sauce which is a must-try for any visitor.
Mexico City, Puebla & Oaxaca
One of the best parts of Mexico – its food. Devour top-notch tacos, authentic mole and decadent seafood, inspiring cookery classes and everything from critically acclaimed fine-dining restaurants to mouth-watering street food joints. This is the ultimate Mexico itinerary for foodies. Get under the skin of these top culinary destinations,...
Perfect Pairings: Cultural Mexico City & Puebla
Let us take you on a journey through Mexico City, soaking up its vibrant heritage as you wind your way through these exclusive experiences. We've created a euphoric mix of fascinating culture, politics and art plunging you into the best kept secrets of the city down to the wonder of Puebla, taking you on an iconic journey through Paso de Cortes....