Puebla is a very religious city and most of the grander buildings and monuments owe their existence to the Catholic Church. Along with the magnificent Cathedral, which took over 100 years to build, Puebla has over 70 churches and almost all are located in our Historic Center.
Mexico operates under the American system of 110 V to 60 Hz. The plugs are American style, with two parallel blades or three prongs.
As with all cities, you'll need to take care of your valuables. When you are not using your camera make sure it's safely packed.
Tipping is optional. But between 10% y 20% is the usual.
DID YOU KNOW ?
Puebla's Gastronomy is one of the most varied and exquisite of Mexico and the world. Being internationally recognized for its emblematic and delicious dishes such as Mole Poblano, Chiles en Nogada, Chalupas and the legendary Cemitas.
Puebla’s Talavera is one of the Mexican products with designation of origin, being made, without interruption, for more than four centuries. What makes it one of the most important expressions of folk art in México. Ask to the Concierge about a tour to the traditional talavera factories.
A Very Historical Center
The Historical Center of Puebla, was declared as World Heritage by UNESCO, preserves more than 2,600 monuments in 391 blocks, distributed in 6.9 square km, being one of the cities with more monuments in America. The Concierge will be glad to arrange a tour for you to the Historical Center of Puebla.
Puebla is 2175 meters above sea level. Although altitude sickness is rarely a problem, make sure you drink plenty of fluids, especially for the first few days.
WHAT TO PACK
Puebla has a mild weather you won't need too much warm clothing.
Treasure the best memories of your trip to Puebla. A camera is always recommended for catching unexpected things.
Allow yourself $500 MXN per day. Credit cards are generally accepted; preferably Visa or MasterCard.