Enjoy the magic of nature, architecture, gastronomy and traditions.Perched at the top of the canyon Barranca de los Jilgueros, Zacatlan is surrounded by forests covered with fog, fertile fields planted with fruit trees and valleys where rocks defy gravity. A magical town of understated beauty, far from ostentatious, proud
Chignahuapan is colorful and charming as if the whole town were a canvas; houses, temples and gardens are painted in the brighter palette of Mexico. Bright Christmas spheres glowing on the streets from each store. The magical town of Chignahuapan seems like a scenario that has given birth celebrities
Mysticism in La Sierra MagicaTo get to Pahuatlan the traveler must go into the Sierra Magica, through valleys and across canyons until you arrive to this small magical town. The trip is also a journey through time. The people of this region have managed to keep intact their lifestyles
Just two hours away from Mexico city the traveler finds a natural paradise in Huachinango.This small town and Tenango de las Flores invites to disconnect yourself from the daily frenzy. The town center retains its colonial charm with a colorful Zocalo just in front of its colonial City Hall
Xicotepec has the honor of being the capital of Mexico for three days in 1920, while the autopsy was practiced to the recently assassinated Venustiano Carranza. Since then, few events disturb the peace of this small magical town, located in the Sierra de Puebla. A stroll through its large
At 199.5 km from Puebla is an excellent place to enjoy the landscape of the Sierra. Naupan offers beautiful views and natural attractions such as the caves of Uankax, the caves of Tempach and Citlala. This town still retains its natural roots with a set of beliefs and
Located in the Sierra Norte of Puebla, 187 km from the capital city. The town is renowned for the Necaxa Dam, which began operating in 1905. At about 2 km from a lookout, after its water curtain it can also be seen the throat, wich at the bottom
Located at 150 kilometers from Pueblaas city. The municipality of Ahuacatlan is distinguished by its beautiful natural landscapes, which highlights the Akuaticpack waterfall. It also highlights the famous architecture of St. John the Baptist (St. Juan Bautista) Parish built in 1701, of indigenous baroque type. Is important to note
Located at 178.8 km from Puebla´s capital, this town is known for its delicious coffee and incomparable views of the typical landscape of the Sierra Norte. You can also enjoy the peace and calm that breathes here.
To the north with Jalpan and the state of Hidalgo, on the south
Located 158 kilometers from Puebla´s city. This municipality has a construction in baroque style of the sixteenth century, built in the year 1865. This parish is dedicated to St. Nicholas of Tolentino.The town also has another celebration dedicated to the “Señor de los abandonados”, wich is the image of
In 1910 it was established as a free municipality by the name of Francisco Z. Mena, in honor of the distinguished General - native of Leon, Guanajuato- who fought against the French in three battles for national defense in Puebla: on May 5, 1862, on March 17, 1863 and
Located on the “transerrana” road connecting Chignahuapan with Tetela de Ocampo. The small mountain town of Aquixtla is a curious stopover. It is worth going to the Parish of St. John the Evangelist, decorated with Talavera, walk through the portals of the City Hall and find astonishing
At 184 kilometers from Puebla´s city, Honey also called Chila Honey- offers a unique spectacle with its blue water pools, which are unique due to some minerals in the soil, responsible of giving that particular colour to water and surrounding soil and do not forget the splendid waterfalls in
Tetela de Ocampo is located on the road that comunicates Chignahuapan with Zacapoaxtla. Situated on the top of a mountain, the views from their lookouts on the Sierra, such as the Church of the Assumption, are spectacular. The center of this mountain town retains its traditional architecture,
Located in the hearth of the Sierra, on the scenic “transerrana” road north it is located this remote village, surrounded by coffee plantations and waterfalls, as Cruz de Agua. Its population is mainly totonaca; and in their parties the huapango sounds and traditional dances are performed.
Puebla de los Angeles a World Heritage City, an authentic museum of the very essence of Mexico. It is in this city where women dressed for the first time the “china poblana” costume that in modern time is a national symbol. In this city lived Catalina de San Juan.