• Zacatlan

Highly recommended

  • Go horseriding in the Valle de Piedras Encimadas.

  • Stroll along the pleasant streets of this Magical Town, admiring its magnificent temples and its beautiful traditional houses.

  • Taste its cuisine, especiallyits traditional bread with cheese or cottage cheese, as well as its ciders, liqueurs and typical soft drinks.

  • Admire the spectacular views from any viewpoint of the Barranca de los Jilgueros.

  • Discover the watchmaking tradition of the Centenario factory, visit the museum, attend the automaton show and hear the melodies of the floral clock.

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The place where time stops and gravity is challenged.

At the top of the Barranca de los Jilgueros, Zacatlán offers to both locals and visitors one of the best views of the Sierra Poblana, surrounded by forests, fog and rocks that defy gravity, making your visit an extraordinary experience.

This Magical Townis also known for its watchmaking tradition, proof of this is the large floral clock in the main square and the automata on the Centenario façade.

With its restrained beauty, far from ostentation, is this municipality where you can walk around the old Franciscan convent, the wide gardens of its main square and its busy archways.

Zacatlán is also famous for its freshly baked cheese bread, its vast fruit production and its exquisite apple cider, a typical fruit of the region.

SURROUNDING AREA

Settled in the Sierra Norte de Puebla. Its borders are to the North with Chiconcuautla and
Huauchinango, to the South with Aquixtla and Chignahuapan, to the West with Ahuacatlán, Tepetzintla and Tétela de Ocampo and to the West with Ahuazotepec and the State of Hidalgo.

This Magical Townis also known for its watchmaking tradition, proof of this is the large floral clock in the main square and the automata on the Centenario façade.

With its restrained beauty, far from ostentation, is this municipality where you can walk around the old Franciscan convent, the wide gardens of its main square and its busy archways.

Zacatlán is also famous for its freshly baked cheese bread, its vast fruit production and its exquisite apple cider, a typical fruit of the region.

SURROUNDING AREA

Settled in the Sierra Norte de Puebla. Its borders are to the North with Chiconcuautla and
Huauchinango, to the South with Aquixtla and Chignahuapan, to the West with Ahuacatlán, Tepetzintla and Tétela de Ocampo and to the West with Ahuazotepec and the State of Hidalgo.

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This Magical Townis also known for its watchmaking tradition, proof of this is the large floral clock in the main square and the automata on the Centenario façade.

With its restrained beauty, far from ostentation, is this municipality where you can walk around the old Franciscan convent, the wide gardens of its main square and its busy archways.

Zacatlán is also famous for its freshly baked cheese bread, its vast fruit production and its exquisite apple cider, a typical fruit of the region.

SURROUNDING AREA

Settled in the Sierra Norte de Puebla. Its borders are to the North with Chiconcuautla and
Huauchinango, to the South with Aquixtla and Chignahuapan, to the West with Ahuacatlán, Tepetzintla and Tétela de Ocampo and to the West with Ahuazotepec and the State of Hidalgo.

Highly recommended

  • Go horseriding in the Valle de Piedras Encimadas.

  • Stroll along the pleasant streets of this Magical Town, admiring its magnificent temples and its beautiful traditional houses.

  • Taste its cuisine, especiallyits traditional bread with cheese or cottage cheese, as well as its ciders, liqueurs and typical soft drinks.

  • Admire the spectacular views from any viewpoint of the Barranca de los Jilgueros.

  • Discover the watchmaking tradition of the Centenario factory, visit the museum, attend the automaton show and hear the melodies of the floral clock.

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