“Puebla de los Ángeles” where past and present meet in colorful streets and stunning architecture.

A World Heritage Site, Puebla is one of Mexico’s oldest cities and home to the largest number of monuments in the country. Stunning facades are covered in Talavera ceramic ornamentation, making it unquestionably one of the most stunning open-air museums in the Baroque style. Be surprised when discovering the world of Talavera ceramics, stroll through the Botanic Gardens, visit the Cathedral, the Historic Center, the Parián market, the Folk Art Museums, gaze in awe at the Popocatépetl volcano, paraglide, and purify yourself in the Tulimán waterfalls. Experience the inside of the Cholula pyramid, which has the widest base of any pyramid in the world. It’s covered in vegetation and so high that it used to be thought to be a mountain, and a Catholic church was built on the top. Ride the Star of Puebla, considered to be the world’s largest ferris wheel, then visit the International Museum of the Baroque. Hilton Garden Inn Puebla Angelópolis is located between these two marvels. And don’t forget to sample local cuisine including Chiles en Nogada (a walnut sauce), a famous example of Mexican Baroque cooking.

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