Puebla: The Heritage of Mexico
The volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl guard Puebla from The Sierra Norte with its foggy and colorful atmosphere to the south in the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán valley with its landscapes full of cacti. For this and many other reasons, Puebla is the best option for your next trip.
In 1987, the UNESCO declared The Historic Centre of Puebla as Cultural Heritage of Humanity due to its construction with domes, towers, bells, Talavera, brick and white mortar.
Puebla handicrafts have honored the name of Mexico through the magical hands of the indigenous people whose tradition and customs are a mystical legacy. The Talavera represents Puebla around the world. The UNESCO declared (the artisanal Talavera / the processes of making the artisanal Talavera) of Puebla as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Its 10 Magical Towns will delight you with waterfalls, lagoons, national parks, trails and the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán biosphere reserve. People around Mexico recognize the gastronomy of Puebla as a result of the culinary skills from religious women from the state convents.