The 12 Best Hotels in Puebla, Mexico (2023)

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Many people visit Puebla on a day trip from Mexico City. One day will give you enough time to see some of the top attractions in Puebla but if you really want to do this city justice, then it’s best to stay for at least one night. Staying for one or two nights will give you more time to explore Puebla City and go beyond its Historic Center.

In this article, I’ll give you all the reasons why you should stay longer in Puebla and offer a list of the best and most highly-rated hotels in Puebla City.



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As described, many tourists visit Puebla on a day trip from Mexico City. Puebla’s proximity to the Mexican capital – just two hours by bus – has its pros and cons.

The fact that Puebla is so close to Mexico City is great because it makes it a doable and popular day trip destination. However, most people stay for just the day which is a shame because Puebla City and state has so much more to offer. Day trippers typically stay in the downtown area and miss out on the attractions that are beyond the Historic Center.

Yes, it’s possible to see Puebla City’s most popular attractions on a day trip, but to do this city justice, then it’s best to stay for at least one night.


In my opinion, staying for one night in Puebla is the minimum but two nights is ideal. Staying for two nights will you give you enough time to visit the top attractions in Puebla City and taste all of its most delicious regional poblano dishes. It’ll also give you the opportunity to explore Cholula, the most popular and easily accessible pueblo magico (magical town) from Puebla City.

Here are some of the most interesting museums and destinations in Puebla that are outside of the city’s Historic Center. People visiting Puebla on a day trip may not have time to visit these attractions.

Museo Internacional del Barroco

The International Museum of the Baroque is a stunningly gorgeous museum located at Reserva Territorial Atlixcáyotl, about 4.4 miles (7.1 km) southwest of the zocalo (main square). It features a terrific collection of Baroque art, music, and architecture.

You’ll need around 2-3 hours to properly explore this museum. Unless you give it priority, then people visiting Puebla on a day trip may not have enough time to go.

Check out our guide to the best museums in Puebla for more information about the International Museum of the Baroque.

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Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, Cholula

As of this writing, Puebla is home to ten pueblos magicos, the most of any state in Mexico. Thanks to its proximity – about 8.9 miles (14.3 km) west of Puebla City – Cholula is the most popular and easily accessible. Almost everyone who visits Puebla for more than a day will spend time there.

Cholula is a charming town best known for its Talavera pottery tradition and Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, a Catholic church built on top of the largest pre-Hispanic pyramid in Mesoamerica.

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Zona Historica de los Fuertes

Zona Historica de los Fuertes is a civic area located on top of Acueyametepec hill, about 1.4 miles (2.3 km) north of the zocalo (main square). It’s home to Puebla Convention Centre, Teleférico Puebla (cable car ride), a planetarium, and several interesting museums – including a natural history museum and two forts that played a critical role in the Battle of Puebla in 1862.

If you’re visiting Puebla with kids, then you could easily spend the entire afternoon here.

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ArboTerra, Parque Ecologico

In my opinion, ArboTerra is one of the best hidden attractions in Puebla City. It’s a domed attraction and aviary located in Parque Ecologico, one of the biggest and most beautiful parks in Puebla. Like the planetarium and Museo de la Evolucion (natural history museum), it’s a great place to visit if you’re traveling to Puebla with kids.

Parque Ecologico is located around 1.6 miles (2.6 km) east of the zocalo so it’s easily reachable on foot. But if you have just one day in Puebla City, then you may not have enough time to go.

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Estrella de Puebla

People who enjoy lofty views may want to ride Estrella de Puebla, a Guinness World Record holder for being the largest portable observation wheel in the world. It’s located just 3.2 miles (5.2 km) southwest of the zocalo but it may not be a priority for people with limited time in Puebla City.

As of this writing, Estrella de Puebla is still closed because of the pandemic but I’ll be sure to update this article when it reopens.

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Whenever I write these “Where to Stay” articles, I usually recommend several neighborhoods located in different parts of the city to give people a choice. But if it’s your first time in Puebla, then there’s really just one ideal place to stay – the historical Puebla centro district.

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Anywhere near the zocalo in central Puebla is where you’ll want to be. The city’s Historic Center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to its top attractions like Puebla Cathedral, Amparo Museum, the Rosary Chapel, and Biblioteca Palafoxiana.

Zocalo de Puebla

Every city in Mexico will have a central square. Known as the zocalo, it’s the heart of every Mexican city and is typically the safest and most convenient area to be. This city is no different so finding a hotel as close as possible to Puebla’s main square is ideal.

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Catedral de Puebla

Right next to the zocalo is typically where you’ll find any Mexican city’s biggest and most important church. In Puebla, that church is Puebla Cathedral. There are many beautiful churches in Puebla but the cathedral is the biggest and one of the most impressive.

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Biblioteca Palafoxiana

Biblioteca Palafoxiana is a small but stunning library. Established in 1646, it’s recognized by UNESCO as the first and oldest public library in the Americas.

Click on the link to learn more about Biblioteca Palafoxiana.

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Museo Amparo

There are many amazing museums in Puebla but if you were to visit just one, then it should definitely be Amparo Museum. It’s a fantastic museum housing an impressive collection of contemporary art, religious paintings, artifacts, installation pieces, and pre-Hispanic art. Best of all? It’s 100% free.

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Capilla del Rosario, Templo de Santo Domingo

In my opinion, Puebla Cathedral is the most impressive church in Puebla but when it comes to interiors, the Rosary Chapel inside Templo de Santo Domingo has no peer. Known as “The Golden House”, this masterpiece of the Mexican baroque style has been dubbed the “eighth wonder of the world“. It’s jaw-droppingly gorgeous.

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People visiting Puebla from nearby cities like Mexico City, Oaxaca, or Veracruz will likely arrive by bus. The main bus terminal in Puebla is known as Central de Autobuses Puebla (CAPU).

If you’re flying to Puebla, then you’ll arrive at Puebla International Airport (PBC).

From Puebla International Airport (PBC)

Puebla International Airport is located around 22.1 miles (35.6 km) northwest of Puebla City. There are several ways to get to downtown Puebla from the airport.

Uber / Taxi

An Uber or taxi ride from the airport to the zocalo will cost you around MXN 190-250.

If you go by Uber, please be advised that there’s a designated pickup point from the airport so you may have to walk there with your luggage. If you decide to go by taxi, then be sure to book one at the official taxi stand inside the arrivals lobby.

Private Transfer

This is the most convenient option but it’s also the most expensive. Depending on how many people you have in your group, it’ll cost you at least MXN 499. You can book it in advance through Unlimited Experiences Puebla.

Airport Bus

The cheapest way to get to central Puebla is by Estrella Roja airport bus. It costs MXN 100 and will drop you off at CAPU. From there, you can take an Uber or taxi to your hotel.

I purchased a ticket upon arrival from the booth in the arrivals lobby but you can book one in advance through the Estrella Roja website. Under origen (origin), select “Aeropuerto de Huejotzingo”.

Depending on the day, there are 5-8 buses operating from around 7:40AM till 6:30PM. You can check the Estrella Roja website for a schedule.

From Central de Autobuses (CAPU)

CAPU is located about 3.1 miles (5 km) north of the zocalo. I actually walked from CAPU to our apartment in Azcarate once but you’ll want to catch an Uber or taxi to your hotel. We always use Uber in Puebla but if you’d prefer to go by taxi, then be sure to book one from the authorized taxi stand inside the terminal.

If you’d rather go by Uber, which is what I recommend, then you need to be completely outside of the terminal (ie by the main road) before booking one. They can’t pick you up from within the CAPU gates.

An Uber ride from CAPU to your hotel in central Puebla should run you anywhere between MXN 90-130, depending on the time.

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Here’s a list of twelve highly-rated and conveniently located hotels in Puebla organized by room rate. Please be advised that room rates may change at the time of booking.

Luxury: USD 100 and above
Mid-Range: USD 25-100
Budget: USD 25 or less

To be clear, we haven’t stayed at any of these hotels. We live in Puebla so I compiled this list based on guest reviews, location, and my own personal knowledge of the area. You can check the location map at the bottom of this post for the exact location of each hotel.

Many of these hotels offer free cancellation and free continental breakfast so be sure to check each listing’s details before booking. Most if not all should offer standard services like free wifi access and room service. The more expensive hotels will offer other services and facilities like an outdoor swimming pool, a spa or fitness center, free private parking, airport shuttle services, and car hire.

If none of these hotels appeal to you, then you can click on the following links to search for alternate listings in Puebla: | Agoda.


1. Casona de los Sapos Hotel Boutique

Based on guest reviews, Casona de los Sapos boutique hotel has to be one of the best luxury hotels in Puebla. Located just three blocks away from the zocalo, Casona de los Sapos is a five-star hotel that offers charming rooms, each with its own coffee/tea maker and other amenities.

Callejon de los Sapos
Museo Amparo
Museo Casa del Mendrugo

Restaurante Casa del Mendrugo
Cemitas y Tortas La Poblanita
La Pasita

Overall Rating: 9.4
Location Rating: 9.9
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.4 miles (600 m), 7-min walk

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2. Cartesiano Urban Wellness Center

Cartesiano Urban Wellness Center is a five-star luxury hotel near Blvd Heroes del 5 de Mayo. It’s a modern hotel that’s within a few minutes’ walk of Paseo San Francisco shopping mall.

Museo Casa del Mendrugo
Callejon de los Sapos
Parian Artisan Market

La Casa del Mendrugo
Restaurante Casareyna
La Pasita

Overall Rating: 9.5
Location Rating: 9.8
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.3 miles (550 m), 6-min walk

3. Banyan Tree Puebla

Banyan Tree Puebla is a five-star hotel located on the eastern side of Blvd Heroes 5 del Mayo. It isn’t as conveniently located as the previous two hotels (about a 16-min walk to the zocalo) but it’s very near Ex-convento de San Francisco de Puebla and Paseo San Francisco shopping mall. Zona Historica de los Fuertes is about 0.7 miles (1.1 km) away.

Ex-convento de San Francisco de Puebla
Paseo San Francisco shopping mall
Barrio del Artista

La Abuelita
Restaurante Casareyna
Don Pastor

Overall Rating: 9.1
Location Rating: 9.2
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.8 miles (1.3 km), 16-min walk

4. Hotel Boutique Casona de la China Poblana

Hotel Boutique Casona de la China Poblana is one of the more traditional-looking luxury hotels on this list. It’s a five-star hotel located about a block away from the zocalo, near many popular tourist attractions. Unlike some of the more modern hotels on this list, the rooms at Casona de la China Poblana are decorated in a more traditional style.

Templo de la Compañía de Jesús
Museo Urbano Interactivo (MUI)
Museo San Pedro de Arte

La Casa del Mendrugo
Clementina Cocina Poblana
Taquería y Juguería Los Ángeles

Overall Rating: 9.0
Location Rating: 9.7
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.2 miles (350 m), 4-min walk


5. Hotel Boutique Casareyna

We haven’t stayed at Hotel Boutique Casareyna, but we’ve eaten at its restaurant which is considered by some locals to be one of the best in Puebla. Restaurante Casareyna serves fantastic mole poblano, chalupas, and other traditional poblano and Mexican dishes.

Hotel Boutique Casareyna is a five-star luxury hotel conveniently located across the street from Paseo San Francisco shopping mall and Don Pastor, one of our favorite taquerias in Puebla. It’s set in a repurposed 17th-century house and offers very reasonable room rates for a five-star hotel.

Paseo San Francisco Shopping Mall
Ex-convento de San Francisco de Puebla
Mercado Municipal La Acocota

Restaurante Casareyna
Don Pastor
Antojitos Mellos

Overall Rating: 9.3
Location Rating: 9.4
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.6 miles (1 km), 12-min walk


6. Hotel Casa Monarca

Like Hotel Casareyna, Hotel Casa Monarca is a five-star luxury hotel that offers reasonable room rates. Unlike the previous hotels on this list, it’s located on the western side of Puebla’s main square, closer to Paseo Bravo. This area is generally quieter and with fewer tourist attractions than the eastern side of downtown Puebla.

Museo del Ejercito y Fuerza Aérea
Museo Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Mexicanos
Capilla del Rosario, Templo de Santo Domingo

Tacos Beyrut
Maíz Criollo
Antojitos Tomy

Overall Rating: 9.3
Location Rating: 9.3
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.4 miles (700 m), 9-min walk

7. Hotel Nube

Hotel Nube is a three-star hotel located in one of the best parts of the Historical Center. It’s a clean and modern hotel that’s within a stone’s throw of some of the most interesting museums in Puebla City.

Museo del Alfeñique
Museo San Pedro de Arte
Museo Urbano Interactivo (MUI)

Clementina Cocina Poblana
La Casa del Mendrugo
Taquería y Juguería Los Ángeles

Overall Rating: 9.1
Location Rating: 9.6
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.4 miles (600 m), 7-min walk

8. Hotel Santiago

Location-wise, Hotel Santiago is tough to beat. It’s literally a minute away from the zocalo so you’re right in the heart of everything.

The decor in the rooms looks a bit dated but the hotel’s rooftop terrace should make up for it. It offers spectacular views of the cathedral, especially at night.

Catedral de Puebla
Biblioteca Palafoxiana
Museo Universitario Casa de los Muñecos

Don Pastor
Antojitos Tomy

Overall Rating: 9.0
Location Rating: 9.8
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.1 miles (140 m), 2-min walk


9. Hostal Casa de Arcos

Based on its reviews, Hostal Casa de Arcos could be the best hostel in Puebla. It’s located towards the southern part of the Historical Center, near Parque del Carmen which is one of my favorite squares in the Historical Center. I actually prefer hanging out in this square than the zocalo.

Hostal Casa de Arcos is set in a beautiful stone building and offers private rooms as well as beds in 8-person mixed dorm rooms.

Museo Amparo
Biblioteca Palafoxiana
Automobile Museum Puebla

Tacos El Chino
Memelas del Carmen (aka Cemitas El Carmen)
Mary Barragan Helados

Overall Rating: 8.9
Location Rating: 9.7
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.4 miles (600 m), 7-min walk

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10. Hostal Azul Puebla Centro Histórico

Hostal Azul Puebla Centro Histórico is a hostel on the western side of the zocalo. It doesn’t quite have the charm of Hostal Casa de Arcos but guests seem to be happy with it overall. They offer accommodations in both private rooms and dorm rooms.

Automobile Museum Puebla
Biblioteca Palafoxiana
Museo “José Luis Bello y González”

Cemitas de los Angeles
Taqueria Tu Momento

Overall Rating: 8.6
Location Rating: 9.2
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.5 miles (750 m), 9-min walk

11. Hotel Barroco

Hotel Barroco is a budget-friendly hotel located in one of the most coveted areas of the Historical Center. It’s near the Artist Quarter, Parian Market, and a few of the city’s best museums.

The decor in the rooms look a bit dated but the hotel is set in a lovely colonial building that features terraces overlooking an open central courtyard.

Museo del Alfeñique
Museo Regional De La Revolución Mexicana
Museo San Pedro de Arte

Clementina Cocina Poblana
Taqueria San Juan
Tacos y Cemitas “Los Pinos”

Overall Rating: 8.4
Location Rating: 9.3
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.3 miles (550 m), 7-min walk

12. Hotel Teresita

Hotel Teresita is located just a couple blocks away from the zocalo. Its central location and budget-friendly room rates make it a good choice of hotel in the Historic Centre.

Museo “José Luis Bello y González”
Catedral de Puebla
Biblioteca Palafoxiana

Antojitos Tomy
Don Pastor
Tacos Tony

Overall Rating: 8.1
Location Rating: 9.3
Distance From the Zocalo: 0.2 miles (400 m), 5-min walk


To help you find these hotels in Puebla, I’ve pinned them all on this map. Click on the link for a live version of the map.

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Your choice of hotel can make or break a trip. You need to be comfortable where you’re staying so choosing the right hotel is important. We hope this list of some of the best hotels in Puebla helps you make the right choice.

Thanks for reading and have an amazing time in Puebla!

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What is the best part of Puebla to stay in? ›

The best areas to stay in Puebla for both first time and returning tourists are the neighborhoods of the Centro, La Paz, Angelopolis, and Cholula.

Is it better to stay in Puebla or Cholula? ›

The pro of staying in Cholula is that it's a self-contained town with its own center, so you get restaurants, bars, and shops just like you'd find in Puebla but it's cheaper, cleaner, less crowded, and more laid back. Cholula also has a surprisingly good food scene.

What is Puebla Mexico known for? ›

Puebla is Mexico's fourth metro area in population and of its oldest. Among Mexicans, it is known for its delicious food, beautiful churches and rich, cultural scene.

How many days should I spend in Puebla? ›

This short distance means tourists often visit Puebla on a day trip from Mexico City, but with all the fun things to do in Puebla, I recommend spending at least two nights in Puebla. Besides all of the tourist attractions, Puebla is a great city for getting to know authentic Mexican culture.

What is the best time to visit Puebla Mexico? ›

The best time to visit Puebla is from November to April, since it is the dry season; at night, however, it can get cold.

What should I wear in Puebla Mexico? ›

What to wear/what to pack:
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  • Light and heavy skirts. light. heavy.
  • Long sleeve shirts or blouses. For men. For women.
  • Extra socks. for men. for women. ...
  • Sneakers or comfortable shoes. for men. for women.
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Is Puebla Mexico worth visiting? ›

With well-conserved Baroque-style architecture, a UNESCO-recognized historic center, and iconic regional dishes like mole poblano, Puebla's blend of modernity and rich history make the city a must-visit on any Mexico itinerary.

Can you drink tap water in Puebla? ›

No. The locals avoid drinking tap water in Mexico because it's not clean enough to drink. Everyone who knows about tap water and its risks here will avoid it. Since the tap water in Mexico isn't good enough for human consumption, it's just as unsafe for the locals as well.

What is there to do in Puebla at night? ›

  • Bars & Clubs.
  • Bar, Club & Pub Tours.
  • Piano Bars.
  • Dance Clubs & Discos.
  • Karaoke Bars.
  • Comedy Clubs.

What does Puebla mean in English? ›

Puebla (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpweβla] ( listen) English: colony, settlement), officially Free and Sovereign State of Puebla (Spanish: Estado Libre y Soberano de Puebla), is one of the 32 states which comprise the Federal Entities of Mexico.

What is the rainiest month in Puebla Mexico? ›

The month with the most rain in Puebla is September, with an average rainfall of 5.2 inches. The rainless period of the year lasts for 4.8 months, from November 16 to April 8. The month with the least rain in Puebla is December, with an average rainfall of 0.2 inches.

How much is a meal in Puebla Mexico? ›

Cost of Living in Puebla
Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant125.00MXN
Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course500.00MXN
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)140.00MXN
Domestic Beer (1 pint draught)45.00MXN
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Is it safe to travel to Puebla Mexico right now? ›

Puebla state – Exercise Increased Caution

Exercise increased caution due to crime and kidnapping. Criminal activity and violence may occur throughout the state. U.S. citizens and LPRs have been victims of kidnapping. There are no restrictions on travel for U.S. government employees in Puebla state.

What is the crime in Puebla Mexico? ›

Crime rates in Puebla, Mexico
Level of crime63.92High
Problem people using or dealing drugs52.92Moderate
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft68.44High
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery69.69High
Problem corruption and bribery75.32High
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Is Puebla cheaper than Mexico City? ›

You would need around 44,041.01MXN in Puebla to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with 55,000.00MXN in Mexico City (assuming you rent in both cities). This calculation uses our Cost of Living Plus Rent Index to compare cost of living. This assumes net earnings (after income tax).

Are there mosquitoes in Puebla Mexico? ›

The risk for mosquito activity is high.

What language does Puebla city speak? ›

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Is Puebla a Mayan or Aztec? ›

The Emergence of the Aztec Empire

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Is Puebla worth a day trip? ›

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What can you not bring into Mexico? ›

You are prohibited from bringing the following items into Mexico
  • Narcotic drugs.
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  • Some over-the-counter medicines commonly used in the United States, including inhalers and some allergy and sinus medications.

Should I take jeans to Mexico? ›

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Do US cell phones work in Mexico? ›

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How far is Puebla from the beach? ›

Distance between Riviera Beach and Puebla is 2044 kilometers (1270 miles). Driving distance from Riviera Beach to Puebla is 3330 kilometers (2069 miles).
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Riviera Beach to Puebla3330 km
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Although there will be some bacteria in the water from the tap it is fine to brush your teeth with, even if you are at a place where you can't drink the tap water.

Can you have ice in your drinks in Mexico? ›

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Can you brush your teeth with Mexico City water? ›

Residents in Mexico may brush their teeth with tap water, but they'll rinse and spit, careful not to swallow. As a tourist, you may be better off taking the precaution of using bottled water to brush your teeth, and do try to remember to keep your mouth shut when you shower.

What cartel is in Puebla? ›

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Can I take an uber from Mexico City to Puebla? ›

Buses will arrive at either CAPU (Central de Autobuses) Terminal, which is around 6 km (3.7 miles) from the city center; or 4 Poniente Terminal, which is downtown. From there, you can take a taxi or Uber to where you are staying in the city center.

What do you call people from Puebla? ›

Puebla: poblano/a. Yucatán: yucateco/a.

What is the culture of Puebla? ›

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What is Cinco de Mayo true meaning? ›

Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, is a holiday that celebrates the date of the Mexican army's May 5, 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. The day, which falls on Thursday, May 5 in 2022, is also known as Battle of Puebla Day.

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Is Puebla Mexico walkable? ›

Getting Around Puebla. Puebla is too big to really be walkable. And it isn't big enough to have a subway system, like Mexico City. It does have a public bus system, called RUTA, but it only runs at limited times and in limited parts of the city.

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Is it better to stay in Mestre or Venice? ›

Hotels in Mestre tend to be bigger than those in Venice itself, which means they typically have more facilities. You can either stay in Mestre for much less than you'd pay to stay in Venice, or stay in Mestre for the same price but get lots more for your money.

Should you stay near Trevi Fountain? ›

The area around the Spanish Steps, close to the Trevi fountain and Villa Borghese, is perfect if you are looking for luxury accommodation, fine dining restaurants and the best shopping streets in the world.

What is Mestre? ›

Mestre corresponds to the mainland area of Venice, in Italy. Although administratively it is part of Venice, from a traveller's perspective it can be considered to be a distinct area.

What should I bring to Puebla Mexico? ›

What to wear/what to pack:
  • Short pants or heavy shorts. for men. for women.
  • Light skirts. short. long.
  • Bug repellent. best performing. best performing natural solution.
  • Sandals. for men. for women. ...
  • Breathable footwear or sandals. for men. for women.
  • Sunscreen lotion. SPF 50. SPF 30.
  • Extra socks. for men. ...
  • Long and short sleeve shirts.
4 Dec 2021

Where do the Kardashians stay in Mexico? ›

Words have it that the Kardashians stay in Las Ventanas Al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort, while in Cabo. The resort is located on the desert coastline of Los Cabos where the sea and the sun converge.

Can you drink the water in Puebla? ›

No — Mexico Locals drink bottled water.

To make Mexico water safe to drink, you'd have to boil it or use a filterable water bottle like the Water-To-Go. Many locals buy a garrafón (five gallon water jug), and keep those in their homes for use.

What month is the warmest in Mexico? ›

The hottest months in Mexico

The hottest months are April & May in the South, and July to September on Pacific Coast (Including Baja), and extremely hot in the Yucatan May to September.


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