Africam Safari is a drive-through a animal park where you can view African animals right outside your car or tour bus. Located at Km 16.5 Blvd. Cap. Carlos Camacho (formerly Carr. a Valsequillo), Puebla, Pue. Mexico.
Callejón de los Sapos
Alley of the Toads cuts diagonally near Zocalo and has a weekend market that is especially busy on Sundays. There you will find antiques, art, restaurants, bars and various crafts. On Friday and Saturay nights there are crowds and live music in the bars and cafés. Located on calle 6 Sur, between 5 and 7 Oriente.
El Centro Civico 5 de Mayo
el Centro Civico 5 de Mayo (Civic Center), is situated on a hill of roughly 200 acres overlooking the city. Eight main structures span the complex: the No-Intervention Museum at the Fort Loreta; the Anthropology Museum (Museo de Anthropologia), the Fort Guadalupe (Fuerte de Guadalupe), the State Fairgrounds and Exhibition Hall (Expo Puebla), the Planetarium (El Planetario), the Natural History Museum (Museo de Historia Natural), the Relicario Bullring (Plaza de Toros El Relicario), and the Reforma Auditorium (Auditorio de la Reforma). Centro Civico 5 de Mayo is Located less than a mile southeast of the China Poblana Fountain at the intersection of Boulevard Heroes del 5 de Mayo and Retorno Diagonal Defensores de la Republica.
La China Poblana Fountain
Fuente a la China Poblana (China Girl of Puebla Fountain) is surrounded by a large traffic circle and is a local landmark. Located at the intersection of Boulevard Heroes del 5 de Mayo and Retorno Diagonal defensores de la Republica.
Churches and Temples
Mercado El Parián
A one stop souvenier market located on 6 Norte, between 2 and 4 Oriente Puebla. Also called Mercado de Artesanias el Parian.
Museo Amparo is one of best collections of Mexican art. The 17th and 18th century colonial buildings of Museo Amparo hold ancient, colonial, and modern Mexican art.
Pirámide de Cholula
The Great Pyramid of Cholula is an affordable 15 minute taxi ride from the heart of Puebla. Built before Christ and larger than the Great Pyramid at Giza, the Great Pyramid of Cholula is a series of stacked trapezoids with an extensive underground tunnel system. On the peak of the pyramid is the Iglesia de los Remedios, a 16th century church built to mark the conversion of Aztecs to Christianity. According to legend, a Cholula church was ordered built for every day of the year after Cholulans conspired with Aztecs in a failed plan to ambush Hernan Cortes. Cholula places of interest.
Puebla FC Game Schedule is from January through May. Home games are at the local stadium (Estadio Cuauhtémoc) located at Calzada Ignacio Zaragoza s/n, Col. Unidad Deportiva Puebla, Puebla C.P. 72220, Tel: (222) 222.2168.
The term zócalo literally means "pedistal" and originates from the zócalo of Mexico City where a large pedistal was built for a monument, but never completed. The center of Puebla is the main plaza, or zócalo. The zócalo of Puebla is a shady park where people relax and enjoy the surroundings. On Sunday, the zocaló is bustling with music and intertainment. The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, next to the zócalo, is one of the most beautiful in churches of México. Built between 1575 and 1649, the cathedral has twin towers that rise high into the sky. Many shops and delightful points of interest are a short walk from the zócalo.