A Gorgeous Colonial City with a Food Culture of Its Own
Puebla is well-known for its spicy, chocolatey mole, but there’s a broader, fascinating food culture in this bustling colonial city. On our street food and market tour in downtown Puebla, we’ll show you the ins and outs of the city and share our favorite dishes, from crunchy molotes to piled-high cemita sandwiches. This walking food tour in Puebla is led by a born and raised poblana (a woman from Puebla) and includes a taste of a half-dozen popular local foods.
Located about 75 miles southeast of Mexico City, Puebla is easily reachable by luxury bus. You can reach this city in about 2 hours leaving from either Mexico City’s TAPO terminal or the airport. Our team at Eat Mexico is also happy to help you with more detailed directions — just get in touch with us.