Puebla is one of the most important cities in Mexico, not only for its food but also for all the extraordinary architecture of its buildings, museums, churches, and historical background. Let's start our virtual walk at "El Callejón de los Sapos" (or alley of the toads), the perfect location for all the Instagrammers since we can experience all the colours on this street.
Join along with me and explore the Cathedral, the tallest in Latin America and the Palafoxiana Library, the first public library in New Spain with one of the most incredible collections. Also, visit with me to some fantastic French-yes, French-architecture and look at one of the Art Noveau expressions in Mexico.
And, take a stroll to Candy Street, or Calle de los dulces - where all kinds of Mexican sweets are made and sold. Then stop into the Templo de San Francisco, a bright-yellow structure that pays homage to local hero Blessed Sebastian of Aparicio (who happens to be a step away from sainthood).
I invite you to walk with me to admire a piece of Mexico and its culture.