Huamantla

It's a good idea to do a little reading before you get to Huamantla, just to make the best use of your time there.

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Mexico City, the national capital, can be found 80 miles to the west of Huamantla.

Go and see the Puebla F.C. battle their opponents at Cuauhtemoc Stadium. Located in Puebla, it's 20 miles to the southwest of Huamantla. On game days, follow the river of blue and white to the stadium, then after the game, join fellow sports lovers in the nearby pubs and relive the game's finest moments over a few cold beers.

Taurino Museum and National Puppet Museum are equally worth your time.

Terrenate, 12 miles to the north, and Apizaco, 16 miles to the northwest of Huamantla, are also worth visiting, should you have the time.

Trying some authentic cuisine is an indulgent way to get to the heart of a region's local traditions.

Begin your gastronomic experience by trying out the wide variety of dishes available, many featuring locally-sourced ingredients, beans and pork.

Two local delicacies are esquites (mexican corn salad) and tamales.

Every visitor should have a chance to try arroz con leche (rice with milk), a local, mouthwatering delicacy.

Adventure shouldn't solely come in the form of seeing new sites when you travel, you can take your tastebuds on an adventure too! While staying in the area, revel in the alcoholic drinks available by having a pint of Dos Equis.

You can follow any meal with café de olla (cinnamon coffee), a non-alcoholic beverage that's popular in the region.

When you want to be one with the locals, order up a tejuino. This alcoholic drink is popular throughout this area.

To accompany your meal, order a glass of wine, like sauvignon blanc and viognier.

Make an effort to bond with the people you meet in Mexico by getting familiar with a few key phrases in Spanish. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" means "Would you like to dance with me?" "This gentleman will pay for everything" is another good one to know, so try getting your mouth around "Este caballero pagará por todo".

Independence Day, on the 16th of September, is a national day of celebration you'll want to enjoy.

As your vacation finishes, bid Mexico a teary "Adiós."

When the time has come to leave, keep in mind that the nearest airport is 30 miles away.

Accommodation in Huamantla

At this point, Huamantla doesn't offer a wide range of places to stay featuring on our Huamantla hotels deals page, so it's a wise idea to make reservations if you want a nice place to stay.

The Hotel Cuamanco and Hotel Azucena are the main accommodations in Huamantla.

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