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Puebla can be found approximately 75 miles south of Piedras Encimadas Valley, and Mexico City stands 85 miles to the southwest.
If you're ready to explore the region's natural areas, head on out to Quetzalapan Falls. This exquisite natural wonder is found 12 miles from Piedras Encimadas Valley.
Explorers based here often make their way 7 miles southeast to Zacatlan so that they can experience Floral Clock and Ex-Convent of San Francisco.
About 45 miles to the east of Piedras Encimadas Valley is Teziutlan, a regional center where you can visit Sanctuary of Carmen, Teziutlan Cathedral and Civic Square. Teziutlan Municipal Park and Plaza Kristal Shopping Center are a couple more choices that await you here.
This region has an array of fun activities available if you want to head outside and make the most of Mother Nature's playground. Try your hand at mountain biking or mountain climbing.
The Puebla region provides several calming outdoor pursuits. Cycling and bird watching seem to chase away the worries.
Bring along an appetite for adventure and sign up for some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, wildlife safaris and city walking tours.
When you're touring through Puebla, would you like to take a leap of faith and sign up for some paragliding?
If you are looking for indoor activities, think about visiting some of the history museums and craft workshops of Puebla. Spend a day learning about the region's rich cultural tapestry and maybe even pick up an unusual gift or two.
It's hard to think of a more pleasant way to explore the region than by heading over to its open-air museums, open-air markets and gardens.
You'll discover that this region offers some age-old sites that will give you some insight into the local history. Be certain to add some of its ruins, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses, historic mansions and archeological sites to your to-do list.
To discover the religious side of Puebla, visitors often make the trip out to some of its churches, cathedrals and shrines.
Discover the different aromas and flavors of Puebla by trying out its most popular food and drinks.
Follow the lead of the locals and order mole poblano (meat with puebla sauce) and molotes (fried stuffed corn patty).
Those who always have some room for dessert can try tortitas de santa clara (saint claire cookies).
One of the most genuine gestures you can offer to the locals you meet on your travels is to take the trouble to speak some of their language. ¡Feliz cumpleaños! is Spanish for happy birthday. There's also ¿Querría bailar conmigo, which translates to would you like to dance.
The 16th of September is the day each year when the whole country will commemorate Independence Day. There's sure to be plenty of festivities going on if you happen to be visiting at that time.
Has it come time to say a final "Hasta la vista" to Piedras Encimadas Valley? Pick up some mementos with the last of your Mexican pesos to make sure you never forget your amazing trip.
When it's time to hit the tarmac, you might like to know that El Tajin National Airport is 55 miles to the northeast.
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Situated in Zacatlan, this hotel is steps from Revolucion Municipal Market and Temple of San Pedro. Ex-Convent of San Francisco and Floral Clock are also within 5 minutes.
Situated in Chignahuapan, this hotel is 5.2 mi (8.4 km) from Quetzalapan Falls and within 12 mi (20 km) of Zacatlan General Hospital and Floral Clock. Revolucion Municipal Market and Temple of San Pedro are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Situated in Zacatlan, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Floral Clock, Ex-Convent of San Francisco, and Temple of San Pedro. Revolucion Municipal Market and Zacatlan General Hospital are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated in Chignahuapan, this hotel is in the same area as Quetzalapan Falls. Regional attractions also include Zacatlan General Hospital and Revolucion Municipal Market.
Situated in Zacatlan, this hotel is close to Revolucion Municipal Market, Temple of San Pedro, and Ex-Convent of San Francisco. Also nearby are Floral Clock and Zacatlan General Hospital.
Situated in Zacatlan, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Zacatlan General Hospital and Revolucion Municipal Market. Temple of San Pedro and Ex-Convent of San Francisco are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Zacatlan, this hotel is close to Zacatlan General Hospital, Ex-Convent of San Francisco, and Revolucion Municipal Market. Also nearby are Floral Clock and Temple of San Pedro.
Situated in Zacatlan, this spa hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Quetzalapan Falls, Zacatlan General Hospital, and Revolucion Municipal Market. Floral Clock and Temple of San Pedro are also within 6 mi (10 km).