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Puebla is located around 60 miles southwest of Tepeyahualco, while Veracruz is situated 90 miles to the east.
Adventurous types will relish in the beautiful environmental attractions of Puebla. La Granada Waterfall is located 30 miles from Tepeyahualco, while Las Brisas lies 25 miles away.
Understand the area's past by checking out Cantona Archaeological Site.
The wider region also has a lot to offer. Oriental and Altotonga are two fantastic places that you might appreciate.
When it's time to spread your wings, visit a regional hub. Teziutlan sits 25 miles away and serves up plenty of attractions, like Sanctuary of Carmen, Teziutlan Cathedral and Civic Square. If you're looking for more, also visit Teziutlan Municipal Park and Plaza Kristal Shopping Center.
Health-conscious travelers who would like to get up and get active outdoors should try mountain biking and mountain climbing.
Puebla provides several laid-back outdoor activities. Cycling or bird watching reportedly cast away stress.
Tourists who like to combine learning with leisure should consider heading out on a structured activity. Guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, wildlife safaris and city walking tours are up there with the best options in the region.
Want to have a thrilling experience while you're in Puebla? Go paragliding. It's an experience you'll never forget.
Soak up some culture at the various history museums and craft workshops of Puebla. They're all indoors, so you needn't worry about the weather.
You'll be hard-pressed to think of a better way to discover this region than by seeing its open-air museums, open-air markets and gardens.
History enthusiasts will find will find plenty to keep them occupied. Don't forget to take your camera when you head out to the region's ruins, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses, historic mansions and archeological sites.
Every traveler should see the religious sites of Puebla. You're sure to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere at its churches, cathedrals and shrines.
Get a feel for the array of aromas and flavors of Puebla by trying out its food and drinks.
Mole poblano (meat with puebla sauce) and molotes (fried stuffed corn patty) are standard dishes for travelers and locals alike.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with some tortitas de santa clara (saint claire cookies), a delectable dessert.
Conversing in the local language is the surest way to break down cultural walls, so make the effort to learn to say some everyday Spanish words and phrases before you arrive. Buenas noches is Spanish for good evening. You should also work on pronouncing ¡Salud! (cheers/good health!).
See how the locals have a good time at Independence Day, a national celebration that takes place each year on the 16th of September.
As your vacation draws to a close, spend any remaining Mexican pesos on some last-minute souvenirs and say an emotional "Hasta la vista" to this unique place and its people.
El Lencero Airport is the nearest airport at 45 miles to the east, so be sure to leave plenty of time.