They say one goes to Puebla to eat and take photos. They are right. And it couldn’t be a more enjoyable and beautiful place to do it. Mole Poblano and Pipián Verde lovers rejoyce because you’ve found the gastronomic capital for these dishes.
Punting down the canals of Xochimilco was something we had been looking forward to a lot. The reality was something a bit different…
Teotihuacan (pron. TAY-uh-TEE-wah-kahn) is a pre Aztec ruins site which makes a great day trip out of México City. The complex boasts incredibly crafted pyramids and perfectly detailed walls making it well worth your time.
Markets never get old when travelling. Each market provides its own point of difference. La Merced Market is no exception.
For many Lucha Libre is a way of life. For the outsider it is more of a theatrical spectacular. Whichever way you look at it, a night out at a the Lucha Libre will not be forgotten.