Things to do

Explore Puebla from Above

Drone’s eye view with your own eyes.


The city’s new cableway is located at the Loreto and Guadalupe forts area. Put together your plan and travel the 752 yards from the Zaragoza monument to Centro Expositor. From a height of 131 feet you’ll be able to see the Popocatepetl and Iztaccíhuatl volcanoes, La Malinche (a mountain in Tlaxcala) and, if you’re lucky and the weather is clear, the elegant silhouette of the Pico de Orizaba (in the neighboring state of Veracruz). The ride lasts five minutes and has a cost of 50 pesos round trip.

If you go to the cableway, don’t miss the chance to see the new Museo de la Evolución, a museum located just beneath the Expositor station. You can also have a picnic in the green areas of the forts and have a traditional cemita (a typical Pueblan sandwich served on sesame bread) at Cemitas del Carmen, located next to the Planetarium.


Unidad Cívica 5 de Mayo, Downtown

Operating Hours

Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am to 10 pm; Mondays, 2 pm to 10 pm



Teleférico Puebla, Unidad Cívica 5 de Mayo, Centro, Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, Pue., México

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