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SIMBOLOGIA-PUEBLOS-MAGICOS-1

THE HEART OF PUEBLA

Its name means "Place next to the hill full of hail" in Nahuatl

It is located in the northeast of the state of Puebla, very close to the state of Veracruz.

Its history dates back to pre-Hispanic times when it was inhabited by Otomíes, Nahuas, Mazatecos, and Totonacas. It is also said that Hernán Cortés passed through this place on his way to Tenochtitlán.

During the fight against the French, the Austrian troops accompanying them settled in this city in 1865, and a year later, the Teziutecan National Guard managed to defeat and expel the European soldiers from their territory.

Centuries later, Tezuitlán played an active role in the Revolution and the Cristero War.

This town is also known as "The Pearl of the Sierra" and has become an important commercial center in the region. Fridays, specifically, are market days when many people from the mountainous-coastal region come to Teziutlán to sell their products.

 

Teziutlán

This region is known for its mysterious atmosphere, as it is covered in fog around 280 days of the year, giving it a unique character.

The city has good tourist infrastructure with hotels offering excellent service, restaurants serving fresh dishes with regional ingredients, travel agencies with attractive tours, and the warmth of the Teziutecan people.

Nearby, you can visit the Magical Towns of Chignautla and Cuetzalan, as well as enjoy all the natural attractions surrounding Teziutlán, such as its wooded landscapes with mountains and some waterfalls.

You can also visit the town of Hueyapan, famous for its textile works. Here, you can acquire capes, shawls, and other garments made with wool and extraordinary embroidery.

What to See in Teziutlán

What to Do in Teziutlán

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN TEZIUTLÁN

Explore the Cerro de Chignautla

Visit Cantona Archaeological Site

Visit the Bamboo Forest

Explore the mountains surrounding Teziutlán

One of the main activities you can do in Teziutlán is hiking, as you can explore the misty mountain landscapes.

The mountains surrounding the city are home to a large number of birds, making it an excellent place for birdwatching.

Enjoy Firefly Watching

A very unique activity in the region is firefly watching. At nightfall, the forests of the Sierra are filled with the small flashes of light coming from the branches of pine, oak, and ocote trees.

This fabulous spectacle can be witnessed during the rainy season from June 15th to August 15th.

What sets this tour apart is that it is done by boat through the waters of the Soledad Dam.

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