Medical Tourism: Where to go


Biblioteca Palafoxiana

The Biblioteca Palafoxiana has around 45,059 books that include a vast number of first and rare editions of materials such as Civil and Canon law, Theology, Patristics, Homiletics, Liturgy, Medicine, Philosophy, Chemistry, among others. Languages such as Latin, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic are also present.

This great variety of knowledge is the evidence of a meaningful exchange of ideas and the presence of the Western intellectual tradition in America. This incredible venue still has its original furniture and flooring.

In 2005, due to the importance of its collection, the Biblioteca Palafoxiana was recognized as “Memory of the World” by UNESCO.

Address: Av. 5 Oriente 5, Col. Centro Histórico, 72000 Puebla, Pue.


Kitchen of the Ex Convento de Santa Rosa

The Convent of Santa Rosa de Lima, which had nuns of the Order of Santo Domingo, had as precedent a beguinage led by the Dominican friar Bernardo de Andia between 1677 and 1680.

The permanent collection invites you to know the variety of materials and techniques that integrate the artisan wealth of the state, with the presence of Acatlán clay, Huixcolotla chopped paper, Tecali stone, Chigmecatitlán woven palm and textiles from the Sierra Norte, among others. In the entrance, there is a viceregal mural that still remains from the past.

Address: Calle 3 Norte No. 1203 Centro Histórico, Puebla


Museum of the Evolution of Puebla

The Museum of the Evolution of Puebla shows, through four exhibition rooms, a journey of more than 14 billion years that covers the origins of the universe, as well as the main geological eras of Earth and the evolution of species.

Topics such as biodiversity, global warming, and ecology are also developed. However, the permanent exhibition has an important collection of fossils, minerals, and skeletons reproductions of extinct species, as well as interactive resources, scale models, and mockups that allow the visitor to approach the museum in a didactic way.

Address: Av: Ejército de Oriente, esq. Cazadores de Morelia S/N, Unidad Cívica 5 de Mayo. Los Fuertes, 72260 Puebla, Pue.


Museum of the Mexican Revolution House of the Serdán Brothers

The Regional Museum of the Mexican Revolution House of the Serdán brothers was inaugurated on November 18th, 1960 by President Adolfo López Mateos with the objective of remembering the beginning of the Mexican Revolution of Puebla which Aquiles, Máximo and, Carmen Serdán took part of.

The property belonged to Natalia Serdán, and functioned as a secret headquarters for the meetings of the anti-relectionist party of Puebla and warehouse of weapons and ammunition until the discovery of the conspiracy in 1910 where Máximo and Achilles lost their lives.

On the first floor, you can see a recreation of the area where the Serdán Altatriste lived, including Carmen's bed which was donated to the museum by the family. On the second floor, historical photographs, newspapers and documents explain the origins and development of the Mexican Revolution.

Among the most relevant works is “El espejo baleado”, a mirror that has bullet impacts from the fight.

Address: 6 Oriente No. 206, Centro Histórico, Puebla.



Sierra Norte

With cold and wet weather, the Sierra Norte seduces by its mysterious landscapes and its tasty gastronomy, it also offers a great variety of destinations and nature activities, just as holidays and festivities. It is the area with the most Magic Towns.


Sierra Nororiental

It has endless natural attractions, its weather is warm in the low parts and cold in the high zones. Its wild hills create a large system of rivers, caves and waterfalls that makes it favorable for adventurous tourism. It also offers a wide variety of textile, fiber and wood handicrafts, as well as products derived from its crops.


Valle Central

Taking into account a biocultural bridge, this territory full of valleys, mountains and axalapazcos (volcanic crater lakes), is a perfect destination to know a piece of planet history. Hike in the plains and through the stone pinewoods, taste the flavors and know the legacy of our prehispanic culture in the archaeological area of Cantona.


Sierra Nevada

In this mountain range, which belongs to the Neo volcanic axis, the capital of the state was settled, its fertile territory offers an endless number of activities to make, it’s ideal for every type of taste and different ages. Create a route and go across historical locations full of traditions and stories.


Sierra del Tentzo

These hills with an uneven territory are located at the south center of the state. It is rich in biodiversity and ancestral culture, and is the result of traditions narrated in tales and oral expressions that have passed from generation to generation. Go deeper to know furthermore from the entrance of the rich Mixteca Poblana.



Known as a desert region inhabited the ngiva people, this area shelters a great natural and cultural wealth, furthermore has quarries where have been found fossil that dates back thousand years, which makes it in an essential destination to do activities for recreation and learning.


Sierra Negra

Contrasting lands, from the hot tropical desert full with columnar cactus to the cold woody peaks, its landscape invites you to explore its valleys, hills, rivers and paths that goes just into the heart of human history. The Tehuacán-Cuitatlán Biosphere Reserve, considered a mixed (cultural and natural) World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is located here.



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