A small city a few kilometres from Puebla and famous for its pre-Columbian pyramid, which is concealed beneath a hill on top of which stands a church built by the Spanish colonists.
Spend an evening here. Though quite peaceful during the day, the atmosphere changes in the evening due to the city's quite large student population – fun and partying guaranteed!
Note to lovers of churches: you've found your dream destination. Despite it's small size, the city contains some 360 of them! Interesting stat apart, Cholula is pretty much an obligatory place to visit
for anyone including Puebla as a stop on their itinerary around Mexico.
The two cities are close neighbours, and the one forming the subject of this review is quite a lovely little place.