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  • Puebla desde el cielo

See Puebla from the sky

If you are not afraid of heights and you want to see Puebla from the sky, we invite you to try one of the most original tours that the city of Puebla offers: the Helicopter Tour.

In this tour you can see the Zocalo Fuertes, Angelopolis and Cholula in only 12 minutes. During this time you will have the opportunity to observe the whole city, from its oldest buildings, to the most modern and avant-garde Puebla. Prepare your camera, have your eyes wide open and be amazed by the architecture and magnificent scenery that this beautiful city has, as well as the neighboring city of Cholula.

Now a days you can explore Puebla many meters from the ground, either in the Star of Puebla or the cable car, which is certainly also a good experience to observe the city, each in its own way, but no trip like this gives you the opportunity to know each one of its zones and most emblematic buildings from a different perspective.

2 more people can come in this tour with you, so join your friends or invite your partner to accompany you in this fantastic experience. On the other hand, if you plan to propose to your girlfriend and want to do it in an original way, this is certainly an excellent choice. This tour offers several flight options, one of them and the most requested one is for proposals, as well as for special events and business trips.

The cost is a bit high ($4,500 pesos per flight) but it is worth it if you want to experience and see the city aboard a Bell 206 Ranger Helicopter. If you want more information about this exciting tour visit the site: or call 5543805817.

Are you coming to Puebla and still don’t have a reservation? We recommend Best Western Plus Puebla only 15 minutes away from the Historic Center and of the most visited places in the city like the Star of Puebla or Angelopolis. With very comfortable facilities and accessible rates for groups and events. Ask about promotions and get ready to see all that Puebla has to offer.

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