A bike ride through Puebla
Since January of this year, locals and visitors of the city of Puebla can tour this beautiful city using the Hermanos Serdán Cycle Path, inaugurated by the actual governor Rafael Moreno Valle.
This modern structure has an extension of more than 18 kilometers and goes from the Park Centenario Laguna of Chapulco to the Cholula tourist train station which allows its visitors to go through the most important places in Puebla and all the way to the old city of Cholula. One of its main characteristics is that it has a high structure so the route becomes very pleasant allowing to see buildings and city attractions like the striking Star of Puebla. Some places where people can incorporate to the cycle path are: 16 de septiembre, 11 sur, Lomas de Angelopolis, La Vista, Ciudad Judicial, Art Garden, among others, which makes it very practical for its users.
This new bike path is not only for bicycles, pedestrians can also enjoy it during the day or at night as it has public lighting for night tours. In addition to this, its users can feel safe while touring it because it is designed with protection barriers in all its bridges, ramps, and elevated areas.
No doubt this new proposal is an excellent way to discover the city and exercise at the same time. At a moderate speed, this track can be traversed in 40 minutes by bike and 2 hours walking, which makes it perfect for sports lovers. It is also a great option to get faster to any point of the city or simply to stroll on Sundays with the family.
If you wish to use this cycle path and see all the attraction places offered by Puebla, we invite you to stay at Best Western Plus Puebla with a privileged location only a few steps from Juarez street, one of the busiest streets in the city because of its restaurants and stores, in addition to a delicious buffet breakfast and very comfortable rooms to rest after a day full of activities. Ask about our rates and exclusive packages. Do not forget to book your spring break vacation since now. We are waiting for you!
Photo by: Puebla Noticias