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This street has all kinds of Mexican candies, there is a lot of stores around where you can choose, not only they sell candies but also some beautiful souvenirs. There is a variety of candies from where to choose and some stores even have candies...More
The calle del dulces was fun for adults and kids. Sampling from a few different stores made my 5 year old quite happy. La Gran Fama seems to be the elder statesman, and we got most of our stuff from there (the peanut brittle-ish bars...More
This is a great street, not only because of the builds that are full of history and colors also for its locals or stores that sell many traditional candies of this city, people are really friendly and open mind too.
If you're curious about the local candy (Puebla has some styles different from other parts of Mexico), then it's worth a visit. Most of the shops will offer you samples to try, and the more "Mom & Pop" type shops are very low pressure. I'd...More
This is a famous street, a visitor in Puebla cannot leave without knowing about it and buying some sweets to take away. There are approximately 250 meters of length in this street, which is full on both sides with typical sweets stores of Puebla. I...More
It's an OK street to walk through once, so see a selection of typical Poblano sweets, which are moslty candied fruits and derivatives thereof. This kind of sweets wasn't really our thing, and while I was hoping to find some artisan mexican chocolates in those...More