The Zocalo of the city of Puebla is one of the best preserved in Mexico, aside from the fact that it was recently remodeled. In the fashion of the old Spain, the city was founded around a central park, a building that served as City Hall, and a church that in this case was the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception of Mary. Today, this is a spacious park that is a secure open space that offers culture. Artistic pieces that constantly change can be admired, and give an aspect of modernity to the square. In the same square, visitors can enjoy the archways, see the Town Hall, and be entranced by the stunning architecture of the cathedral. And at the end of a tour around the area, it is best to relax and enjoy the view in one of the cafes that surround the zocalo, or eat the delicious regional cuisine in any of the popular restaurants.