Mercado Venustiano Carranza (Cemitas Market), Puebla

Mercado Venustiano Carranza (Cemitas Market), Puebla

Mercado Venustiano Carranza is also known as the Cemitas Market. It is a special food market, where you can purchase fresh fruit and vegetables. You will also get acquainted with the culinary delights of Mexico. There is no other place in the world that makes cemitas better than in Puebla.

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Mercado Venustiano Carranza (Cemitas Market) on Map

Sight Name: Mercado Venustiano Carranza (Cemitas Market)
Sight Location: Puebla, Mexico (See walking tours in Puebla)
Sight Type: Shopping
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