Puebla, Mexico: Transportation
Puebla is served by Hermanos Serdán International Airport, but most air travels fly into Mexico City’s international airport, due to a higher capacity. Puebla’s international airport provides flights to and from the United States as well as domestic flights. The airport is undergoing an expansion project, which will add an additional terminal to increase the handling capacity of many more international flights.
Highway 150D links is the fastest way to get to Puebla from Mexico City, by car. This four lane toll road continues on to Veracruz. Several bus services link Mexico City to Puebla and Veracruz. Rides from the capital to Puebla take about 2 hours, while the trips between Puebla and Veracruz are 3 and a half hours long. Some buses from Mexico City will have a stop in downtown Puebla, but most will just arrive at CAPU station, from where visitors need to take a taxi to the city center.
Pueblo Transit has 12 bus routes that run from morning to evening. The system covers most of the city and buses arrive every 30 minutes at all stops. Alternatively, taxis are readily available throughout the city, and there’s always the option to rent a car.