Oaxaca

11 Dec 2018 - 12 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Oaxaca?

9.8
History Buffs
8.9
Foodies
8.3
Backpackers
7.9
Family Travellers
7.0
Green Travellers
Member reviews (24)
Yogic Traveler ❀
Yogic Traveler ❀Puerto Vallarta
09/07/2016

A popular colonial city to visit in Mexico, I loved this region and the city was very nice to visit.

Matthias Hagemann
Matthias HagemannStuttgart
19/08/2014

friendy city surrounded by mountains, colorfull market with good meals for resonable prices at the daytime

Ashlee Christian
Ashlee ChristianBrooklyn
14/06/2015

I fell immediately, head-over-heels in love with Oaxaca. With so many things to love it is hard to pinpoint just a few. One of the most unique things about this region though, is the cuisine. Do not be shy to eat here. Eat whatever, whenever, wherever. Especially at the main market in the magical corridor of grilled meats (follow your nose). The zocalo and Monte Alban are of course must-sees. I would highly recommend one of those walks about where you deliberately try and get yourself lost, you will find something lovely and exciting without fail.

Jennifer Kho
Jennifer KhoOaxaca de Juarez
14/06/2015

With vibrant Colonial architecture; a cute, walkable downtown; beautiful artistic traditions including alebrijes (intricately painted wood crafts) and pottery (black, green and natural); and amazing culinary specialties -- including many different types of molés; tlayudas (huge, grilled quesadillas); wonderful cheeses; squash blossoms year round; nieves (sorbets) in unique flavors like cheese, hierba santa and burned milk; and, of course, mezcal -- this city quickly won my heart. In fact, after our first visit last year, my husband and I resolved to come back and live here for a year, which we're doing now.

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