Oaxaca Events and Places In Oaxaca, Mexico
Within 40 miles of the City of Oaxaca there several pre-columbian ruin sites: Monte Alban, Dainzu, Yagul, Lambyteco, Mitla, Huijazoo, and San Jose el Mogote
The last week of October and the first week of November find the people of Oaxaca preparing their cemeteries for the Days of the Dead celebration
In the modern cosmopolitan city of Oaxaca you can find sophisticated shopping and gourmet dining
The artisan in each village surrounding the city of Oaxaca specialize in a craft. In Arrazola the carvers create sculpted and painted animals of wood.
Oaxaca South Central Mexico
Regional festivals go on throughout the year in Oaxaca. Costumed in the regional dress from Oaxaca's seven distinct ethnic and geographic regions, dancers celebrate in the city center.
Within 40 miles of the city of Oaxaca, seven major ruin sites are open to the public
Oaxaca Events and Church Tours : Two hour tour of churches and other places. Get an insiders look at Oaxaca. Meet Linda at Zocalo in front of Cathedral at 10:00 AM Tuesdays and Saturdays firstname.lastname@example.org
Oaxaca Cooking Classes
La Casa Del Tio Guero Restaurant
Serving typical Oaxacan cuisine with a vegetarian and meat menu is offering cooking classes every week year round
Sign up at the restaurant on Garcia Vigil (street) #715
Eight blocks north of the Zocalo
Tel. 51 69584
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Oaxaca Events and Places includes Regional festivals that go on throughout the year in Oaxaca.
Costumed in the regional dress from Oaxaca's seven distinct ethnic and geographic regions, dancers celebrate in the city center.
Oaxaca City offers luxury hotels and reasonable lodging. Luxury hotels and Vacation rentals can be found in Oaxaca City and the surrounding hills.
Rental cars are available in the City of Oaxaca and at the airport. (OAX),
Oaxaca City offers a jet airport for international flights connecting through Mexico City. Direct flights reach Houston and the Pacific Coast at Puerto Escondido and the luxury beach resort of Huatulco.
Oaxaca City offers many museums.
- Museums of Art, Artisans, Archaeology
The City of Oaxaca becomes an exciting place to be during the festivals such as the Guelaguetza, the Day of the Dead, and Semana Santa or Easter Week. The city comes alive with music, Oaxacan art, museum exhibitions, and, during the Day of the Dead, the decorating of altars in the pedestrian-only streets.
Oaxaca's hotels and shops decorate their entry ways and the restaurants feature the regional cuisine of Oaxaca as they spend the last week of October preparing for Oaxaca's Day of the Dead.