Day trips out of Oaxaca to the many beautifully preserved convents reveal the rich history of Spanish conquest and Catholic rule of the region.
Oaxaca City, aside from being a charming colonial town, offers a rich blend of Mexican and upscale international cuisine for every food lover.
The ruins of Monte Alban, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most culturally and historically significant sites to visit in Mexico
The charming colonial city of Oaxaca boasts old Mexican traditions, colorful festivals, delicious regional food and a vibrant indigenous culture.
With its springtime climate, rugged mountains and colorful indigenous culture, Oaxaca boasts vibrant festivals and celebrations all year long.
Once an important Zapotec religious and ceremonial center, Mitla boasts a unique series of structures and patios adorned with stonework mosaics.
Oaxaca is Mexico's folk art center with over 15 distinct language and cultural groups, and a unique, magical event almost every week of the year.
Oaxaca is an incredible beautiful mix of colorful indigenous colonial cultures, surrounded by mountains that are home to many archaeological sites.