• Santo Domingo

    C. Macedonio Alcalá s/n, RUTA INDEPENDENCIA, Centro, 68000 Oaxaca de Juárez, Oax. .

    The Temple of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, a jewel of baroque architecture that continues to enchant locals and tourists alike with its majesty. "The internal decoration of this sanctuary is in the Baroque style, and Mexican workers and the best architects brought from Spain worked on it. Its construction began in 1575 and was completed at the end of the same century. Its consecration took place in 1611" - INAH 

  • The Macedonio Alcalá Theater

    Av. de la Independencia 900, Centro, 68000 Oaxaca de Juárez, Oax. .

    The Macedonio Alcalá Theater is one of the iconic venues in Oaxaca and one of the most important theaters in the country, being a bastion of culture since its inauguration on September 5, 1909. Considered one of the 5 most beautiful theaters in the Mexican republic. 

  • Hierve el Agua

    Hierve el Agua, Hierve el Agua, 70477 Oaxaca de Juárez, Oax., Mexico .

    Imagine the following scene: after a long and winding road, you finally arrive at the promised land, a true paradise. Imagine opening your eyes and facing a landscape that extends to the horizon, with natural pools whose crystal-clear waters beg you to refresh in them and a majestic waterfall that seems to have stopped in time. 

  • The Tule Tree

    2 de Abril, 8va Etapa IVO Fracc el Retiro, 68297 Santa María del Tule, Oax., Mexico .

    The Tule Tree is a Montezuma cypress with the largest trunk diameter in the world, measuring 14.06 meters (almost 44 meters in circumference approximately). About 30 people holding hands are needed to surround the tree; it is 42 meters tall, with a crown circumference of 58 meters, a volume of 816,829 m3, and a weight of 636 tons. Various shapes, such as an elephant, the head of a lion, a crocodile, and even a gnome's house, can be seen on its trunk. 

  • Monte Albán

    Ignacio Bernal s/n, Azteca, 68285 San Jacinto Amilpas, Oax., Mexico .

    The archaeological site of Monte Albán was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site on December 11, 1987, together with the Historic Center of the City of Oaxaca. The area protected by INAH covers a surrounding polygon of 2078 hectares. It was one of the most important cities in Mesoamerica, founded around 500 B.C. on top of a mountain in the center of the Central Valleys of Oaxaca. It served as the capital of the Zapotecs from the beginning of our era until 800 A.D.