The best way to cover short distances (e.g., between the Zocalo and Santa Domingo - and beyond) is to walk along this north-south route. Attractive buildings, interesting people, and all (mostly) free of cars and motor bikes. We never took a taxi within the town, thanks to the Anador, and many other attractions are within a block or two east... 更多
Good steak dinners are hard to find in Mexico that we are use to in the USA. This is a highly recommended steak restaurant with the good cuts of meat, cooked to your desired taste served with a baked potato. Mexico slices their meat thin and does not marinate their beef except in hot sauces. The beef at Los Chavales... 更多
Years and years ago, this didn't exist and what a pleasure it does. A great chance to stroll the city, eat street food, hear music, all times of day. It is a little touristy but also seems just the regular hangout. Great fun.
This is the best way to Get to and from (zócalo-Santo Domingo temple) it has a bunch of stores and restaurant as well places where you can pay for a tour to different other places in the state also rent a car and stuff it is really safe and there is toons of light
One of the beautiful streets of Oaxaca, and there are so many, just oozing charm and history. The restoration is great.
All right, its touristy, but its so darn quaint that you like it in spite of yourself. A pedestrian only street that ends at the Zocalo (the Templo Santo Domingo is en route), AdMA is lined with boutiques, restaurants, cafes, homes, squares, churches etc. Many of the buildings are constructed with a beautiful local stone the color of oxidized copper,... 更多
Relaxing street to stroll down, watch people, peek in shops and eat a meal. There a frequent parades and fireworks to celebrate weddings and life. We found ourselves walking this street several times a day, from our hotel near the Zócalo up to Santo Domingo de Guzmán.