Looks nice, clean, offers a variety of services from Book stores, coffee shops to gourmet restaurants and nice Boutique Hotels.
This place is pretty much what we did most of the nights, I suggest you start form the Zocalo and walked your way up to the “temple of Santo Domingo” on the way you will encounter some local dancers performing there show, nice little art boutiques where they sell and made Alebrijes, chocolate stores, Grasshoppers sellers, and nice restaurant I... 更多
This is a car free walking hall, loaded with stores, restaurants, a library, food vendors, art, etc. It's just so relaxing to walk around any time of the day.
My wife and I were staying at the Holiday Inn Express, so pretty much every day we would walk downtown on this street from the hotel. This is a very busy street. Some portions of it are closed to traffic which makes it nice to stroll on...no fear of getting run over by a car. Here in Mexico the car... 更多
During Semana Santa, there are strings of purple and white cut-out paper strung across the street, wafting in the wind, just gorgeous. The shops, restaurants, and bars on this street are charming and worth visiting, and strolling around this area is relaxing and delightful.
A great place to walk around relax and take in the town. There is a great restaurant on that strip called "Los Danzantes," and a super cute book store called "Amate Books."
This street is closed to vehicles. I have walked this street daily for the last 2 months. There are many choices of cafes to stop and savor delicious Oaxacan coffee. There are artisans hawking jewelry, hats, rugs, traditional hand made clothes and so much more. Street musicians play for tips and one will see an occasional wedding or quinsinera in... 更多
I love how the people of Oaxaca know how engage socially...no computers, or tvs, but instead head outside and stroll, chat, have coffee, mezcal, chocolate. That is what this space is about! You will see all ages walking around, couples cuddling, groups of kids practicing dance on courtyards, street musicians, vendors, and endless stores carrying local goods. We are there... 更多
This is a delightful street in Oaxaca. Pedestrians wander, meet with friends, take coffee or read a book. It's incredibly lively, but tranquil at the same time. I look forward to walking along again this March. :)
Strolling along this pedestrian-only street is a Oaxacan treat. Lots of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and street food along the way.