This street runs throughout Oaxaca Centro. You can walk all the way down from Church of Santo Domingo to the Zocalo. Wonderful pedestrians-only street. Restaurants, stores, museums. The core of the city. great area to jog in the morning and strall at night.
This old street is called Andador Touristico,too. Ok, you have to walk it by day and by night. Here you can find the old spirit of Oaxaca with his old buildings and close your eyes and imagine the time when the Spanish conquistadors built up the city in the former times.
Beautiful corridor, full of history you can see the public library the Santo Domingo Cathedral, close to Benito Juarez home.
Andador turistico is a pedestrian street that conects Templo de Santo Domingo con el Zocalo. Its official name is Calle de Alcala, but everyone knows it as ANDADOR TURISTICO because there are many galleries, shops, restaurants, museums, etc. Great walk.
I never thought I would review a street, but I really enjoyed this particular street. Oaxaca City has some very narrow and crowded sidewalks, so it was a treat to be able to stroll down or up Macedonia Alcala. Not only do you have plenty of room to stroll and people watch, there are some nice shops, cafes and restaurants... 更多
The Andador de Macedonia Alcala is a street that is closed off to cars and trucks. There are museums, restaurants, stores, and day vendors on the street. We saw several parades on it also.
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