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Lots to see and do. Gets Crowded Friday and Saturday nights. Wonderful place to stroll around and... read more

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56003Richard
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great street

several blocks of pedestrian only leading to Temple Santo Domingo from Zocalo. Lots of good quality... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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One of Oaxaca's crowded main thoroughfares.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 24 September 2017

I wished I had stayed longer in Oaxaca. Walking along this street was actually the highlight of my trip (Not Monte Alban). I prefer it than the streets in Guadalajara. I also felt safe, even at 9pm, and it seemed like I was in a...More

3  Thank 484rcr
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Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

One can walk for many blocks admiring colonial architecture. It's pretty touristy. A nice walk but nothing special. Many other parts of the city have much more charm and authenticity. We visited during the day so perhaps it is different at night.

1  Thank Joel P
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lots to see and do. Gets Crowded Friday and Saturday nights. Wonderful place to stroll around and eat and see and do.

Thank 56003Richard
Reviewed 3 days ago

several blocks of pedestrian only leading to Temple Santo Domingo from Zocalo. Lots of good quality galleries shops restaurants and great bookstore-Amate books

Thank david w
Reviewed 1 week ago

one of the principals streets in Oaxaca with a lot of museums, restaurants, arts, and everything that takes place in Oaxaca city is in this Street, you have to walk it, it is a must

Thank pfl0res
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Loved this street, free of traffic, often filled with locals in their costumes celebrating some fiesta. Filled with music, art galleries, shops and some of the best stores. The galleries were outstanding

Thank Lipstickkids
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very wide clear street. Full of locals relaxing. You. Can see many shops of local products and souvenirs.

Thank EriBrunette
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a nice walk. Here you’ll also find several gift shops that offer items other than typical crafts. Yes, you’ll find them too. There is a cooperative (two large jaguar heads in front above the doors) called Huizache which houses over 70 groups of...More

Thank OBD2142
Reviewed 19 September 2018 via mobile

This pedestrian thoroughfare is beyond a doubt the safest place a pedestrian can be in Oaxaca City. There are plenty of great, if somewhat expensive shops. I always check out the Amate bookstore, and the restaurant in that building serves a good lasagna if you're...More

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Reviewed 17 August 2018

It's always a party at the Andador, calendas everywhere, live music, vendors, people smiling and having fun!

1  Thank Gabriela V
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

One can walk for many blocks admiring colonial architecture. It's pretty touristy. A nice walk but nothing special. Many other parts of the city have much more charm and authenticity. We visited during the day so perhaps it is different at night.

1  Thank Joel P
Reviewed 22 July 2018

we stayed on this street. we get up, walk out. no cars, lots of people going about their lives and just enjoying life. at night you might find some musicians or just lovers holding hands walking along this romantic street.

1  Thank smatthews8473
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