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When you set foot in this place, the magic will pull you in.
I felt a lot more than when I went to Chichen Itza, this place has a magical pull to it.
It you can, go for the climb option, most day...More
A significant archaeological site, and an incredible visiting experience. With or without a guide, one is caught up in the beauty and grandeur of the site.The views from the top of the major pyramids are breath-taking. The signage in Spanish and English provides sufficient information...More
It sits only six kilometers from downtown and there is a good business in getting people there and back by shuttle and bus for up to 60 Pesos one way. Once there there is an entrance fee and allow one point five hours to walks...More
This is an amazing attraction and it's just a short distance from downtown Oaxaca. Having a guide is a great idea as the complex is huge. Be prepared to walk and climb to fully experience Monte Alban. Comfortable shoes, hats, sunscreen are a must. Vendors...More
Monte Alban is considered one of the top three or four archeological sites in Mesoamerica. If you are in the city for only two or three days it is a must see attraction. The cost is reasonable and there are often free-lance guides at the...More
This ruines is huge and very old, some parts as old as 100 BC. You must have the ability to climb some very big steps. You will definitely get your exercise here. The views are beautiful of the valley below. It is only about a...More
Spectacular experience which surpassed all my expectations! Don’t miss this.
We caught the local bus from outside Riviera Hotel in town for 58 pesos each return.
Such an incredible sight and one I’ll never forget!
A spectacular pre hispanic site. A glimpse in the distant past with a remarkably sophisticated social story. Very close to the city of Oaxaca. Beautifully restored. A grand situation -- top of a hill views all round of the central valley and the Sierras beyond....More