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Inside Background
The various indigenous civilizations in Oaxaca, fused with Spanish and other...
Last edited: 26 June 2006
Before the arrival of the Aztecs in the 1400s, several tribes inhabited the...
Last edited: 03 September 2008
Oliver Sacks, a well known writer and neurologist, has written a marvelous...
Last edited: 15 January 2008
Inside Transportation
You can easily get flights to Oaxaca from Mexico City.
Last edited: 29 April 2006
Taxis and buses are easy to find in Oaxaca, although everything is also within...
Last edited: 14 January 2008
When it comes to renting a car in Oaxaca, a simple phrase springs to mind...
Last edited: 20 January 2015
Inside Things to Do
Teotitlan Teotitlan is a great day trip from Oaxaca since it is only about 30...
Last edited: 08 September 2012
Leading up to Christmas in Oaxaca are many events and processions. Dec 23 is la...
Last edited: 14 January 2008
Rufino Tamayo was a Oaxacan native, and his former residence houses a...
Last edited: 16 September 2006
The City of Oaxaca is a clean, safe, beautiful, and relaxing place to visit...
Last edited: 01 January 2013
The region around Oaxaca is home to several thousand archaeological sites, with...
Last edited: 10 January 2008
Oaxaca nightlife is not quite as exciting as some of the larger Mexican cities...
Last edited: 02 January 2009
You can take a bus from Hotel Rivera del Angel to Monte Alban, Calle Mina 508...
Last edited: 16 November 2014
Oaxaca has an up and coming modern art scene. There are many artists who work...
Last edited: 09 September 2012
The ocean is located quite far away from the city center, but they include some...
Last edited: 26 June 2006
1. Eat at Los Danzantes on the Alcala just opposite the Santa Domingo it has a...
Last edited: 22 April 2015
Beginning a trip in Mexico with a few weeks of Spanish immersion can be a great...
Last edited: 31 March 2015
If you can't buy it here, you don't need it.  The Abastos is said to be the...
Last edited: 16 September 2006
Monte Alban is the premier archaeological site near Oaxaca.It is a Zapotec site...
Last edited: 09 September 2012
This museum has its entrance just to the north of Sto Domingo churchs entrance...
Last edited: 12 January 2010
The Pueblos Mancomunados are a group of 8 commonly linked or affiliated...
Last edited: 15 July 2014
Like many museums in Oaxaca, this museum is open at night as well as the...
Last edited: 14 January 2008
Inside Dining Scene
Oaxaca is famous for its mole negro (one of the seven moles that are served in...
Last edited: 17 September 2006
Inside Mexico: For Foreign Visitors
The national currency of Mexico is the Mexican Peso;  and Banco de Mexico is...
Last edited: 20 July 2016
Remember to keep the color departure/arrival form, if you lose it, you will...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
Puerto Vallarta  When a car accident occurs in Puerta Vallarta all cars...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
Phrases and words that may be helpful to you while in Mexico include: The...
Last edited: 02 May 2016
52 (Five Two) is the International Country Code for calling Mexico. 00 (zero...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
GUIDE TO TIPPING IN MEXICO Tipping guidelines for Mexico are nearly the same...
Last edited: 26 June 2016
Benito Juarez airport (MEX) serving Mexico City is modern and efficient. There...
Last edited: 18 June 2016
You can use a checking bankcard, credit card or debit card, and will find ATM's...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
If you travel by bus in Mexico you will have one of the most pleasant surprises...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
Mexico’s national currency is the Peso.  Though some merchants both along the...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
Although Mexico is a big country, it can be easily travelled by car - if you...
Last edited: 23 November 2015
UNITED STATES United States Embassy in Mexico : Paseo de la Reforma 305, Col...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
There are "locales"  (or locations) for calling long distance that use VOIP...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
If you are stopped by the police, do your best not to hand over your original...
Last edited: 27 January 2016
Concerns for safety and security in Mexico have risen steadily over the past...
Last edited: 16 October 2011
There appears  to be some question regarding car rental and driving in Mexico...
Last edited: 27 January 2016
The following is from Profeco, the Mexican Governments Consumer Agency for...
Last edited: 25 March 2016