Wear comfortable shoes and open your eyes wide to enjoy a Historical tour of Oaxaca City and get to know the gastronomic and cultural richness that this city offers and that you will definitely fall in love with.
In about 3 and a half hours, you will have the opportunity to visit the aqueduct built between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, continuing on the street of Garcia Vigil, passing in front of the Seminary of the Holy Cross; space where both Benito Juarez, president who established the foundations on which the secular state and the federal Republic was founded in Mexico, and Porfirio Diaz, known as the hero of the French intervention and who was president for 31 years, studied.
Further on you will find the house where Juarez spent his adolescence and the temple of Our Lady of Carmen until you reach the temple of Santo Domingo, home of the museum of cultures and the site that holds the treasure of the seventh tomb of Monte Alban. Don’t miss its impressive baroque decoration, the facades of the novohispanic mansions on Alcalá Street, the Cathedral and finally, the Plaza de la
Constitución with its authentic art nouveau kiosk and its colorful markets full of aromas and flavors.