Adventure. Is the word that describes the post of today, people want to explore, a trip is the best way to explore and on a trip, a tour. Oaxaca is full of places for tours, and we have the best tours in Oaxaca in this post. WHAT’S A TOUR? A tour is a trip, in … Read moreBEST TOURS IN OAXACA THAT YOU NEED TO LIVE THIS 2023
Come with me to visit a district of Oaxaca that you’re not going to forget, full of colors, smells, flavors, and very photogenic. This is the Jalatlaco District (Barrio de Jalatlaco), a place quite “hidden” for tourists, but that every day is getting more famous. WHAT DOES “JALATLACO” MEAN? The name of this district that … Read moreTHE MAGICAL AND COLORFUL JALATLACO DISTRICT
Hello to everyone, welcome to Travel In Oaxaca, in this post I will tell you about other food that are sold in the beautiful streets of Oaxaca. If you have not seen the other parts I invite you to see them. LET´S START! TLAYUDAS The tlayudas are the representative dish of Oaxaca, this dish is … Read moreSTREET FOOD IN OAXACA, WHAT TO EAT?and WHERE? (Part3)
Oaxaca has it all, culture, history, nature, smells, colors, and flavors, today I am going to tell you about the street food that you can find in Oaxaca. (Central Valleys). WHAT STREET FOOD CAN YOU FIND? In the Historic Center of Oaxaca you can find some things like oaxacan ice cream, esquites, tamales, tortas of … Read moreSTREET FOOD FROM OAXACA, WHAT TO EAT AND WHERE? (Part1)
Santa María del Tule is the town that has the widest tree in the world and it is located in Oaxaca. This town is in the region of the Central Valleys, a region of Oaxaca where flavors, colors and cultures of the 7 regions converge and where the Guelaguetza is celebrated. The Tule is a … Read moreWHICH TREE IS THE WIDEST IN THE WORLD?
Oaxacan ice creams are a gastronomic emblem of Oaxaca, its way of elaboration is different from that of common ice creams, and another of its characteristics is that most of them are made with fruits in a natural way. MILK OR WATER? The most common flavors are lemon, tuna, soursop, sorbet, walnut and perhaps the … Read moreOAXACAN ICE CREAM