• Visit the famous nearby Zapotec site at Monte Alban as well as Yagul and Mitla.
• See the oldest tree in the Americas at El Tule.
• Go shopping at one of Oaxaca’s handicraft markets.
• Hire a car and tour the villages surrounding Oaxaca.
• Explore Oaxaca’s churches including the Santo Domingo church.
• Visit the art school and paper factory in Vista Hermosa Etla.
• Hang out at one of many outdoor cafes at the Zocalo and watch the world go by.
• Treat yourself to a revitalizing temazcal treatment.
• Take a cooking class in Oaxaca cuisine.
• Visit Oaxaca’s museums.
• Visit Hierve el Agua.
• Mountain bike rentals and horseback riding can be arranged at a local agency.
• Go birdwatching.
• Join in the celebrations such as: the ‘Day of the Dead’, ‘The night of the radishes’, Christmas, the largest fiesta in Oaxaca – the “Guelaguetza” dance festival in July and the many events and attractions of Easter week.

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