It´s always good to visit Oaxaca, a city recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In March, for example, the jacarandas bloom, emphasizing the greenish of its original quarry stone. Oaxaca is one of the cities where all the historical periods of Mexico shine: pre-Hispanic, colonial, independent, modern, and contemporary are expressed with its natural elegance in every street, colonial building, museum, magical festival, colorful crafts, pre-Columbian ruins, and the many splendorous baroque churches that are to be found in every corner of the city.
Ecotourism, fluorescent lagoons, lush mountains, archaeological sites, colonial treasures, culture, crafts, gastronomy, folklore, parties and many more great experiences will set the tone of your vacation in Oaxaca, the third best city in Central and South America according to Travel and Leisure magazine.
|Celebration of Jesus Christ||San Antonio Tepatlapa January-13|
|Employer of the Workers||San Agustin Etla March-19|
|Feast of San Josè||Huajuapan de León March-19|
|Patronal Feast and cart parade||Juchitlan de Zaragoza May-24|
|Party and Employer Fair||Magdalena Tequisquitlán July-22|
|Festival of dances or Guelaguetza||Oaxaca de Juárez julio ùltimo y penùltimo lunes|
|Calendas||Cuilapan de Gro July-25|
|Patronal Party||Assumption, Nochistlan Aug-15|
|Patronal Party||Pinotepa by Don Luis Aug-15|
|Fiesta Patronal, Monday of the Tule and Guelaguetza||Santa María del Tule Aug-15|
|Christ of exaltation||San Juan Juquila Vijanos Sep-14|
|Patronal Party||Ciudad Ixtepex Sep-30|
|Patronal Party||Ixtlan de Juárez Dic-21|
|Night of rabanos||Oaxaca de Juárez Dic-23|