Oaxaca en un día

This tour is included in the Tlatoani Citypass.

Get yourself ready to visit one of the most important places in Mexico, when it comes to culture & history!

Oaxaca is know by lots of things: The prehispanic cultures that lived there, their temples, churches , food , markets and people. And on this occasion you will be visiting all of them!

Our tour starts in Monte Alban, an archeological site build over 2000 years ago in the top of a hill by the Zapotecos(a prehispanic culture ), one of the most important cities in Mesoameric and the very first one to be named as  world’s culural herritage by the UNESCO. By the way, there are still some Zapotecos around, so if you are luck you will get to know them and listen to this beautiful language.

Afterwards you will visit Oaxaca’s City, more specifically the  Mercado de Benito Juarez, a mexican typish market , where you will inmerse yourself in a color, smell and sound-full environment. You will have some free time to try the exepcional food and walk by its beautiful streets, where you will visit  the city’s most important temple : Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion Cathedral. What makes this place so special is that it is one of the first building built in the New Spain. 

We will end the tour by walking in the city’s tourist thoroughfare to get to Santo Domingo de Guzman’s Temple, another important religous place which will show us a little of the artistic richness  and history complexity of this lovely town. 

The bus will depart from Oaxaca to Mexico City at 17h to get back around 23, depending on the highway’s traffic.


  • Round transportation from meeting point.
  • Bilingual guide.


  • Food and beverages
  • Optional Tips


  • Visit Monte Alban archeological site.
  • Visit the Temple of Santo Domingo de Guzman
  • Visit Nuesta Señora de la Asuncion Cathedral
  • Visit Oaxaca’s Downtown
  • Visit Benito Juarez Market

Operational Days : Mondays

Meeting point:  Hostal Amigo, Isabela la Catolica #61-A , Centro ,CDMX  at 4:00 a.m

Duration: 19 hours.

Note: This tour is included in Tlatoani Passport

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