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All reviews pedestrian street santo domingo great walk lots of shops art galleries lovely street fun street hear music cafe brujula great people watching several blocks walk up colonial architecture food vendors amate books central square oaxaca city
It seemed like there was always a 'parade' of some sort happening - maybe it was just that I was there the week before Christmas?!?!?) I cannot say enough good things about Oaxaca though. The 'vibe', the people, the food, the culture
This pedestrian street, which runs from the Cathedral to the Templo Santo Domingo, is endlessly entertaining. I particularly enjoy it on Saturdays, when the society weddings at TSD quite often involve dance troupes, bands, giant puppets, antique cars. But it's interesting all the time. Lots...More
We walked up and down this car free street many times on our way around town. We saw street buskers and parade like activities randomly. There were lots of shops and merchants to buy cheap crafts. Lots of food vendors at each corner. And plenty...More
The traffic is blocked from this street, although the cars do cross every intersection, so it is a haven of peace in busy, trafficy Oaxaca. There are some very nice artesanias available along here, higher-priced than those sold in the street. The atmosphere is very...More
This a traffic free street and where it happens day and night. The buildings are colorful and well preserved and the street paved with stone.You find some interesting shops and restaurants and a major square at the temple de Santo Domingo. Most days there were...More