Oaxaca Travel Guide
– House of Nomad
Hotel Sin Nombre: Talk about travel-inspired design! This hotel is beyond beautiful. A modern vibe with a mixture of design elements from cultures around the world.
EAT & DRINK
Etnofood literally has it all: it’s a bakery and restaurant that also offers tastings tours and cooking classes
Enjoy lunch or dinner with a view of the city and surrounding mountains at Hotel Amantes Casa Azul
For amazing Mexican fusion cuisine, try Los Danzantes
For an upscale meal with inventive global cuisine, dine at Origen
Tacos and mezcal margaritas at Guajolote de Oro is a must. Plus, their shelving is major inspo!
Treat yourself to modern Oaxacan dishes at Casa Oaxaca El Restaurante
Go back in time and step into the most amazing bar: Unión de Palenqueros de Oaxaca
Looking for a mezcal tasting? Visit Mezcalería In Situ
Enjoy the tasting room at Consejo Cervecero — a local brewery in Oaxaca
Buy a local sombrero that you won't want to take off at Casa de Diseno Mexicano
Love contemporary clothing and accessories? A trip to Marchanta is a must!For more amazing clothing, shop ‘til you drop at Antiga be Vianney Mendez
Origen Textil: We seriously went crazy in here! One of the best shops for clothing in Oaxaca, and all pieces are handmade locally using natural dyes!Pick up a bottle (or five) of the Gem & Bolt mezcal! Not only is it delicious, but it’s also female owned and operated!
Tour the city with the “king” (@oaxacking) for the most incredible rundown of the city’s food and historyExplore, Mercado Benito Juarez, the local market in OaxacaDiscover new contemporary art at Museo de Arte Contemporaneo
Spend a day in Tlacolula de Matamoros, the largest town in the Eastern arm of the Oaxaca ValleyBask in the beauty of the Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán
If a trip to the beach is what you seek, check out San Agustín Bay
Enjoy a mezcal tour at Lalocura
For a deeper dive into the Oaxacan culture, visit the Mitla, an archaeological site with ancient city ruins.If you’re interested in visiting Mitla, a trip to the Monte Albán ruins is something else you’ll want to add to your itinerary!
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