OAXACA CITY

Oaxaca City is a destination that has grown quite rapidly and with its growth the city has been in constant change, one of these changes has been with accommodation, before you would have classic hotels that would be just enough to have a pleasant stay in the city but with rapid increase in tourism this had to change. The last couple of years have been crucial for Oaxaca, with each year that passes new options for accommodation are created, whether it’s an historic building being remodeled to serve as a hotel, a beautiful house is being restored or a completely new building, Oaxaca will certainly have something to offer to everyone.

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TO TALK ABOUT OAXACA...

To talk about Oaxaca is to talk about living culture, one thing that immediately comes to mind is Oaxacan food, if you´ve had the fortune to try Mexican food you know you´re in for a treat when I say Oaxacan cuisine is the best food in the country. This traditional cuisine has been taught from generation to generation, you can try to follow any recipe and you will fail miserably each time because it´s not something you learn from books or youtube tutorials, this millenary tradition comes from endless hours of cooking with your mom or grandmother, it´s this type of things that makes these dishes feel like a warm hug to your soul, like a grandmother´s hug.

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OAXACA IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST STATES IN MEXICO

Oaxaca is one of the biggest states in Mexico, certainly the one with the most municipalities, it has 570 and they´re divided into 8 regions: Valles Centrales (where Oaxaca city is located), Cañada, Costa, Papaloapan, Sierra Sur and Sierra Norte. To get to know Oaxaca it´s important to understand that every region is unique with different traditions, different food, different scenery but each one as beautiful as the others.

Also it is very important to know that Oaxaca is one of the most prideful of their heritage, with 13 indigenous cultures it makes Oaxaca one of the most important places to preserve these fundamental parts of Mexican history.

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