The square and buildings around it were the main happening in the town. Don’t miss to try one of the Mexican delicacies in one of the restaurants around the square- chapulines (fried grasshoppers) served with tacos and guacamole sauce (an avocado-based sauce that originated with the Aztecs in Mexico).
I wonder if the musicians are still showing up at the same time on the same corner of the square, making a memorable atmosphere for the newly visitors in the town. Deeply emotional melody that is still playing in my head.
There are a few coffee bars near the cathedral Santo Domingo with open air terrace on the roof where you can enjoy the wonderful view of the town with Margarita in hand. Believe me, this combination won’t leave you indifferent.
There was a wedding during the weekend in the Santo Domingo Cathedral. French girl with a Mexican guy getting married, stylish all the way. The inside of the cathedral made it look even more glamorous.
Traditional Mexican dances in the front of the cathedral after they gave the vows.
If you are passing through this side of the world, do not hesitate to visit Oaxaca, it will leave you breathless!