Hotel Casa Vértiz Oaxaca is proud of its excellent location in the heart of the Historic Center. Being just a few steps away from the church and ex-convent of Santo Domingo de Guzmán and the main pedestrian street, Calle Macedonia Alcalá, makes us one of the most comfortable and convenient choices of accommodation in Oaxaca. In this culturally rich and varied city, you will be able to see our beautiful colonial architecture and get to know the traditional identities of the state´s many indigenous cultures. Within easy walking distance of the hotel, you will find a huge number of impressive museums, art galleries, libraries, markets, artisanal crafts and restaurants.

    *Click here to see a map of the Sites of Interest in Oaxaca.

    Archaeological Zones and other must-see sites

    - Monte Albán (*Oaxaca’s biggest Zapotec archaeological site)

    - Mitla (*Archaeological Site)

    - Hierve el Agua (*Petrified Waterfalls – a very rare geological feature)

    - Yagul (*Archaeological Site)

    - Dainzú (*Archaeological Site)

    - Teotitlán-del-Valle (*Artisanal Craft: Textiles and hand-woven rugs)

    - Tlacochahuaya (*an agricultural town with a beautiful 16th Century church)

    - Tlacolula (*Market Day - Sunday)

    - Zaachila (*Archaeological Site)

    - Cuilapam (*town famous for its magnificent convent and church)

    - San Bartolo Coyotepec (*Artisanal Craft: Barro negro)

    - San Martin Tilcajete (*Artisanal Craft: Alebrijes)

    - Ocotlán(*Market Day – Friday)

    - Centro de Artes de San Agustín, Etla (CASA)

    - Sierra Norte (*beautiful mountain range with a variety of ecotourism activities)

    - Capulalpam de Méndez (*this town in the Sierra Norte has been given the title “Magical Town” by the Mexican government.)

    - Huatulco and Puerto Escondido (*beach resorts at the state´s breathtaking Pacific coastline)


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