guelaguetza 2011

guelaguetza 2011


Guelaguetza Itinerary 2011

The production of this itinerary involved extensive research and careful planning. It is sure to prove an enlightening and pleasant experience for all! Please scroll down for the specific daily activities and events.

Friday, July 16th

  • Reception at Oaxaca’s International Airport
  • Transport to your boutique hotel in the heart of the City Center of Oaxaca
  • Tour of the City
  • Return to the Hotel

Saturday, July 17th

  • Visit to the Santo Domingo Cultural Center (museum) and Church
  • Lunch at Restaurant “Catedral”
  • Bani Stui Gulal traditional show at the Guelaguetza Auditorium
  • Return to the Hotel

Sunday, July 18th

  • Visit the archeological site of Monte Alban and Arrazola, town of the Alebrijes (or animal woodcarvings)
  • Lunch at La Capilla in Zaachila to enjoy Oaxaca’s traditional “Mole Negro”
  • Donaji “La Leyenda” production at the Guelaguetza Auditorium
  • Return to the Hotel

Monday, July 19th

  • Guelaguetza
  • In the evening, we will eat dinner at a restaurant called Asador Vasco, located in the lively Zocalo (town square) of Oaxaca
  • Return to the Hotel

Tuesday, July 20th

  • Visit to the “Benito Juárez” Market located in dowtown
    Oaxaca City
  • Lunch at “La Biznaga” Restaurant
  • Visit to Santo Domingo’s Ethno-Botanical Garden and a special tour by its designer and creator Alejandro De Avila
  • Return to the Hotel

Wednesday, July 21st

  • Cooking Class
  • Excursion to Mitla, Teotitlan del Valle and El Tule, home of the famous, grand Tule tree
  • Inbetween Mitla and Teotitlan, lunch will take place at “El patio,” a restaurant situated in the pleasant valley of Tlacolula
  • Free Evening
  • Return to the Hotel

Thursday, July 22nd

  • Cooking Class or Salsa Dancing Class
  • Excursion to Ocotlán, Coyotepec y Jalitza
  • Visit to the ex-convent of Cuilapan de Guerrero.
  • Free Evening
  • Go to “Candela” (Salsa Dancing Club) or night out
  • Return to the Hotel

Friday, July 23rd

Transport to the airport and flight home

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