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Mexico City to Oaxaca: Pottery & Aztec Pyramids

Itinerary

Mexico City to Oaxaca: Pottery & Aztec Pyramids

Day 1 - Mexico City

Arrive at any time. We recommend arriving a day or two early to fully explore this bustling metropolis. Talk to your agent about booking pre-tour accommodation.

Day 2 - Mexico City

Take advantage of a day get to know Mexico City. Opt to check out the sprawling zocalo (main square), visit the Frida Kahlo museum in vibrant Coyoacan, or view impressive Mayan and Aztec artifacts at the National Anthropology Museum.

Day 3 - Mexico City/Puebla

Rise early and explore the ancient city of Teotihuacan on a guided tour. Stand in awe of the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon, stroll down the Avenue of the Dead and learn all about the site's importance to Mexico's ancient cultures for thousands of years, at one point being the largest city in the entire Americas. Continue to Puebla and enjoy an orientation walk downtown.

Day 4 - Puebla

Enjoy a free day to explore the city. Opt to visit a ceramics workshop, check out the pyramid of nearby Cholula, sample delicious local specialties, or watch a lucha libre wrestling match at night.

Day 5 - Puebla/Oaxaca

Journey south to beautiful Oaxaca, and get a feel for the city on an orientation walk, stopping to visit one of its sprawling markets. After, visit the Alebrijes Artisan Community for your G for Good moment. Meet a local artisan, speak with them, ask any questions the group may have, and learn more about how the Alebrijes are crafted.

Day 6 - Oaxaca

Take advantage of free time, and opt to learn how to make mole in a cooking class, shop at nearby artisan villages, visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Mitla, or sample some mezcal at a local distillery - look out for the worm! In the evening enjoy a cooking demonstration with a local expert and taste a variety of regional cuisine.

Day 7 - Oaxaca

Depart at any time.
Summary

What’s included?

Accommodation

Hotels (6 nts).

Local transport

Private vehicle, walking.

Meals

Meals Included: 6 breakfasts
Meals Budget: Allow USD200-260 for meals not included.

Additional info

Mexico City
- Museum of Frida Kahlo (Casa Azul) (267.50-297.50MXN per person)
- National Museum of Anthropology (95MXN per person)
- Taco Street Food Crawl
- District of Coyoacán Visit (50-75USD per group)
- Xochimilco Boat Tour (25-50USD per person)
- Lucha Libre Match (350-500MXN per person)

Cholula
- Cholula Ruins Visit (85MXN per person)

San Pablo Villa de Mitla
- Valley of Mitla Ruins Visit (950MXN per person)

Oaxaca
- Mezcal Factory Tour
- Mole Cooking Class (1200MXN per person)

Monte Albán
- Monte Albán Tour (900MXN per person)

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