Destination: Oaxaca Meeting & Event Planning City Guide
By Irene Middleman Thomas
July 28, 2012
Vibrant, multi-hued, evocative—it's the perfect meeting backdrop
By Christine Loomis
May 31, 2012
From the colonial city of Mazatlan and on south to the resorts of Huatulco, between Los Cabos on the tip of Baja and the small city of La Paz to its north, Mexico has hundreds of miles of dramatic coastline. Its western shores are graced with sweeping beaches and the wildlife-rich waters of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez, which meet off Cabo San Lucas.
Learn about Oaxaca for Event Venues, Services & Meeting Destinations
A true favorite of the well-traveled, Oaxaca is a mixed bag of leisure, cultural and historical activities. And the state is as famous for its flavors as for its sites—regional specialties, tames, mole and mescal are said to be the best in the world.
Oaxaca’s state capital, is a city of the same name, and has an impressive showing of classic baroque architecture, green quarry stone buildings and extensive museums. The Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaca, which is housed in the Ex-Convent of Santo Domingo, is an impressive collection, expounding upon the local culture of the area, amid the gorgeous setting of an antique convent.