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Approximately 260,000 people live in this part of Oaxaca.
It's located 230 miles away from Mexico City, the nation's capital, and 6 miles away from San Juan Bautista Ánimas Trujano.
You needn't be a gardening enthusiast to take pleasure in the lush garden beds at the Oaxaca Ethnobotanical Garden and the Jardín Etnobotánico.
In the mood for an alfresco lunch? Grab some sandwiches and crisps and venture to Tule Tree or El Llano Park for a leisurely picnic. There's also a good deal of fun to be had at Copalita Ecological Park & Ruins and Parque Comunal.
The peaceful murmurs of rippling water and chirping waterbirds at Huatulco Bay and Chachacual make for a leisurely day out. Maguey Bay is one more natural waterway that's worth a few hours of your time.
Need to recharge your batteries? Nothing is more stimulating than spending some time in Mother Nature! Soothe your mind and let your troubles melt away at Montosa Island.
Unique exhibits are just waiting to be seen at the Oaxaca Regional Museum and the Museo Filatelia. They're serene sites to relax or escape a less-than-perfect day. Can't get enough? Also pencil in visits to the Manuel Alvarez Bravo Photography Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Oaxaca.
In a place filled with impressive art collections, the Rufino Tamayo Museum and the Quetzalli Gallery somehow manage to shine brighter than the rest. More lively canvases and inventive sculptures are waiting for you at the Museum of Oaxacan Painters and the Centro Fotografico Alvarez Bravo.
The best way to understand what's happening in the present is to explore the past. Discover what's made this city the place it is today at the Museum of Oaxacan Culture and the Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaca.
Are you curious about Oaxaca's past? Don't forget to visit Monte Alban and Atzompa Archaeological Site. Government Palace and the Fountain of the Seven Regions are also worth spending some time at.
Customers interested in learning about the city's religious background should stop by Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman and Oaxaca Cathedral. Nuestra Senora de la Soledad Basilica and the San Felipe Neri Temple are also important pieces of the city's spiritual identity.
An enjoyable way to get a feel for a destination is to spend some time in its busy public spaces. Sit in a good spot and watch life unfold at Zocalo Square and Zócalo. If you're really keen on getting to know Oaxaca, also plan a visit to Gran Plaza.
Reflect back on Oaxaca's past as you sit alongside the symbolic structure of the Exconvento de San Pablo.
The Benito Juarez Autonomous University of Oaxaca is one of the area's top tertiary institutions. Ask about guided tours, admire the modern architecture and get a feel for the campus lifestyle.
This destination is a shopper's heaven. You can purchase all that you'll need and much, much more at Santo Domingo Square and Benito Juarez Market. Pochote Organic Market and Food and Flea Market also offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy a little impulse buying.
If you're after an evening out, why not find out if there's a show on at Macedonio Alcala Theater? Dress up, take it easy and get entertained at this popular local venue.
During your stay, why not call in at some places that are not on the typical tourist itinerary? You're unlikely to see too many travellers at the National Mexican Turtle Center. Or, venture on over to Santa Catarina Juquila.