Highlights / General details
You will be witness of the marvelous XVI construction by San Jerónimo Tlacoyahuaya Friars. In which the most important figures are the altars of Rosario’s Virgin, Descending, Maria and his child, and Angel Gabriel. Also one of the most beautiful art masterpieces made by the Indian painter Juan de Arrué.
We will visit archeological zone Yagul, this city grow as an urban center during the Monte Albán decline (800 AD). Later Yagul was established as a city-state in Oaxaca Valley and preserved until the arrival of Spain.
Our last stop is Tlacolula, we will walk through the traditional market, colorful and varied, this fascinating place is in the main Street of the town and Sunday’s only. This is the most closest example of pre-Hispanic market because a lot of Indians are involved in the sale.
Transportation; Bilingual Guide.
Food; Admissions; Gratuities.
Hours of operation
Available Sundays ONLY, departing at 10:00am.
Approximately 4.5 hours.
Pick up at your hotel lobby.
Children ages 0-2 years free of charge for shuttle.
Tour requires a minimum of 2 passengers to operate.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.
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