Iglesia de La Compañía
Finely carved facades adorn the colonial Iglesia de La Compañía .
Museo del Palacio
Palacio de Gobierno
A 19th-century wonder of marble and murals, the State Government Palace occupies the Zócalo's southern flank. The large-scale stairway...
La Casa del Mezcal
Open since 1935, this is one of Oaxaca’s most atmospheric cantinas, and a reasonably respectable one. One room has a large stand-up bar...
Mercado 20 de Noviembre
Dozens of comedores inside this large market serve up Oaxacan and Mexican staples like tlayudas , chiles rellenos and moles - but...
Mercado Juárez information
Lonely Planet review
This daily indoor market, a block south of the Zócalo, peddles a fascinatingly mix of flowers, hats, shoes, cheap clothes and jewelry, baskets, leather belts and bags, fancy knives, mezcal, herbs, spices, meat, fruit, vegetables and almost every other food a Oaxacan could need. Women hawk mounds of grasshoppers outside the Flores Magón entrance.