My new discovery is the Cocktail Bar La Selva , I loved it for its decoration and atmosphere, but what makes it really special is that they prepare their drinks using the diversity and richness of local ingredients and Mexican distillates inspired by the flavors of Oaxaca .
A trip to Oaxaca is not complete without a visit to its two main archaeological sites , Monte Albán and Mitla, which are 15 and 45 minutes from the city center, respectively. It is also worth making a cultural stopover at the San Agustín Arts Center in Etla, and if you have more time, dedicate a morning to Hierve el Agua. These petrified waterfalls, an hour and a half from downtown. Another infallible route is that of the artisan towns, including Teotitlán del Valle (famous for its rugs), San Martín Tilcajete (famous for its alebrijes) and San Bartolo Coyotepec (famous for its black clay).
I have begun to write and it has cost me not to lengthen, even so I feel that I still have many things to tell but Oaxaca condenses the essence of Mexico and transmits like no other the memory of this country that I carry in my heart.