Oaxaca city dates back to the 16th century. In 1987, it was declared a UNESCO World Patrimony. Enjoy Plaza de la Constitución, the main square of the city and admire Palace of the City, the Cathedral and the magic and lively Colonial City. Take a walk along the tourist trail and collect souvenirs for your way home. Try some new Oaxacan soft drinks, classical fresh cheeses and popular Tlayudas de Tasajo (traditional Oaxacan dish) to visit Benito Juarez and 20 Nov. markets. Many regional classics are to be tasted as well, such as chocolate water teja (corn and cacao) and chapulines with delicious handmade tortillas. Take the opportunity to explore the cultural center of Santo Domingo and to visit the impressive art collection and unique library of the covenant.