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Veracruz, Oaxaca + The South Travel Guide

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Rebuilding Oaxaca, Mexico

A year after it was paralyzed by protests, this colonial Mexican city of Oaxaca is putting itself back together. Daniel Kurtz-Phelan reports on the progress.

New Adventure Travel in Chiapas, Mexico

How does an adventure outfitter create the next great itinerary in uncharted territory?Christopher R. Cox goes behind the scenes in Chiapas, Mexico, to discover the...

Mexico Earthquake Another Jolt for Country's Tourism

USA Today Travel  |  Tuesday's strong 7.4 earthquake in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero, about midway between the beach resort of Acapulco and the...

The Foodie's Travel Bucket List

It's worth the trip to sample these quintessential dishes, from tapas in Barcelona to the freshest sushi of your life in Tokyo. We've got the...

My Favorite Place: Alice Waters

The godmother of Slow Food gives T+L a taste of Oaxaca, Mexico.

Dancing in Veracruz

A mix of 17th-century ballroom dance and Cuban rhythms, danzón heats up the Mexican port town of Veracruz.

Celebrities' Favorite Places

Follow the trail of these globe-trotting artists, chefs, and designers, who share their most memorable travel experiences.

World's Most Mysterious Buildings

For stories you won’t forget, detour off the beaten path to these mysterious places.

World's Coolest Museum Gift Shops

Inspired by the art you see displayed in fine museums? These museum gift shops around the world help you bring the exhibitions home.

Oaxaca’s Alternate Lifestyle Scene

In the indigenous muxe culture of Mexico's Oaxaca state, alternative notions of sexuality are not only accepted, they're celebrated. Eleni N. Gage reports.
HOTELS

Parador San Juan de Dios

A 17th-century hacienda that was once owned by Harvard University, this boutique property exudes a baroque air: stained-glass windows and heavy oak furniture. more ›


RESTAURANTS

El Topil

Drop by this homey restaurant for slow-roasted pork and house-made corn tortilla quesadillas. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Mirador La Coyota

Take in the scenery at this overlook clinging to the 3,000-foot walls of Sumidero Canyon. more ›


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