Tips and Articles for Veracruz, Oaxaca + The South

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I had barely landed in Oaxaca and already my senses were inundated. I wove past burlap sacks bursting with chiles, past meat stalls strung with garlands... Read More

A festival of radishes, at first blush, might sound as exciting as a festival of Tupperware or a festival of string. ... Read More

Greg Seider’s rules to cocktail-making boil down to one simple but paramount ingredient: inspiration. The peripatetic barman—who earlier this month... Read More

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It’s a freezing cold winter’s day, but that’s not stopping 10,000 men in the northern Japanese city of Konomiya from stripping down to nothing but a... Read More

I was first introduced to Oaxaca in a magical way. Twenty years ago I went there with my family ... Read More

Breakfast is a highly personal matter, and even more so when you're traveling. Many people go to great lengths to find a breakfast that is first and... Read More

Housed in a restored 16th-century Dominican convent once called the Santa Catarina, Oaxaca's Camino Real is one of those rare hotels that you wish you... Read More

Worth a Detour P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, the New York art world's favorite institution for cutting-edge work, reopened this fall after a three... Read More

Reader's FindAfter six weeks of touring Europe by car, we thought a little indulgence was in order. Serendipitously, we fell into the 50-room... Read More

By 7 p.m. dusk has fallen in Veracruz, and the sticky tropical heat finally begins to ease up. The streetlamps have been illuminated, as have the lights... Read More

Sitting in the church of San Vincente Ferrer in the dusty Mexican city of Juchitán, ... Read More

What's the best way to get my passport renewed in a hurry? —L.M., VIA E-MAIL ... Read More

Inside the centuries-old church of the town San Juan Chamula, shamans kneel on pine branches and murmur pre-Columbian incantations, pour cane liquor... Read More

Acclaimed hotelier Carlos Couturier—part of the team behind Mexico's über-chic Habita and Deseo hotels—is breaking new ground with Veracruz's most... Read More

Oaxaca today is just the sort of colonial Mexican city that elicits a barrage of tourist-idyll clichés from guidebooks and brochures, descriptions that... Read More

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