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A nice walk with lovely viewpoints of Oaxaca - Hercules Thong nickname!

Some locals call this Hercules Thong (Tanga de Hercules) as it has cost the local government a... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2015
msvalhalla
,
County Kerry, Ireland
Incredible!

Went here for the Donaji Leyend, i was very impressed by the construction by itself, the show was... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2014
PatricioGutierrez
,
Mexico City, Mexico
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This concrete stadium, built in 1974, hosts a wide range of events.
  • Excellent52%
  • Very good33%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible6%
4 weeks ago
“Beautiful view of the city”
16 Feb 2017
“Work off those extra calories!”
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Oaxaca, Mexico
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Reviewed 7 March 2015

Some locals call this Hercules Thong (Tanga de Hercules) as it has cost the local government a bomb, and half of it fell down in a storm, and the bit that remains is kind of in the shape of a thong. There is some nice...More

1  Thank msvalhalla
Reviewed 30 July 2014

Went here for the Donaji Leyend, i was very impressed by the construction by itself, the show was great and the fireworks at the end were lovely, the only thing that is not cool is that the seats are very unconfortable, bring a cushion with...More

Thank PatricioGutierrez
Reviewed 17 February 2014

I haven't been in Oaxaca for Guelaguetza but I hear it's wonderful. In the meantime, the walk up to the Auditorio is a great morning walk to get great views of the city. You can then continue on up to the Planetarium and Observatory and...More

2  Thank Ray M
Reviewed 2 December 2013

Even if you are visiting Oaxaca when the Guelaguetza is not being performed, it's worth the walk up the hill to see the murals and the view of the city. Plenty of places to stop for a beverage or snack on the way down.

1  Thank LiamandOonah
Reviewed 17 July 2012

I have been at the open-air auditorium for Guelaguetza a couple of times but it is very crowded and you need to arrive 2-3 hours early to get a free seat or pay for the reserved seats. Now I watch it on TV and the...More

Thank Oaxacaone
Reviewed 24 July 2006

I returned from Oaxaca last night, July 24. I had bought tickets to both the traditional Guelaguetza festival and the Donaji--a reenactment of the legend--from TicketMasterMexico many months ago, and was to pick them up "at WIllCall at the ticket office in town" the week...More

3  Thank pammyt
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