The school is set in a typical colonial building with a large main patio where students get together during the breaks. This old style construction with thick colonial walls keeps the classrooms cool throughout the year. Due to the Center’s location, students are surrounded by a number of cafes, art galleries, museums, shops and internet cafes.
The school is 4 blocks from the famous Santo Domingo church , just walk one block to the south on Alcala street , then turn to your left on Abasolo and walk 3 blocks, you'll see the school on that corner.
- 3 spacious classrooms;
- Terraces and Balconies;
- Weekly tours and recreational activities calendar;
- Free Internet access - Wi-Fi;
- Free access to kitchenette;
- Free coffee, tea, milk, and refrigerated water
Oaxaca is the capital of the state of Oaxaca. Located in the Sierra Madre del Sur Mountains, the city has some of the world's deepest caverns, peaks about 10,000 feet high, hidden jungles and virgin beaches. It also has luminous valleys that house populations where different cultures come together. Declared Humanity's Cultural Patrimony by UNESCO, Oaxaca owes its popularity to the harmony and beauty of its architecture, the wide variety of traditional foods, the richness of cultural traditions, and its nice temperate climate, which is spring-like throughout the year.
The city's historic center is laid out in usual Spanish colonial style, featuring a rectangular grid of streets that surround the central square of zócalo. Many of the city's important buildings are concentrated within this area. The city is also a paradise to ecotourists, with many nice places to stay and tours catering to environment-friendly entertainment and accommodation.
Oaxaca is a food capital and one of the most interesting treasures of the culinary world. It has all the best of traditional Mexican cuisine mixed with the best in the world in terms of ingredients and talent. The creativity and inspiration seen in the food traditions is also infused in a lively entertainment life.
There are constant cultural celebrations that are full of music and dance, which will keep your soul stirred and your feet moving. Artist and sculptors offer insight, lessons, as well as works for sale. But it is not all cuisine, history, and archaeology. If you are fan of the outdoors, you will find plenty of things to do here. Zipline rides, mountain biking, hiking and other activities are available in the nice Oaxacan climate. We will help you discover and appreciate this gorgeous city. You will find here some of the oldest and magnificent churches and other architecture, incredible cafes and restaurants, delectable food, vibrant nightlife, the friendliest and most welcoming people, among many other wonders!
- Declared Humanity's Cultural Patrimony by UNESCO.
- Many typical festivals to enjoy take place here practically every week.
- Great culinary diversity.
- It contains a startlingly diverse range of indigenous cultures with roots that reach back many centuries.
Moving around the city is really easy. You can use buses or taxis at a pretty accesible price. Another way you can go around the city is using a bicycle. It's a healthy habit that will allow you to really see the city. There are some full-service shops that rent out nice bikes.