This archaeological zone was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. No wonder - the extraordinary buildings are flawlessly preserved!
Ekʼ Balam ek-bælæm is a Yucatec-Maya archaeological site within the municipality of Temozón, Yucatán, Mexico.
An important Franciscan edifice that has retained its importance into present days. It also holds many interesting events on its precincts.
Ik Kil is a cenote outside Pisté in the Tinúm Municipality, Yucatán, Mexico.
The oldest Mexican cathedral was built on ruins of a Mayan temple. Very impressive structure with richly decorated exterior.
A nice getaway right in the middle of the city. Something between a natural swimming pool and park lake.
Housed in a brand-new hyper-modern building, this museum presents the history of the Maya civilization in a very intriguing way. Must-see!
Quite an extraordinary example of the Spanish plateresque style. Join the guided tour to see how life was like in the 19th century.
The impressive colonial Franciscan monastery dominates the former Mayan acropolis. The material from their buildings was used, too.
Kabah is a Maya archaeological site in the Puuc region of western Yucatan, south of Mérida.
This cave complex holds one of the most amazing sets of limestone formations. Mayan ceremonies used to be held here.
There are three amazing cenotes situated around the village. It can be visited by foot or dived to, depending on the entrance.
Busy central square which belongs to the oldest parts of the city, dating to 1542. The Molas Sebastian Monument stands in the middle.
This site is listed as UNESCO Heritage alongside Uxmal. Smaller and never as much crowded, exploring the ruins is more comfortable here.
Part of the Uxmal UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come here to be enchanted by the majestic palace of the Terminal Classic period.
玛雅潘 ，是中美洲古代玛雅文明后期中心之一，位于墨西哥尤卡坦半岛境内，奇琴伊察以西100公里，坐标：北纬20°37′46″, 西经89°27′38″。
Chunchucmil was once a large, sprawling pre-Columbian Maya city located in the western part of what is now the state of Yucatán, Mexico.
Yaxuna is a Maya archaeological site in the municipality of Yaxcabá in Yucatán, Mexico.