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  1. 20 Best Ruins in Mexico You Must Visit

    Jo Ann Snover / shutterstock.com. 4. Tulum. While the Mayan ruins of Tulum may not seem as grand as other ancient ruins in Mexico, its Caribbean coastline more than makes up for anything its lacking. Tulum is highlighted by El Castillo, a cliffside stone structure that overlooks the beach and sea.

  2. Top 15 Mayan Ruins & Archeological Sites To Visit In Mexico

    1. Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins. The Famous Ruins of Chichen Itza. One of the greatest Maya cities in Mexico was Chichen Itza - a sacred city which covers around six square miles and was once home to hundreds of buildings which were built in both the classic Maya period and the later Maya-Toltec period.

  3. Best Mexico Ruins: Ultimate Guide to 20+ Ruins in Mexico

    Best Ruins in Yucatan State. Mexico's ruins in Yucatan state are some of the most famous, and several have UNESCO status. Legendary Chichen Itza is here with its iconic pyramid and ball court. Other Maya sites include Ek Balam, noted for its well-preserved sculptures, and Uxmal, with its intricate carved facades.

  4. 7 of the best Maya ruins to visit in Mexico

    2. Tulum. Occupied until the 16th century, Tulum was one of the last cities inhabited by the Maya and the only one built by the coast. The pyramids here aren't as large as other Maya ruins in ...

  5. 21 BEST Mayan Ruins in Mexico and How to Visit Them

    Where to visit from: Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, Tulum, Valladolid, Merida. Hours: 8 am - 5 pm every day. Chichen Itza is probably the most famous of all the Mayan ruins in Mexico, and it's also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's an ancient city that was once one of the most powerful in the Mayan Empire.

  6. 25 Fascinating Ruins in Mexico to Visit (Mayan, Aztec + Beyond!)

    Tula ruins are located in the state of Hidalgo and are just 90 kilometers from Mexico City making it the perfect day trip for visitors. Tula was once the action capital of the Toltecs and the archaeological site that remains today is close to the town of Tula de Allende which is situated northwest of Mexico City.

  7. The Best 35 Mayan Ruins of Mexico You Must See

    34. El Tajin Ruins. Remnants of one of the largest Mesoamerican cities in southern Mexico, El Tajin archeological site is pristine and awe-inspiring for many reasons. These well-kept grounds are home to one of the most fascinating pyramids and temples, and being surrounded by a lush green jungle is a cherry on top.

  8. Exploring Mexico's ancient ruins

    Tulum is a prime destination for large tour groups. To best enjoy the ruins without feeling like part of the herd, you should visit them early in the morning, another benefit of the sunrise tour. Calakmul. Calakmul is a magnificent experience, made even better by its history as a leading city from around AD 250. Many buildings survive, evoking ...

  9. 21 BEST Mayan Ruins in Mexico: Your Local's 2024 Guide

    Best Mayan ruins in Mexico: Oxkintok. Oxkintok is a seldom-visited archaeological site that sits in the western part of the Yucatan state, close to the border with Campeche. The city has a history dating back over 2,000 years and thrived between 300 and 1200 CE. The buildings here are organized into three main groups: Ah Canul, Ah Dzib, and Ah May.

  10. 13 Mayan Ruins in Mexico You Have to Visit (2024 Guide)

    1. Chichen Itza. A must-see Mayan ruin in Mexico is Chichen Itza. Located not too far from Cancun, Chichen Itza is easily the most well-known Mexican Mayan ruins in the world. Chichen Itza is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, adding more to the appeal of why its a must-visit if traveling around the Yucatan Peninsula.

  11. 13 Best Mayan Ruins in Mexico

    Read More: From Cancun to Chichen Itza: Best Ways to Get There. 2. Tulum. Mayan ruins of Tulum. Almost as recognizable as Chichen Itza are the coastal ruins of Tulum. The image of its largest structure, El Castillo, is iconic of the destination: perched on a cliff overlooking the magnetic turquoise Caribbean Sea.

  12. 13 Outstanding Mayan Ruins In Mexico Not To Miss

    4. Tulum Mayan Ruins. The magnificent Tulum Ruins is one of the most superb and breathtaking Mayan sites you can visit in Mexico. Unlike many of Central America's other ancient Mayan ruins, Tulum is special in that its archaeological zone occupies a strategic position right on the coast.

  13. 10 Best Mayan Ruins in Mexico + Archaeological Sites

    10. Calakmul Ruins. 11. Bonus: Mayapan. The Mayan ruins and other archaeological sites have unique settings (from coastal perches to jungle hideaways), and no matter which ruins in Mexico you decide to visit, you'll gain insight into these ancient civilizations while being in awe of the architecture.

  14. 6 Best Mayan Ruins in Mexico Travel Guide

    6 Best Mayan Ruins in Mexico To Visit. 1. Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins. Considered one of the best Mayan ruins in Mexico, the archeological site of Chichen Itza is filled with history. Located on the Yucatan Peninsula, these Mayan ruins are just a short drive from Playa del Carmen and Valladolid.

  15. 8 Mexican ruins you can have to yourself

    Thanks to a location 43 miles (69 kilometers) by car from Chichén Itzá, the most famous archaeological site in Mexico, Ek Balam misses out on the day trip crowds from Cancún.

  16. 30 Best Mayan Ruins of Mexico You Must See in 2024

    7. El Rey Ruins: The Best Cancun Mayan Ruins of Mexico. El Rey Mayan Ruins Cancun Mexico is one of the few ancient archaeological sites still standing in Cancun today. Truth be told, the Mayan ruins of Cancun may not wow you the same as some of the Mayan ruins near Cancun, located a few hours away.

  17. 12 Most Fascinating Mayan Ruins in Mexico (+Map)

    7. Coba [SEE MAP] Deep in the jungles of Quintana Roo is Coba, one of the largest and most fascinating Mayan ruins in Mexico. At its peak, Coba was home to more than 50,000 people, which means that it was incredibly significant to Mayan culture and society.

  18. 8 Best Ruins You Must Visit in Mexico

    Here's the list of the must-visit ruins in Mexico you should without a doubt put on your Mexico travel itinerary. COBA RUINS. Coba Ruins are one of the most visited Mayan ruins on the Yucatan Peninsula for three reasons. First, the location of the site is perfect because Coba is only a short drive from both resort town Tulumand the colonial ...

  19. Tulum Ruins, Mexico: The Complete Visitor's Guide

    The magnificent Tulum Ruins are one of the most superb and breathtaking Mayan sites you can visit in Mexico. Unlike many of Central America's other ancient Mayan ruins, Tulum is special in that its archaeological zone occupies a strategic position right on the coast. Looking out over the Caribbean waters, the grand El Castillo, AKA Tulum ...

  20. How to Visit the Best Mayan Ruins

    You can easily visit the Mayan ruins of Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza, which was recently named a "New Modern Wonder of the World". Each of the best Mayan ruins is easily visited as a day trip from Cancun or Playa del Carmen. Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins. Most people go to Cancun, Mexico for a week and don't want to leave the beach for more ...

  21. Tulum Ruins

    Visiting the Tulum Ruins is a must on a trip to Mexico's Mayan Riviera, and you'll find everything you need to know about the archaeological site in this comprehensive travel guide. Offering arguably the most dramatic setting of any of Mexico's Mayan ruins, the Tulum Mayan Ruins archeological site is where palm trees sway in the breeze ...

  22. 18 Ancient Mexico Ruins You Must Visit

    4) Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan is a Mexico uin with a huge pyramid complex near Mexico City. Source. With its origins shrouded in mystery, this Mexican ruin is home to some of the largest pyramids in all of Mexico. The ancient site boasts some of the best preserved and most visited ruins in the entire country.

  23. Mexico's Most Amazing Ruins

    Bonampak. WHERE: Chiapas. Although most Mayan ruins are now unadorned stone, the ancient city of Bonampak is a peek at a world in Technicolor. Atop a small pyramid you'll find one of the most eye ...

  24. How To Visit The Mayan Ruins Of Tulum In Mexico

    This is the easiest way to rent a car in Mexico. CANCUN - Tulum is 131 km (1 hr 45 min) from Cancun by car. PLAYA DEL CARMEN - Tulum is 64 km (45 min) from Playa del Carmen. It's easy to follow the 307 Highway straight to the ruins from Cancun or Playa del Carmen. Parking at the site costs about $100 MXN ($5 USD).

  25. Complete guide to Mexico

    Tulum Ruins. Tulum. Tulum is one of the most visited archaeological zones in Mexico and for good reason: it's sublime. ... Discover where locals travel in Mexico. Feb 1, 2024 • 7 min read. We asked four of our Mexico correspondents for recommendations about where they vacation in their country.

  26. 7 Ancient Ruins You Must Visit in Mexico

    We've gathered the top seven ancient ruins that you must absolutely not miss when on a trip to Mexico. Post Contents. 1. Chichen Itza - The Mayan Metropolis. 2. Palenque Ruins - An Ancient Site Shrouded in Dense Jungle. 3. The Tulum Ruins - Mexico's Best Preserved Coastal Ancient Site. 4.

  27. 6 things to do in Mexico City

    Mexico's sprawling capital is a gateway to the country's Maya ruins, miles of beaches, rocky canyons and traditional Indigenous villages. But many travellers find the metropolis has an allure ...

  28. Why Locals Hate Mexico's New Tourist Train in the Yucatan Peninsula

    The train will pass through lush forests, travel near dramatic coastlines, and pause at ancient ruins, promising a breathtaking exploration through history for visitors traveling to Mexico.

  29. Travel Guide to visit the Riviera Maya, Mexico

    Among the ancient Mayan cities, Chichen Itza takes the cake with its impressive ruins and the famous pyramid of Kukulkan. If you go to Tulum, a perfect combination of Mexico's history, culture and natural beauty awaits you. Also, in Coba you can climb the great Nohoch Mul pyramid.

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    The 114-day sailing will visit 52 ports, the most destinations for any of the line's world cruises. ... ancient ruins, unique landscapes, wildlife, gastronomy, cultures and heritage," he added ...