Mexico-Yucatán

Valladolid

Welcome to Valladolid

Valladolid is a city on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. Its colonial buildings include 16th-century Convent of San Bernardino of Siena, with an ornate wooden altarpiece, and baroque-style San Gervasio Cathedral. Casa de los Venados has Mexican folk art and furnishings. Cenote Zací is a sinkhole pool with stalactites. The underground cenotes of Samulá and X'Kekén lie southwest. Farther west is the Mayan site Chichén Itzá.

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From Mérida: Full-Day Guided Excursion To Valladolid & Ek Balam

The Heróica city of Valladolid was founded in 1543 by Francisco de Montejo and is currently the second most important city after Mérida of Yucatán. But in terms of tourism is the most important geographical points due to the proximity it has with archaeological sites such as Chichén Itzá and Ek Balam, in addition to having its own tourist attractions.

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3 Days In The Romantic Valladolid, Mexico

Travel to the beautiful place of the magical town of Valladolid, touring its beautiful picturesque streets, enjoying a delicious dinner and then a fun day in the beautiful and crystalline cenotes an entrance to the underworld of the Mayans

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6 Days Of Diverse Yucatán Tour

Chichén Itzá It is a habitat for the largest flock of flamingos in Mexico. In addition, we have identified 395 different bird species in ría Lagartos biosphere reserve, boat ride (2-2:30 hrs in duration) for the mangroves on the estuary of the reserve to observe flamingos, other species of birds and crocodiles.

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5 Days Of Flamingos, Henequen And Mayan Culture, Mexico

In the Yucatan peninsula you can visit the most important archaeological sites without having to travel great distances, visiting Chichén Itza or be surprised with the beauty of Uxmal

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Language
Spanish
Currency
Mexican peso
Time Zone
UTC-05:00
Country Phone Code
+52
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