Yucatan has a historical legacy like few other territories in the world. Majestic ceremonial centers, capital cities and beautiful buildings of carved stone and perfect architecture throughout its vast territory.
The Mayan culture is still alive, not only for preserving its splendor and majesty in each of the corners of the archeological zones where large groups of inhabitants lived even before the Spanish conquest, but also for keeping their original Mayan language and enhancing the traditions that their ancestors left them as their heritage and from which we have been able to enjoy their magnificent legacy for millennia. Once you have the opportunity to stroll around their sacbés, you will get to see their imposing pyramids and majestic sculptures that reveal mysterious secrets. Visiting each archaeological zone will surely be a unique adventure, walking around the ceremonial centers, knowing important characters, and admiring great buildings of impeccable carved stone, will be an unforgettable experience. It is like traveling back in time!
Chichén Itzá, Uxmal, Ek Balam, Dzibilchaltún and Mayapán, among many others, are the legacy of one of the greatest civilizations in the world. The Mayans reveal their millenary records, secrets, paths, and wonders to everyone who visits their magical sites.
The archaeological zones of the state are open every day of the year from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
There are eighteen archaeological zones waiting to be visited by those keen of history and culture.