Much of the Yucatecan gastronomy can be seen with the naked eye in the streets and restaurants, but don’t forget the Yucatecan desserts.
One of the many surprises that the city of Valladolid will give you are the cheap restaurants that you will find. The variety in its regional and foreign dishes will make this experience unforgettable.
Check out these essential recommendations for your next visit to the Chichén-Itzá Archaeological Zone.
Ik-kan Art Design and Creation a place to meet Mexican popular art.
X CAT IK will amaze you with its personalized service and fresh ingredients, harvested in its own garden.
Visit the Municipal Palace and discover a little of the history of Valladolid.
Review this information, it is everything you need to know before deciding when to travel to Valladolid, Yucatán.
Why are Mayan houses built? Its orientation and some characteristics of the construction.
Visiting Cenote Pueblo Fantasma… Are you ready for the adventure? This cenote is near Valladolid and it was wonderful for me.
You have had the pleasure of meeting The potter of Uayma?
Valladolid is not the most flashy place in the Yucatan, it has something special about it: A soul.
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If you like art and history and you are planning to visit Yucatan, here we tell you about six museums and galleries that you should visit in Valladolid. Because there is also cultural life here!
If you plan to visit Valladolid Yucatán, make some time to visit this museum.
One of the funniest and most colorful bars you can find in the city … Tres Mentiras: ArtBar in Valladolid and a Mexican restaurant.
For the pre-hispanic Mayans, the cenotes were entrances to the Mayan underworld, a place where the deities that give life to human beings live.
Are there archaeological sites near Valladolid? Yes, check the best options and schedule them already in your travel itinerary.
Learn about the history of Mexico through traditional clothing in MUREM: Museo de Ropa Étnica de México – Valladolid.
Being in Uayma and not visiting his church is a mistake. This building has very peculiar colors and a very different design from other churches in Yucatan.
Hanal Pixan is the Mayan name of the celebration for the day of the dead (Hanal: Food, Pixan: souls). This
celebration is held in the state of Yucatan, in cities and towns of Mayan origin and influence.