Mexico is rich in both architectural and archaeological history, the Yucatan Peninsula has several scenarios that demonstrate the Maya settlements and customs, this can be seen in the various communities within the state, as Ek Balamin Valladolid, Chichen Itza in Piste, as part of Uxmal Puuc Route; but also the coast has much to teach, as in the case of the Mexican Caribbean, where several Mayan constructions can be seen as Kohunlich in Chetumal to mention some.
Coba, one of the most beautiful and huge Mayan archaeological sites, is nestled in the thick jungle of the Yucatan Peninsula, surrounded by lakes and exquisite surroundings.
Kohunlich ruins are loated inthekilometer 60 of the road number 186 that goes from Chetumal, in the state of Quintana Roo to Escárcega, in the state of Campeche.
Admire the beautiful views of the walled city by the sea, its beautiful turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, the main building of the castle, the nature of the place and all the history that this important site envolves.
The ruins of Muyil are small with some buildings in its original state, in the middle of the jungle, is a point of interest that can be done in 1 hour or less
The archaeological site of Ek Balam is located north of the city of Valladolid approximately 20 minutes by card and 40 minutes from the Chichen Itza airport. Ek Bakam in Spanish means black jaguar.
Dzibilchaltun means "place of writing in stone" and is the largest Mayan city discovered until, with more than 200,000 inhabitants at its peak. The city covers 16 square kilometers and has more than 8,000 structures.
Uxmal, “Three Times Built”, located 78 km from Merida, has a history rich in legends, myths and anecdotes. The city is located in a hilly region known as the “Puuc” region, a mayan word for “mountain range”.
The Pucc route consists in the archaeological sites that are located south of the state of Yucatan, Puuc Maya means hill and is called so because all sites in this area have a similar architectural style.
The 27 deJunio of 2002 Calakmul was named by the General Council of UNESCO Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity. The declaration was made in Budapest, Hungary and in this event wasthe chiefof the INAH.