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Chichen Itza
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Chichen Itza
The most famous of the Mayan cities and the most mystical also; it still has many secrets hidden in its structures, its walls and its decorations. Chichén Itzá seems that it has been since always and will be forever, the more it is explored and the more it is investigated, the more it amazes us. Military, commercial and religious capital. Chichen Itza was once the most powerful city in the Yucatan Peninsula and seems to refuse to lose that category.
The pyramid of Kukulcán, its most famous structure, was a place of worship for the Mayans, abandoned for more than 800 years it was devoured by the jungle and thus was again home to the flora and fauna that its creators once worshiped; It was also used as a defense structure by the conquistadors, finally restored by archaeologists and today admired by hundreds of thousands of people every year. Without a doubt Chichén Itzá is the eternal city of the Mayas.
Don't Forget to Visit...
Do not forget to visit Chichén Itzá its mysterious pyramid dedicated to Kukulcán, the most famous in the Mayan world, its impressive ball game, the largest in Mesoamerica, its mystic cenote, home of invaluable discoveries of this great civilization, as well as his fanatical platforms dedicated to sacrifices and his Tzompantli (place of skulls), demonstration of the power of the great Chichen Itza.
Timetable & Fares
Timetable: Open Monday through Sunday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, 365 days a year.
  • Mexicans & Residents: $202 MXN
  • Foreigners: $481 MXN
  • Parking Lot for Cars: $80 MXN
  • Parking Lot for Buses: $120 MXN
  • On Sundays the access is free for national visitors after identification
  • From Monday to Saturday, discounts apply for students, teachers and seniors, upon prior identification.*
*Only for mexicans
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