Yucatán and Campeche States Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Yucatán and Campeche States - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Mérida 21

Campeche City 19

Valladolid 6

Izamal 4

Ticul 3

Celestún 2

Chichén Itzá 2

Uxmal 2

Reserva de la Biosfera Calakmul 1

Hormiguero 1

Chicanná 1

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Hochob 1

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Edzná 1

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Xcambo 1

Dzibilchaltún 1

Grutas de Balancanchén 1

Oxkintoc 1

Yaxcopoil 1

Grutas de Loltún 1

Labná 1

Sayil 1

Kabah 1

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  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This compact archaeological site east of Mérida offers the unique opportunity to view architecture spanning two millennia in one sweeping...


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An interesting feature here is the defensive moat—unusual among ancient Mayan cities—though barely evident today. Seven ruined gateways,...


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Of the four buildings surrounding the main plaza, Estructura II, on the east side, is the most impressive. On its intricate facade are...

Chichén Itzá

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

One of the most dramatically beautiful ancient Mayan cities, Chichén Itzá (chee- chen eet- zah ) draws over one million visitors annually.


  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Meaning "the place with writing on flat stones," Dzibilchaltún (dzi-bil-chal- toon ) isn't a place you'd travel miles out of your way...


  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

A major metropolis in its day, Edzná was situated at a crossroads between cities in modern-day Guatemala and the states of Chiapas and...

Ek Balam

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The ruins at Ek Balam are best known for the amazingly well-preserved stucco panels on the Templo de los Frisos. A giant mask crowns...


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This small Mayan site is an excellent example of the Chenes architectural style, which flowered from about AD 100 to 1000. Most ruins...


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The buildings here were constructed roughly between 400 BC and AD 1100 in the Río Bec style, with rounded lateral towers and ornamental...


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The most important buildings at Kabah (meaning "lord of the powerful hand" in Mayan) were built between AD 600 and 900, during the later...


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