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Sightseeing in Quintana Roo

Monument / Landmark
“Tulum was a walled city of Mayan culture located in the State of Quintana Roo, in southeastern Mexico, on the Caribbean coast. It is currently a great tourist attraction of the Riviera Maya and next to it is the modern town of the same name, Tulum. Beautiful crystalline beaches surrounded by nature you can not miss, it is worth visiting”
253 locals recommend
Planetarium
“Look for Planetario Sayab Facebook page for scheduled activities. - Chronological Museum about local nature & fauna. - Astronomic scheduled observations & conferences with Astronomers, Biologists, PhD s, etc. - Mondays closed.”
19 locals recommend
Historic Site
“a magic city that preserves the Spanish culture, offers a scene of serene sophistication. This destination offers great food, beautiful people, culture and more! this city is a most visit!”
71 locals recommend
Bus Line
“The ADO bus station can turn your travel plans into a reality. They offer inexpensive transportation to many nearby towns.Schedules on posted online at the ADO site or at the local ADO office. The best deal for traveling to and from the airport. Watch your bags and electronics.”
10 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Ruinas mayas de Tulum , una de las pocas ciudades que construyeron junto al mar. MAyan ruins of Tulum , one of the few cities that were built close to the ocean.”
14 locals recommend
Historic Site
“para comprender la grandeza del pueblo mayo no puedes perder la ocasion para visitar este centro ceremonial a 30 minutos de nuestras cabañas”
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark
1 local recommends
Plaza
“Central Park of the beautiful city of Valladolid Yucatan, there are restaurants nearby as well as crafts and souvenirs to buy and remember the incredible trip”
3 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Una fuente popularmente conocida como"Fuente del Ceviche" por sus esculturas marinas.”
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
1 local recommends
Other Great Outdoors
“Iconic and very old town in Cozumel. The square is lined with small shops selling local arts and crafts. A fun half-day trip. Cedral holds a fair that has made it famous: bullfights, cock fights, rodeo, typical foods, folkloric dancing, horse riding, etc.”
5 locals recommend
Bus Line
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“This street is just a half block from the Casita. It leads you down to the neighborhood park and the ex-convento San Bernardino. Lined with colonial buildings, the Calzada is the prettiest street in Valladolid and truly a hot spot with restaurants and bars, tables on the sidewalk, and chi chi stores. It is closed off to vehicle traffic on Friday and Saturday evenings.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
1 local recommends
Historic Site
1 local recommends