Chichen Itza is a tourist destination due to its architectural, artistic, scientific and historical importance, among the many relevant Mexican archaeological sites.

How much does it cost to enter Chichen Itza?

The regular entrance to Chichen Itza has different prices for Mexicans and foreigners. For those born in Mexico, 202 MXN, of which 132 are collected by the government of the state of Yucatan through CULTUR. The remaining 70 MXN is the fee for the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).

The entrance fee for foreigners is 481 MXN, of which 411 goes to CULTUR and 70 to INAH.

The cost of admission to Chichen Itza varies according to the rate required by national and regional organizations to access Mexican archaeological sites.

Entrance fee for access to the Chichen Itza night light show

The rate is 510 MXN from Monday to Saturday and 255 MXN on Sunday.

For whom is it free to enter Chichen Itza?

Admission to the archaeological city is free every day for children under 13 years of age. On Sunday, Mexicans and foreigners with a resident visa enter for free.

Cost of tours to Chichen Itza

Tours to discover the majestic archaeological site of Chichen Itza and other attractions in Yucatan and border states depart from various Mexican cities. Some of the best excursions are the following:

Xichén Tours to Chichén Itzá Tour from Cancun and the Riviera Maya

This comfortable and luxurious excursion departing from Cancun, Playa del Carmen and other important locations in the Riviera Maya, is organized by Xichén Tours. It includes the archaeological site, the colonial city of Valladolid and its nearby beautiful cenote, Zací.

The Xichén Deluxe tour has prices from 1979.82 MXN for adults and 989.82 MXN for children. Includes gourmet breakfast with typical Yucatecan food in a Valladolid restaurant and entrance fees to attractions. The ride is in a luxurious bus.

Get Your Guide Tour to Chichen Itza from Cancun and Riviera Maya

13-hour tour that includes a daytime tour of the archaeological city, a nighttime sound and light show at the site, and a stop to admire and swim in the beautiful cenote, Ik Kil.

The entrance to the archaeological site is preferential (without queues) and the price includes a buffet lunch and access to the Mayaland resort and a snack on the way back. The price is from 159 USD per person.

Also read our guide on when is the best time to travel to Cancun: From December to April

Viator Tour Access to Chichen Itza with Private Archaeologist

Excursion of at least 54 USD departing from Cancun and Playa del Carmen (Smart Cancun by Oasis, Intercontinental Presidente Cancun Resort and HM Playa del Carmen).

The tour includes a professional guide and a box lunch with baguette, juice and cookies.

Viator Chichen Itza Day Trip from Merida

Minivan tour with departure and return to the capital of Yucatan with a rate from 75 USD. Includes preferential entrance to the archaeological site, buffet lunch of local dishes with a regional dance show at the Mayaland resort, and use of the hotel’s common facilities.

How much is parking at Chichen Itza?

The daily parking fee for Chichen Itza is 33 MXN per vehicle.

How much does it cost to go to Chichen Itza from Playa del Carmen?

Chichen Itza is located 185 km west of Playa del Carmen. Tours and public transport units leave for the site from the main city of the Riviera Maya.

ADO buses leave from Cancun and Playa del Carmen to Chichen Itza. Departures from Playa are at 8 am with a trip duration of almost 4 hours, for a ticket between 200 and 315 MXN.

The return from the site to Playa is at 4:30 pm.

What to do in Chichen Itza

The main activity in Chichen Itza is to tour the archaeological city with monuments and complexes of great architectural, scientific and religious value, such as the Pyramid of Kukulkan, the Sacred Cenote and the Wall of Skulls.

Other important attractions to see are El Caracol, the ball game court, the Temple of the Warriors, the Group of 1000 Columns, the House of the Nuns, the Temple of the Bearded Man, the Casa Colorada, the House of the Deer , the Tomb of the Great Priest and the Temple of the Boards.

42 km from the archaeological site is Valladolid, a Yucatecan colonial city and Mexican Magical Town with streets flanked by colonial mansions and renowned for its Church of San Gervasio, ex-convent of San Bernardino de Siena, the Municipal Palace, the House of Los Venados and along the Calzada de los Frailes.

Just 3 km from the Mayan site is the beautiful Ik Kil cenote. Other beautiful cenotes close to Chichén Itzá are Zací and X’Kekén.

Equinoxes in Chichen Itza

The Temple of Kukulkan offers astonishing symbolism during the solstices and equinoxes, because it is not understood how the Mayans achieved these feats at a time when the necessary scientific knowledge in mathematics and astronomy was not supposed to exist.

On the NNE stairway of the Temple of Kukulkan, the silhouette of the feathered serpent is formed, in a dazzling and precise effect of natural light and shadow, as time progresses during the sunset of the two equinox days in the northern hemisphere.

On these equinoctial days of spring and autumn (March 20 or 21 and September 22 or 23) crowds gather at Chichen Itza to see the incarnation of the god Kukulkan, the Mayan equivalent of Quetzalcoatl, descend.

How long does the visit to Chichen Itza last?

Chichén Itzá has a public access surface of 470 thousand m 2 in which there is a set of monuments. Knowing them all in detail demands several days.

Despite this time, it is possible to take a one-day tour that takes you through the main buildings.

People who go on 24-hour tours from Mérida, Playa del Carmen and Cancún spend between 4 and 6 hours in the archaeological city and most return satisfied with their experience.

How long does it take to drive from Cancun to Chichen Itza?

The journey from Cancún to Chichén Itzá is 202 km west on the Federal Highway Cancún – Kantunil (Mexico 180D), a section that can be done by car and on a direct trip, in 2 and a half hours.

Entrance fee to Chichen Itza?

The entrance to Chichen Itza costs 202 MXN for Mexicans and 411 MXN for foreigners. These fees include both the fee charged by the Yucatan government and the fee corresponding to INAH.

Entrance fee to Chichen Itza on Sunday?

Tickets to Chichen Itza have the same price on Sundays (411 MXN) for foreign visitors. They are free on that day for Mexicans and foreign residents.

Chichen Itza Schedule

Chichen Itza daily hours are from 8 am to 5 pm. Access is until 4 pm.

What time is Chichen Itza open?

The entrance of the visitors to the archaeological zone Chichén Itzá is at 8 am, every day.

The archaeological city and the ticket booths close at 4 pm, at which time visitors must begin to leave the site because it closes at 5 pm.

Chichen Itza official website

The official page of Chichén Itzá is that of the INAH. There information is provided on the history of the site, its architectural ensembles and constructions, the main declarations on the archaeological city and its monuments, the location of the site, opening hours, entrance prices and services provided.

The page also offers a virtual tour of Chichen Itza and other important Mexican archaeological sites such as Palenque, Uxmal, Bonampak, Comalcalco and Toniná.

Entrance fee Chichen Itza 2019

The cost to enter Chichen Itza depends on variables. Let’s meet them:

  • Of the day of the week.
  • The nationality of
  • Of the visitor’s age and other conditions.
  • If the ticket is to tour the archaeological city or attend the sound and light show.

Chichén Itzá entrance fee (Mexicans, Monday to Saturday): 202 MXN.

Entrance fee to Chichen Itza (foreigners, Monday to Saturday): 411 MXN.

Chichén Itzá entrance (under 13 years old): free access.

Entrance fee to Chichen Itza (Mexicans and resident foreigners, Sunday): free admission.

Chichen Itza entrance fee (foreigners, Sunday): 411 MXN.

Cost of Chichén Itzá light and sound show (Monday to Saturday): 510 MXN.

Chichén Itzá light and sound show cost (Sunday): 255 MXN (50% discount on the regular price).

Chichén Itzá price for the right to use a video camera: 45 MXN.

Chichen Itza vehicle parking tickets: 33 MXN per car per day.

Chichen Itza schedules and prices 2019

Chichen Itza, 2019 hours: 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Sunday. Ticket offices and entrances close at 4 pm.

Chichen Itza, 2019 prices: 202 MXN (Mexicans and residents) and 411 MXN (foreigners).

Chichen Itza light and sound schedules

The one hour and 10 minute sound and light show takes place daily starting at 8pm.

What is the price of Chichen Itza?

Although the Chichén Itzá price of 202 MXN for Mexicans and 411 MXN for foreigners may seem high, it is not. It considers the dimensions of the complex and the architectural importance of the buildings, the artistic value of its works, the scientific relevance of the astronomical and mathematical references it contains, and the high cost of maintaining and preserving a site of this magnitude in the middle of a jungle.

Chichen Itza at night price          

It is also common to ask how much it costs to enter Chichen Itza including the night light show. This event is charged separately and has a regular price of 510 MXN.

The tour operators that offer tours from Mérida, Cancún, Playa del Carmen and other Mexican cities, can include in the package both the entrance to the archaeological city and the light and sound show, as well as other places and events included in the itinerary. .

Entrance to Chichén Itzá price on Sunday of the night show: 50% discount on the regular rate.

How old is Chichen Itza?

The first buildings of Chichen Itza date from the middle of the 5th century (period 435-455), so the archaeological city is more than 1,500 years old.

By the 980s, it was the main political, economic and religious center of that region of Yucatan.

What does Chichen Itza mean in Spanish?

The word “Chichén” in the Mayan language means “mouth of the well” and the indigenous word “Itzá” refers to the Itzaes or Itzas, an ancient Chontal Mayan people. Therefore, “Chichén Itzá” translates as “mouth of the well of the Itzaes”.

The well referred to is the 60 meter diameter body of water known as the Cenote Sagrado, which is 300 meters north of the Pyramid of Kukulkan. Excavations have shown that this cenote was used as a place for offerings and human sacrifices.

What culture influenced Chichen Itza?

The determining culture in the creation of Chichén Itzá were the Itzaes, a Chontal people that was the ancestor of the Mayans and that, apart from Chichén Itzá, founded other important pre-Hispanic settlements in the Yucatan Peninsula, such as Ek Balam, the pre-Columbian Mérida, Izamal and Motul. .

Why did they want to represent the snake?

The head of the Feathered Serpent is sculpted at the foot of the Pyramid of Kukulkan and its silhouette is formed along one of the facades of the temple during the equinoxes, which shows the importance that the Mayans gave to this divinity present in mythology. of the main pre-Columbian Mesoamerican peoples.

“Quetzalcóatl” means “Feathered Serpent”, a deity present in the cultures of the Olmecs, Toltecs, Teotihuacans, Mixtecs and Mayans. “Kukulkan” means in Yucatec Mayan: “Feather Serpent”.

What cultures lived in Chichen Itza?

The foundation of Chichén Itzá was carried out by the Itzaes, a Maya-Chontal culture people who arrived at the site from the west side during the end of the Classic period.

Buildings such as El Caracol, the ball game court, the Temple of the Bearded Man and the Temple of the Jaguars date from this period.

The Itzaes received an important Toltec influence since they brought to Chichen Itza the cult of Quetzalcoatl or Feathered Serpent, adopted by the Mayan people under the name of Kukulkan.

This culture settled in Chichen Itza, coexisting with other towns such as Uxmal and Mayapán, until it began to decline towards the end of the 12th century as a result of indigenous rivalries and conflicts.

Why do you think they wanted to represent the serpent on the day of the spring equinox?

The Mayan culture was very advanced in astronomy. One of the most surprising symbolisms of the Pyramid of Kukulkan is that each of its 4 facades has a stairway with 91 steps, which adds up to a total of 364 steps and adding the final platform gives 365, the duration of the solar year in days.

The equinoctial days (spring and autumn) are characterized by the fact that they are the only ones of the year in which the sun is located in the same plane as the Earth’s equator and therefore, the day and night have approximately the same duration everywhere. This condition was surely important to the Mayan astronomers.

During spring, which means “first green,” plant life reactivates after winter. It begins precisely on the first equinox of the year (March 20-21) and the Mayans and all ancient peoples welcomed its arrival due to their dependence on plants and crops to survive.

How and why was the Chichen Itza pyramid built?

The Pyramid of Kukulkan was built geometrically with 4 facades of 9 levels and a stairway with 91 steps in the center of each one, converging on a central upper platform.

The fact that the 364 steps of the 4 platforms, plus the upper platform add up to 365, the number of days in the solar year, suggests that the Temple of Kukulkan was built as a shrine to the sun.

The pyramid also worships the god Kukulkan, the Mayan equivalent of Quetzalcoatl, as evidenced by the sculpture of the Feathered Serpent at the foot of the temple and its 35-meter-long silhouette, which is formed at the equinoxes by the effects of lights and shadows on one of the facades.

What does the name Itza mean?

Itzá refers to the Itzaes, a Chontal people who arrived at the site 500 years before the main buildings of Chichén Itzá were built, which have still been preserved.

The “wise initiates”, as the Itzaes are also known, were the common trunk of the Yucatecan Maya.

Chichen Itza information

Chichén Itzá Mexico is the second most visited archaeological site in the country after the pyramids of Teotihuacán.

The so-called “protection polygon” of Chichén Itzá has an area of ​​about 15 km 2 , although the area visited by visitors is about 470 thousand m 2 (0.47 km 2 ).

The massive influx to Chichén Itzá that exceeds 2 million visits a year contributes to the deterioration of the complex, for which it is periodically necessary to evaluate the conservation and safety conditions of the buildings.

It is normal to find prohibited buildings on the site because they are not safe for the public.

The climate in Chichen Itza is warm with an average annual temperature of 26 °C and peaks above 34 °C. You should wear clothes for a tropical environment and comfortable shoes to walk several kilometers. In summer, it is rainy.

The main ensembles and monuments of the archaeological city are the following:

1. Pyramid or Temple of Kukulkan

This 30-meter-high symmetrical pyramid is the main monument of Chichén Itzá and one of the most important in the Mayan world, mainly due to its mathematical, astronomical and acoustic symbolism.

It consists of 4 facades and 9 levels in each, with a central staircase on each front to reach the temple or upper platform, after ascending 91 steps on any of its 4 sides.

El Castillo, as it was called by the Spanish, was dedicated to Kukulkan, the main deity of the Mayan pantheon related to water and winds, equivalent to Quetzalcoatl, the most important god of the pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican civilizations.

2. Sacred Cenote

Body of water 60 meters in diameter and 13 meters deep, place of worship of Chaac, god of rain. It was a pilgrimage site from distant points, of material offerings and human sacrifices.

It has been dredged on 3 occasions and most of the extracted heritage is under INAH control.

3. Wall of Skulls

It was the altar (tzompantli) where the Mayans of Chichen Itza skewered the still bleeding heads of enemy warriors, who were sacrificed in honor of the gods.

The surface of the Chichen Itza tzompantli is neatly and impressively decorated with high reliefs of human skulls.

4. The Snail

It is a cylindrical tower built at the beginning of the 10th century that receives its name from a spiral staircase inside it.

It was the Chichén Itzá astronomical observatory where the Mayans marked the events that occurred throughout the year and time, such as the solstices and equinoxes, the zenith passages, the eclipses of the sun, the moon and the moments in which Venus is visible from Earth passing in front of the sun (Transit of Venus).

The ancient Mayans controlled 20 astronomical facts and events out of 29 that they knew and in El Caracol the marks they used to do so are still preserved.

5. The court for the ball game

The ball court that the Mayans built in Chichén Itzá measures 120 x 30 meters, being the largest that has been discovered in pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican cities.

The stone hoops through which the rubber ball had to be introduced, the players’ benches and the stands for the public, are preserved in magnificent condition. Several walls are decorated with bas-reliefs.

6. Temple of the Warriors

Imposing building of 4 bodies and 40 meters on each side on the eastern side of the main esplanade of Chichén Itzá.

At its entrance there is a sculpture of the Chac Mool type, which confirms the Toltec influence on the Mayan culture. The lintel of the main façade is supported by two large rattlesnakes.

Its resemblance to the temple of Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli in Tula is another evidence of the Toltec influence on Mayan architecture and religiosity.

7. Group of 1000 columns

Visitors to Chichen Itza like to walk through the regal colonnade to take pictures in this architectural complex, which surrounds the Temple of the Warriors.

It is not yet clear if the columns were a structure belonging to the Temple of the Warriors or an independent temple.

8. House of the Nuns

The Spanish conquistadors named this house that way because of the number of rooms that reminded them of a convent. The nuns came to the New World with the Spanish and Christianity.

The building that could have been the residence of a political or religious figure shows Puuc and Mayan-Tolteco architectural styles. It is richly ornamented with Puuc-style murals and mosaics.

9. Temple of the Bearded Man

It was the first building in the archaeological city in which the Mayan architects used the slope technique. It is on the north side of the ballcourt and is named after a mysterious bearded character found in a row of images.

Its visitors are received by Kukulkan on a jaguar throne guarded by a group of 7 warriors, after accessing a wide and steep staircase.

10. Red House

The Casa Colorada is 100 meters from the Pyramid of Kukulkan between the House of the Nuns and the Ossuary or Tomb of the Great Priest. It was made in the Puuc style with masonry blocks and it is believed that it was part of a residential complex associated with the ossuary.

Its name is due to traces of red paint found on the interior friezes of its main hall when it was discovered.

11. House of the Deer

It is located on an esplanade to the south of the ossuary and took its name from a painting, now missing, of a deer on the interior stucco. It is partially demolished, with only one of its rooms remaining complete.

12. Tomb of the High Priest

The Tomb of the High Priest resembles the Pyramid of Kukulkan on a smaller scale. It is 10 meters high with 9-section facades and friezes with decorative reliefs, including men dressed in masks and bird feathers apparently doing a ritual dance.

It is not known if the also known as the Ossuary was a small model that served as a guide to build the Temple of Kukulkan or if it was erected after El Castillo.

13. Temple of the Boards

On a smaller scale it is similar to the Temple of the Warriors, which is why it is believed to have been a social and religious place reserved for Mayan warriors. It is decorated with carved panels showing ceremonial and everyday scenes from the life of this civilization.

Location of Chichen Itza

The Mayan city is in the municipality of Tinum, 31 km southwest of the municipal seat also called Tinum, in the center of the state of Yucatan. The municipality is surrounded by the Yucatecan municipal entities of Dzitás (north), Chankon (south), Kaua (southeast), Uayma (east) and Yaxcabá (west).

The capital of Yucatán, Mérida, is 123 km northwest of the archaeological site. The distances between Chichen Itza and other Yucatecan cities are: Valladolid (42 km), Tizimín (96 km), Kanasín (119 km) and Progreso (161 km).

Other cities in border states close to Chichen Itza are Playa del Carmen and Cancun (Quintana Roo, 185 km and 202 km, respectively) and San Francisco de Campeche (Campeche, 296 km).

Brief history of Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza was founded by the Itza during the 5th century. It reached its peak in the last quarter of the 10th century when it was the main ceremonial, economic, and political center of that part of the Yucatan peninsula.

At the end of the 10th century and among the main cities, the so-called League of Mayapán was formed, including Chichén Itzá, Uxmal and Mayapán, but these came into conflict and the Itza were losers, so at the end of the 12th century they had to flee to the region. of the Peten.

When the Spaniards arrived at the place in the 16th century, the city was uninhabited, although it was still used as a center of pilgrimage.

Chichén Itzá was located in the middle of the 19th century on the grounds of a hacienda owned by Juan Sosa. This was acquired in 1894 by the researcher Edward Herbert Thompson, who carried out explorations and studies at the site.

After Thompson’s death, the archaeological site passed into the hands of the Mexican government, being administered by the National Institute of Anthropology and History.

Chichen Itza was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 and in 2007, the Pyramid of Kukulkan was included in the list of the “New Seven Wonders of the Modern World.”

Below is a video about his story:

Chichen Itza at night

Archaeological sites are closed at night, but not Chichen Itza, home to a fantastic night show.

Daytime entrance to the site does not entitle you to witness the sound and light event at night, unless it is included in a tour package.

The show begins at 8 pm with a 45-minute tour of the illuminated buildings that includes the Great Esplanade and the Pyramid of Kukulkan, the Temple of the Throne of the Jaguar, the court for the Ball Game, the Tzompantli or Platform of the Skulls. , the Platform of the Eagles and the Jaguars and the Platform of Venus.

Then there is an impressive 25-minute audio-luminous show on the Temple of Kukulkan, with readings of some passages from the Popol Vuh, the Mayan sacred book referring to the origin of man and other topics according to the mythological vision of this Mesoamerican civilization.

How much does the tour to Chichen Itza cost?

It depends where you are. For example, the Cancun-Chichén Itzá one-day excursion organized by tripadvisor, has prices from 64.5 USD and lasts 12 hours.

The tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off in Cancun and includes a 50-minute stop for a swim in the beautiful Ik Kil cenote and a tour of the archaeological city with a certified guide.

What is the importance of Chichen Itza?

Chichen Itza is very important for many reasons.

The Pyramid of Kukulkan was built taking into account precise astronomical references, to achieve the games of lighting and shading during the equinoxes and solstices. At this last moment of the year, two facades of the temple are fully illuminated and 2 completely dark.

The structural dimensions of the temple were conceived taking into consideration the duration of the solar year and the pyramid also has some surprising acoustic attributes.

The building called “El Caracol” was an astronomical observatory where the Mayans marked up to twenty astronomical events, including equinoxes, solstices, zenith passages, transits of Venus and eclipses.

The ball court at Chichen Itza is the most impressive discovered to date in Mesoamerica. The measures of the set are 168 x 70 meters, with a court that preserves the stone hoops, the stands for the public and the players’ benches.

In other buildings of Chichén Itzá there are artistic and constructive manifestations, which enhance the enormous heritage importance of this archaeological city.

Distance from Cancun to Chichen Itza

The archaeological site is 202 km from the tourist city of Quintana Roo on the Cancun – Kantunil Federal Highway.

How to get to Chichen Itza from Playa del Carmen

The distance between the main city of the Riviera Maya and the archaeological site is 185 km. The drive west on Mexico Federal Highway 180D takes just over 2 hours.

Another option to go from Playa del Carmen to Chichen Itza is to take an ADO bus in a trip of 3 hours and a fraction.

Also read our guide on the 20 best things to do and see in Playa del Carmen

Accommodation near Chichen Itza

Near Chichen Itza there are comfortable hotels where you can stay comfortably to get to know the vast archaeological city, as well as nearby attractions such as cenotes and the colonial city of Valladolid.

Hotel & Bungalows Mayaland

Hotel near the archaeological zone considered as a hidden jewel in the jungle, which offers easy access to the archaeological site. It stands out for its comfort, attention and delicious Yucatecan cuisine.

The House of the Moons

Cozy hotel with a swimming pool and well-equipped rooms just 2 km from the entrance to the archaeological zone.

Hacienda Chichen

Hotel with a country atmosphere in the Hotel Zone of Chichen Itzá at km 120 of the Mérida – Puerto Juárez Highway. It has a small refuge for regional birds and all the charm of rural Yucatecan flavors is felt in its food.

The Lodge at Chichen Itza

It is located on Avenida Principal 2, very close to the archaeological zone. It is a nice and cozy hotel that is distinguished by its landscapes, tranquility, cleanliness, comfort, level of services and the excellence of its Yucatecan regional cuisine.

Hotel Doralba Inn Chichen

It is at km 122 of the highway between Mérida and Cancún, a few minutes from the archaeological city. The rate includes breakfast with tasty homemade bread.

Its convenient location and price, which is one of the most favorable in the archaeological zone, keep it busy with travelers who spend the night to see the fascinating nightly light and sound show.

Other accommodations close to the archaeological zone are Hotel Oka’an and Hotel Chichén Itzá.

Valladolid is a city close to the site with also some good places to stay, such as Hotel Quinta Marciala, Hotel Candelaria, Hotel María Guadalupe, Le Muuch Hotel, Hotel San Clemente, Hotel Palacio Cantón, Ecotel Quinta Regia and El Mesón del Marqués.

What to eat in Chichen Itza?

The best restaurants near Chichen Itza offer the most emblematic dishes of Yucatecan cuisine, such as cochinita pibil, panuchos yucatecos, papadzules, salbutes, motuleños eggs, stuffed cheese, lime soup and sweet papaya, as well as traditional Mexican cuisine. and international gastronomy.

In the following restaurants you can refresh yourself with your favorite drink and recharge calories after a day of sweating among archaeological monuments.

The mestizas

Specialized in Yucatecan food that stands out for its abundant portions and its price / quality ratio.

Its clients recommend the cochinita pibil, the panuchos, the guacamole, the lime soup and the ziricote candy.


It works in local 7 of the Tourist Parador of Chichén Itzá. It serves dishes of Mexican and international cuisine. They hook customers with their Margarita Oxtun drink and their craft beers, as well as for their tasty dishes with cochinita and pibil chicken, dogfish bread, quesadillas, panuchos and guacamole.

Mayan people

It works in a large palapa on Calle 15, 48-B, in Piste. It serves a buffet headed by the cochinita pibil, the gastronomic symbol of Yucatan, complemented by other regional, Mexican and international dishes.

They offer a typical show and have a small pool to entertain children and an area with hammocks.

Other good places to eat near Chichén Itzá are the restaurant at Hotel & Bungalows Mayaland, Pollería Los Pajaros, Restaurante Hacienda Xaybe´h, Lonchería Fabiola and the restaurant at Hotel Okaan.

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