Where to go at Ticul
The Tourist Guide of Ticul
Ticul is found in the state of Yucatán, it is land of origin, diversity and color; famous for its Mayan ruins, among which are Chichén Itzá that has an enormous pyramid, a ball field and stone temples; Other Mayan archaeological zones are Ek Balam recognized because its sculptures are well preserved and Uxmal for its complex carved facades. Its capital Merida has a great colonial history that is reflected in its buildings such as its cathedral, which dates from the 16th century. Live your vacations to the fullest enjoying its great tourist places and its succulent gastronomy such as cochinita pibil, lime soup, panuchos, among others. If events are involved, attend the Yucatan Xmatkuil Fair. And book online with the best prices and choose the Hotel of your preference.
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Archaeological Site Kabah
Keeping its prehispanic name, this area is mentioned in the Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Considered an important political center within the development of the Puuc region, it stands out for its strategic location since it was a place of confluence of activities in the region. For being very extensive consider the following buildings in your visit to this place to visit since they are the most outstanding: Triumphal Arch, Great Pyramid, Palace Group and Codz Poop.
Archaeological Zone Labna
The name of this place to visit in the Mayan language means "old or abandoned house" and is located in the Puuc region, and this settlement probably depended on some regional capital. Its extension is not very extensive, but highlights its arch due to its perfection and ornamentation. The Palace also stands out, where the temple of columns stands out. Each of the buildings has a plaque with information about it.