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Zona Arqueologica El Rey

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Zona Arqueologica El Rey

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Dive into Yucatan’s cultural heritage on this full-day tour from Cancún or the Riviera Maya, calling at Chichén Itzá (admission not included), the Ik Kil cenote, and Valladolid. Benefit from the historical knowledge of your guide as you explore the Maya ruins and colonial city, then cool off with a swim in the cenote’s fresh waters. Avoid hidden costs with transfers and a buffet lunch included in the price.
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We visited here what seems like a lifetime ago in March, before the current COVID-19 pandemic. El Rey is located right in the middle of the Hotel Zone in Cancun. While it is not the most famous or largest Mayan ruins, it is certainly the easiest to visit. In the Mayan
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Small site of ruins. Federally run so it only takes $55 pesos. Little english translation but you get the idea. If you are not far, it is a nice short change from the beach. Hats a great idea. Took the R1 or R2 bus for $1 US.
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Nice archaeological site with a few uncovered remains of the Mayan Civilization. It's one of the few still standing trading post along the coastline of Yucatan, for which I would recommend very much a visit. It's close to Playa Delfines in the hotel zone of Cancun, so, if you're
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Visited El Rey on a cloudy, windy day in February. Have been to Chichen Itza & Coba & knew that this was tiny but it was worth seeing. Not a large site but quite a few large iguanas........After visit, walked to Mayan Museum further up hotel zone. Modern good exhibits & well
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This is an archeological site next to the Mayan Culture Museum in the hotel zone of Cancún. An easy bus ride on R1 or R2 from nearly anywhere around the area. Information is provided in Spanish and some in English. It is a great place to visit with the jungle canopy to
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