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avenue tulum

dont get this confused with the city of tulum 2 hours away south..this is the avenue where the huge... read more

Reviewed January 16, 2018
itala333
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quintana roo
Lots of very good shops

This is not in Tulum and it is not the ruins of Tulum. This is a main artery in downtown Cancun and... read more

Reviewed August 5, 2017
James H
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Arnold, Maryland
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“avenue tulum”
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“Authentic Cancún”
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Reviewed June 29, 2018

Take the #1 bus from the touristy Hotel Zone into the commercial street of downtown Cancún where locals do their grocery and shoe shopping.

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed January 16, 2018

dont get this confused with the city of tulum 2 hours away south..this is the avenue where the huge mall of the Americas is and ibis hotel and many other hotels are on plus hospetals stores this is a very busy little street that goes...More

Date of experience: January 2018
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Reviewed August 5, 2017

This is not in Tulum and it is not the ruins of Tulum. This is a main artery in downtown Cancun and it is full of shops and homes and well worth a walk. This is working and living Cancun as opposed to the Hotel...More

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank James H
Reviewed July 6, 2017

This street can get crowded at times by lot of traffic, it has many restaurants and lots of inexpensive food choices, you will enjoy walking around here specially close to the bus station, lots of amt machines, cheap taquerias, nice people, worth just to walk...More

Date of experience: July 2017
1  Thank bryanmantezoni
Reviewed March 17, 2017

People are very cordial and funny. Should visit this place. Street food is best. Along wth the Mayan history and Beach you cannot think of anything else for the time you spend here.

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed November 17, 2016

We were walking back and forth for miles along the Avenida Tulum and never have expierenced any trouble.

Date of experience: November 2016
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Reviewed November 1, 2016

Got there after a visit to Coba and Grand Cenote, so it was about 5pm. They charged us $220 pesos, while the regular charge was $65 pesos. When we asked why, they said because we would get the sunset view. What? So we went all...More

Date of experience: October 2016
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Reviewed August 28, 2016

Very interesting, tour guide knowledgeable.Tulum ruins fabulous. Need sunhat - no breeze so very, very hot

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed August 8, 2016

2 hour bus trip from hotel. Very nice air conditioned bus good tour guide. Went to Chichen Itza last time we were in the area so had to do Tulum. Very hot day about 115 degrees. There is however quite a bit of shade around...More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank Sandygray1
Reviewed March 28, 2016 via mobile

Tulum avenue is one of the main streets in downtown Cancun. It is NOT a Mayan ruin. It is a very busy street. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and hotels. Make sure that you pay attention when crossing the road. Go to the cross...More

Date of experience: March 2016
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fletch78
Vancouver Island, Canada
travel Cancun airport to ADO Avenida Tulum station (3 Replies)
The Cancun airport advertises a bus going directly from the airport to the ADO Downtown station, which I think would be the one on Avenida Tulum, where we can get a bus going to Merida. My email to them bounced. Has anyone used this service lately? Last time there our overnight hotel driver did not show, which meant a pricey taxi to our hotel in the same area as the bus station and we think this time we will just keep on going to Merida if possible. Any other suggestions?
October 11, 2012|
Response fromfletch78|
that would be even better - I will check it out - thanks!
Graham H
Cancun, Mexico
Cheap Golf Balls (0 Replies)
Hi there, as any golfer that has played at a Cancun course will testify, green fees thru accessories will leave you a rather empty in the pocket. To help, there is a recently opened outlet called Tenis Park (no typo) and it can be located at the rear of the Plaza Las Americas in downtown Cancun on Avenida Tulum. It is not part of the mall, but simply a stretch over the busy 8 lanes of traffic (there is a footbridge if you are feeling cautious) They sell bags of 20 varied but good quality...More
March 05, 2017|
RobertSDF
Cozumel, Mexico
El Crucero (11 Replies)
Interesting reading from Merida Yucatan Bulletin about El Crucero, a shopping area very near the center of downtown Cancun. It shows why you really need to know the town if you choose to walk around on your own. I was in the area years ago before I knew the dangers.""CANCUN'S 'EL "CRUCERO'...A WAR ZONE. The wave of killings continues in Cancun, with two dismembered bodies found early this morning. There have now been 113 homicides in Cancun so far this year - with nine deaths last...More
April 07, 2018|
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Akumul Bay been affected? We were thinking of swimming with the turtles but if it is going to be a hassle then we probably won't. The fake guides were enough of a nuisance the last time I was there trying to tell me where we can and can't swim without a guide. Blew right by them and did what we wanted to!!