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Calle 50 210B Parque Sisal, Valladolid 97784 Mexico
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All-Inclusive Chichen Itza, Valladolid with Cenote Swim & Mexican Buffet

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Chichen Itza is an ancient Maya city in Mexico that was abandoned in the 15th century. Now a UNESCO World Heritage-listed archaeological park, its intact temples, and famous stepped pyramids may be explored during this comprehensive guided tour, which tops off fun-filled history lessons with a visit to the colonial town of Valladolid and a swim in a sacred limestone waterhole. A savory buffet lunch is also included.
$64.00 per adult
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AstralTravel wrote a review Sep 2020
Playa del Carmen, México506 contributions85 helpful votes
This is a very historic place in a nice square of town. You could take great pictures and actually learn about the usage of the building with some plaques that have information. During the night, they have a short mapping lights show with a story about how they built the convent and whats happened with it until the present day. It is very nice! PS. Take mosquito repellant with you, even during the daytime. You'll thank me.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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301lisa33 wrote a review Jul 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom1,353 contributions253 helpful votes
This church and convent complex is historically important. Displays some interesting architecture and features. We only viewed from the outside but still of interest
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Date of experience: November 2019
BrittanyAdventures wrote a review Apr 2020
Winnipeg, Canada3,181 contributions413 helpful votes
I visited the Convent de San Bernardino in Valladolid on February 29, 2020. It was an interesting place to explore with nice architecture and a lot of history, located at the end of the beautiful and historic Calzada de los Frailes. The entrance fee to the convent was around 40 pesos (can't remember exactly). I visited during an afternoon in Valladolid and enjoyed wandering the pastel pink painted hallways and discovering hidden stairways. There was a courtyard in the centre of the convent. Behind the building, there was a beautiful garden area with a cenote (you can't see into it as there is a structure built over-top) which has an interesting history. There was a small museum in the convent with artifacts which have been recovered from inside the cenote which was cool to learn about. It was very quiet in the convent during my visit and there were only a few other people. I really enjoyed exploring the building and taking photos. Every evening at 9:20 PM (English), they have a video mapping light show projected onto the front of the convent which explains the history of Valladolid using colourful displays! They also have a Spanish show at 9 PM. It was pretty cool to watch!
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Date of experience: February 2020
reevopath wrote a review Mar 2020
Altea, Spain27 contributions14 helpful votes
Don't miss this free light show. It's starts promptly at 21.00 . The convent was closed so we could not see inside. But the building and surround are beautiful
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Date of experience: March 2020
Debra b wrote a review Mar 2020
Merida, Mexico44 contributions11 helpful votes
Its a video proyección in the convent that start ar 9 p.m. in spanish and at 9:30pm in english everynight that tells a short story of valladolid.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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