Tulum Archaeological Site, Tulum

4.4
#1 of 669 in Historic Sites in Mexico
Must see · Ruin · Tourist Spot
Discover a coastal paradise and a pre-Columbian culture at Tulum Archaeological Site, commanding the views over a pristine beach lapped by turquoise waters. On the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, these ruins mark the spot of a former walled city that served as an important port, one of the last built by the powerful Maya. The city thrived between the 13th and 15th centuries, managing to survive for several decades after the arrival of Spanish conquistadores. Abandoned after European diseases caused high fatalities among the Maya, the city's remains now serve as a major tourist attraction. Avoid the big tour groups and explore the site in relative peace by visiting early in the morning. Take the guesswork out of planning a Tulum vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • The site is really cool to see. You need to be prepared for the serious harassment when you try to park. Guys will be yelling at you to stop and jump in front of your car. You don’t have to stop. If.....  more »
  • ¡Always good to make a visit to this amazing and magical place of Tulum, lot of history to discover, great walking experience!  more »
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